Parking lots 20A and 20C will be temporarily closed as students work to prepare the area for the time-honored tradition.
Until further notice, Cougar Line buses on the PGH-ERP and Student Center-ERP routes will be rerouted as a result of construction in the area.
DoubleMap will now power Cougar Trax, the real-time GPS tracking system designed to show riders when the next bus will be at a specific shuttle stop.
Portions of 8A and 9B will be inaccessible starting Sunday, Dec. 4, as work to convert the areas from gravel to asphalt begins.
More than 300 spaces in student parking lot 12B will be permanently closed before the end of the fall semester to allow construction of UH Football's new indoor practice facility to commence.
From Monday, Nov. 7 until Monday, Dec. 26, UH faculty, staff and students will be eligible to receive a free 20 ounce drink at Your Pie with the purchase of a pizza, panini or entree salad.
To avoid anticipated campus congestion during home football games, faculty, staff and students are encouraged to ride the METRORail for free, instead of driving to and parking on campus.
While enjoying free watermelon slices, many Coogs shared their personal parking and transportation advice at Parking and Transportation's back-to-school bash.
Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to attend TPAC's monthly meetings to share feedback, thoughts and more about Parking and Transportation at UH.
Students are encouraged to attend the back-to-school bash that will include information on commuter discounts, sustainable transportation and campus initiatives.
Parking and mobility on campus will be directly affected as UH welcomes thousands of fans to campus for six home football games this season. Impacts will be especially heavy during the weeknight games scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 29 and Thursday, Nov. 17.
Individuals planning to pay cash for visitor parking on campus will have to look to the garages, as all metered spaces now accept only credit cards.
Effective Monday, Aug. 15, the Cougar Line shuttle service will be undergoing some big changes, including the addition of three new routes.
Most residents are scheduled to move in Wednesday, Aug. 17, through Saturday, Aug. 20. Although mobility control officials will be out directing traffic, congestion is possible from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on all four days along Spur 5, Entrance 1/University Drive, Cougar Village Drive (formerly known as Campus Loop Road), Cullen Boulevard from Cougar Place Drive to Wheeler, and Cougar Place Drive in front of Cougar Place.