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HUB, East, Nittany Parking Decks To Extend Fee Hours To 24/7

So much for free parking at the HUB on Saturdays!

The HUB, East, and Nittany parking decks are extending their fee hours to 24 hours a day, seven days a week, effective July 1.

Visitors parking at these decks can now expect to pay the $1/hour fee at all times. The change affects non-permitted visitors only, so if you have a valid campus student or faculty/staff parking permit, you’ll still be able to park in these decks for free on evenings and weekends as long as you scan your permit.

Free parking will still be available to visitors in Red A, Orange, and Commuter lots on weekdays after 5 p.m. and most weekends when there aren’t special events. If you’re a frequent visitor to campus, you can also purchase an evening/weekend permit from the Parking Office in Eisenhower Parking Deck for $6 per month.

The Parking Office plans to announce additional changes to visitor access at some faculty/staff parking areas over the summer.

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