As the UNO campus enters August, there are changes that you should know about permits, shuttles, as well as campus construction:
- UNO Parking and Transit has released details regarding 2021-2022 permits. Permits are on sale as of Aug. 1 and will begin being enforced Aug. 23.
- Beginning on Monday. Aug. 23, there will be designated commuter student; resident student; and faculty/staff lots that will require valid permits at designated posted times.
All 2020-2021 permits are no longer valid as of Saturday, July 31. Valid permits are required to park on the UNO campus, Monday through Friday, 7 A.M. to 7 P.M., effective Monday, Aug. 23.
- There will be open parking Aug. 1-22. Areas excluded: Reserved, ADA, motorcycle, visitor, carpool, electric vehicle charging spaces, pay-to-park timed lots (Lots A, C and the seven (7) designated stalls in Lot M), drive aisles and fire lanes.
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Other Parking Updates
East Parking Garage – the top level will be closed through Aug. 12.
Lots D and E will be reserved for CEC events as required.
Restrictions for parking in reserved or handicap stalls (unless displaying a valid A.D.A. Permit), visitor stalls, EV Charging stalls, motorcycle areas, carpool stalls, compact stalls, drive aisles and fire lanes will continue to be enforced.
Loading zone time limit will be enforced.
A Scott Crossing to Criss Library shuttle (Orange Route) will operate on a limited basis from 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. until the beginning of the Fall 2021 semester.
A VIP-ADA shuttle service will continue to operate. Scheduled with Accessibility Services.
- Remember that masks are required while riding campus shuttles, even if you are fully vaccinated.
Need a shuttle that connects the UNO, UNMC, and UNL campuses? The College of Engineering Shuttle is operational through the summer.
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