Penn State Shares Spring Updates For On-Campus Parking
Penn State Transportation Services shared a few parking changes affecting the East Decks and Innovation Park and a few helpful reminders regarding access to parking for students and faculty permit holders.
Innovation Park Changes – Effective Immediately
Parking areas at the following locations at Innovation Park will no longer be valid for those with Penn State parking permits. Visitor parking will only be permitted in the designated visitor spaces.
- 310 Building328 Washington Building329 Malcom Building330 Building331 Building
Penn State or private employees who park in these areas and wish to maintain a parking permit can keep their current permit or contact their department parking chair if they wish to switch to a different permit.
The updated Innovation Park interactive map can be found here.
East Deck Rate Change – Effective March 1
Vehicles without a valid permit for East Deck parking will be subject to the $1 per hour rate upon entry to match existing rates at other campus parking decks.
Parking Reminders For Permit Holders
- Check to make sure vehicle information associated with a permit is correct and up to date.
- Permit holders may add a new vehicle, remove a vehicle, or change the vehicle information for a license plate already registered with their permit by logging into the online parking portal.
- Vehicles parked on campus and displaying a valid permit that’s not registered for use with that permit are subject to ticketing.
- The new Penn State id+ card is now the backup credential to access the parking decks.
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