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Penn State To Implement Parking & Traffic Changes For Fall Departure

Penn State will implement parking, traffic, and transit changes from Friday, November 20 to Sunday, November 22 to ease fall departures, the university announced Monday.

Faculty and staff who are permit holders in lots Brown E, Green C, or Green N must park at Nittany Parking Deck, Eisenhower Parking Deck, Jordan East, or Stadium West. Any faculty and staff with a permit in the Orange B lot near the softball field must park at any other Orange lot, Jordan East, or Stadium West.

Permit holders in lots Yellow J and Yellow T must park at Eisenhower Deck, Jordan East, or Stadium West. Brown E permit holders must park at Nittany Deck, Eisenhower Deck, Jordan East, or Stadium West.

Fraser Road will be restricted to northbound traffic only. The only entrance is from Pollock Road, and the only exit is to Curtin Road.

Due to heavy traffic and on-vehicle loading on Burrowes Road, CATA stops at Deike Building, Waring Commons, Rec Hall, Westgate Building, and Elliott Building (Red Link, Green Link, HM, HU, K, and P routes) will be closed. Campus Shuttle stops will also be closed at Rec Hall, Westgate Building, Reber Building, and Elliott Building (via College Avenue and via Beaver Avenue routes).

The ground level of East Parking Deck will also only be available for student departure.

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