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Traffic & Parking Adjustments To Know For Spring 2021 Move-Out

Changes to transit, parking, and traffic around Penn State’s campus for students’ departure will be in place between Wednesday, May 5, and Sunday, May 9, the university announced.

Several Penn State parking lots will be closed unit Sunday due to vehicle loading. University department vehicles cannot be parked in these areas either for the remainder of the week.

The parking lots available for vehicle loading are Brown E, Green C, and Green N, Orange B (Softball), Yellow J, Yellow T, and East Deck’s ground level. Those with parking permits in these areas are required to park in designated alternative lots.

Alternatives for Brown E, Green C, and Green N are Nittany Deck, Eisenhower Deck, Jordan East, or Stadium West. The parking alternatives for Orange B (Softball) are any other Orange lot, Jordan East, or Stadium West. Yellow J and Yellow T’s alternatives are Eisenhower Deck, Jordan East, Or Stadium West.

As for traffic changes, Fraser Road will allow traffic only northbound. An exit to Curtin Road will be available since the entrance from Pollock Road and the bollards will be taken away.

The east side of Burrowes Road between Pollock Road and Curtin Road will also allow for vehicle loading. It’s recommended that drivers avoid this road.

Despite two-way traffic still being in effect, CATA and Campus Shuttle services will not be available on Burrowes Road during this time.

The affected CATA stops are at the Deike Building, Waring Commons, Rec Hall, Westgate Building, and Elliot Building. The routes impacted are the Red Link, Green Link, HM, HU, K, and P.

Campus Shuttle via College Avenue’s stops at Reber Building, Westgate Building, and Rec Hall will also be affected during this time.

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