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Penn State To Implement Memorial Day Parking Changes

Penn State Transportation Services will implement modified hours this Memorial Day. These adjusted hours of operation will be in effect on Monday, May 31.

These changes include the following:

  • The Transportation Services Office will be closed.
  • Fleet Operations will be closed, with no fleet vehicle pickup available.
  • There will be no CATA community or campus service. CATA’s reduced service schedule will resume on Tuesday, June 1.
  • There will be no Campus Shuttle service.

Students and employees in State College who own a parking permit will be able to park in areas that are usually available only during the weekend and evening hours. Overnight restrictions will continue to be in effect from 2 to 4 a.m. in commuter lots.

Visitor parking will be available at the East, HUB, Nittany and West decks for $1 an hour.

For more information, email [email protected] or call (814) 865-1436.

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Charles Reinert is a senior majoring in broadcast journalism. He hails from Norristown, Pennsylvania and is an avid Philadelphia sports fan. He loves playing his guitar, the color blue, and Tetris. If you feel the need to give him any positive or negative feedback, you can follow him on Twitter @charles_rein10 or email him at [email protected]

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