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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 […]


Chiller Plant Project on 1500 East

Chiller Plant Project on 1500 East Beginning June 1, construction crews will excavate the road along 1500 East to South Campus Drive. Motorists, including Campus Store customers and Marriott Library visitors, will notice the following impacts during the next four weeks: 1500 East will be closed for the duration of the construction project. Traffic will […]


Parking Options for Part-Time Telecommuters

Parking Options for Part-Time Telecommuters In response to the increase of students, faculty and staff telecommuting part-time during the semester, Commuter Services is offering a variety of alternatives to annual parking permits. We encourage individuals who will be telecommuting part-time to consider several factors when deciding whether to purchase a long-term parking permit; how often […]


Bike Month 2021

Bike Month 2021 We’re celebrating May Bike Month with the Sustainability Office and other campus partners. Since the U is a certified GOLD Bicycle Friendly University by the League of American Bicyclists, we’re inviting our fellow cyclists to participate in these events and giveaways.    BIKE TO U DAY Wednesday, May 19 is Bike to U […]


Roadwork on Mario Capecchi Dr. & Wasatch Dr.

Roadwork on Mario Capecchi Dr. & Wasatch Dr. The stormwater systems located south of Mario Capecchi Drive and Wasatch Drive will be under construction for three weeks, beginning May 17. The necessary road and sidewalk closures will impact motorists, pedestrians, bicyclists and Wasatch Express passengers traveling through this area on campus.   MARIO CAPPECHI The […]


Download the TransLoc App

Download the TransLoc App Beginning May 10, students, faculty and staff can request a Safe Ride or a Hospital On-Demand ride through the TransLoc app. In the near future, users will also be able to use this app to track all Campus Shuttle routes live. Our goal is to simplify and enhance our commuters’ experience […]


Convocation Ceremonies: Transportation Impacts

convocation ceremonies: Transportation Impacts Graduation is a time to celebrate — not a time to worry about where to park your car, motorcycle, or bicycle on campus. Convocation attendees can save time and avoid stress by familiarizing themselves with the transportation impacts that will take place from May 6-8. Additionally, guests and graduates can find […]