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Penn State Announces Move-In Parking Adjustments

Penn State will implement a number of parking adjustments in the coming weeks as students return to campus ahead of the fall semester, the university announced Tuesday.

The university will close a number of parking lots, including Lot 22, Lot 42, Lot 81, and Lot 82, and use the areas for unloading vehicles. Student permit holders whose cars are located in these lots must move their vehicles to Jordan East or Stadium West from Monday, August 17 to Sunday, August 23.

Permit holders in Lot 82 (East Halls) can move their vehicles back starting at 6 p.m. on Saturday, August 22. Permit holders in Lots 22, 42, and 81 (Eastview Terrace, Nittany Apartments, South, Pollock Halls, respectively) can begin moving their vehicles back at 4 p.m. on Sunday, August 23.

Permit holders in the following faculty and staff parking lots must park in the following lots August 17-23 to allow for unloading:

  • Brown E: Must park at Nittany Deck, Eisenhower Deck, Jordan East, or Stadium West
  • Green C: Must park at Nittany Deck, Eisenhower Deck, Jordan East, or Stadium West
  • Green J: Must park at Nittany Deck, Eisenhower Deck, Jordan East, or Stadium West
  • Green N: Must park at Nittany Deck, Eisenhower Deck, Jordan East, or Stadium West
  • Orange B (Softball): Must park at other Orange lots (except Orange A Katz), Jordan East or Stadium West
  • Yellow H (IM Building): Must park at other Yellow H lots, Jordan East or Stadium West
  • Yellow J: Must park at Eisenhower Deck, Jordan East or Stadium West
  • Yellow T: Must park at Eisenhower Deck, Jordan East or Stadium West

Burrowes Road will allow southbound traffic only between Curtin Road and Pollock Road 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. from August 17 to 22 every day.

The East and HUB parking decks will face some adjustments as well.

Yellow D (East Deck)

  • Level 1 and the west side of level 2 will be reserved for student arrival unloading only
  • With heavy traffic expected near East Deck, there may be times when the section of Bigler Road located between Curtin Road and Park Avenue is restricted to northbound traffic only
  • Yellow D permit holders are encouraged to park at Jordan East or Stadium West
  • Hourly visitor parking will be limited

Yellow C (HUB Deck)

  • Sections of parking located below the plaza level entrance will be reserved for student arrival unloading only
  • Eisenhower Deck, Jordan East and Stadium West will be available to Yellow C permit holders in the event the deck reaches capacity
  • Hourly visitor parking will be limited

Families are advised to stick to car and foot traffic, as the suspension of the Blue and White Loops begins August 22.

Additionally, off-campus residents should note the traffic changes implemented throughout the borough for apartment move-in.

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