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Football 2021 Transportation Impacts

Football 2021 Transportation Impacts As thousands of Ute fans return to the U for the highly anticipated 2021 football season, be aware of the transportation impacts that may affect your commute to the game. Fans traveling to the Rice-Eccles Stadium should prepare for traffic delays, limited parking and road closures. This season, most home games […]


TRAX Stadium Station Construction: August 4-22

TRAX Stadium Station Construction: August 4-22 UTA will replace the 20-year-old TRAX curve rails and concrete on 500 South (University Boulevard) and South Campus Drive. During construction, the westbound lanes on 500 south will be closed, and a TRAX Red Line bus bridge will be in service. Below are details to assist riders and drivers.   […]


Deseret News Marathon Road Closure on July 23

Deseret News Marathon Road Closure on July 23 The Deseret News 10K Marathon will begin at the Research Park on 500 South Wakara Way on July 23, 2021. As a result, 1300 East, 500 South and Sunnyside Avenue will be temporarily closed beginning 5:30 AM. Traffic is allowed to cross over the marathon route when possible.   […]


UDOT Needs Your Input

UDOT Needs Your Input The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is seeking public input on an active transportation planning effort from July 14 to August 28 to identify areas where non-motorized transportation paths, including biking lanes, trails, multi-use paths, crosswalks, and sidewalks are needed on state roads. How can I provide feedback? UDOT is currently […]


Garth Brooks Stadium Tour Concert: Transportation Impacts

Garth Brooks Stadium Tour Concert: Transportation Impacts The Rice-Eccles Stadium will host the Garth Brooks Stadium Tour on Saturday, July 17. As thousands of fans head over to Utah’s first major concert in 2021, expect traffic delays, road closures and limited parking. Guests attending this sold-out concert should prepare for the following transportation impacts:   […]


Permits

Fall 2021 Semester Permits Now Available

Fall 2021 Semester Permits Now Available Anyone who intends to park a vehicle on campus daily or regularly should consider purchasing a parking permit. Fall 2021 semester permits are now available to purchase and are valid until January 7, 2022.   Students who park a vehicle on campus daily or regularly should purchase a parking […]


Now Hiring

Now Hiring Commuter Services is now hiring several team members to support our campus community as the university transitions back to “normal” this fall. The open positions range from part-time entry-level jobs to full-time career opportunities. College students are encouraged to apply for our part-time positions, which offer higher-than-average wages or flexible schedules. On-campus jobs […]


Parking Lot Repairs and Closures

Parking Lot Repairs and Closures Several parking lots within the Fort Douglas area will undergo regular maintenance, including slurry seal application, repainting/striping, asphalt patch repairs and crack seal work repairs. The following lots will be closed for up to three days between the time frame of June 21 to July 3, 2021: Shoreline Lot (Lot 74) […]


100 South Reconstruction Project

100 South Reconstruction Project 900 East to University Street: Due to the failing pavement conditions on 100 South, 900 East to University Street will be reconstructed beginning June 14, 2021, through October 2021. Motorists can expect minor delays as this work will require single-lane closures. Additionally, pedestrians and cyclists traveling through the area should be aware that […]


Introducing MobilePay

Introducing MobilePay As the telecommuting trend continues into the next semester, several students and employees may decide they no longer need a semester or annual parking permit. Commuter Services offers a variety of short-term parking options for part-time telecommuters. One option, kiosk lots, are an affordable parking alternative for anyone visiting campus occasionally rather than […]