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Construction Impacts Overview of Policy Changes Shuttle Changes Enforcement Faculty/Staff Changes Visitor & Event Parking Changes Resident Student Changes.

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2 Construction Impacts Overview of Policy Changes Shuttle Changes Enforcement Faculty/Staff Changes Visitor & Event Parking Changes Resident Student Changes Commuter Student Changes Q&A

3 Lot Closures – (857) Lot 9 Union/Burdick (183) – Utility work, Road Reconfiguration Summer 2010 – Summer 2012 Lot 18 West Village (188) – Phase II Housing All but 50 spaces to be permanently lost as of June 2010 Lot 22 – West Village (188) – West Village Garage Entire lot to be closed June 2010, replaced by 1,500 space garage August 2011 Lot 20 – Towson Center (298) – Arena 50%+ of lot permanently lost January 2011 Road Impacts New entry at Towsontown Boulevard – will require temporary road re-alignment toward garage entrance Newell Ave – Lot 6a entrance may be relocated to University Ave

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5 Modify shuttle service Expanded Faculty/Staff Parking in Towsontown & Union Garage Use of county garages (400) to handle demand Auburn Drive to be converted to one way (north to south) to allow for parking (150) on weekdays Towson Center lots to be used for displaced residents from West Village

6 Eliminating Penn route due to lack of ridership Adjusting Cockeysville route to hourly service New routes County garages Rodgers Forge apartments – off Stevenson Additional service through new routes to: University Village Towson Center & other campus stops Modifying Gold & Safe Ride Weekday Service Times Ending Gold Route at 10 pm Starting Safe Ride Point to Point at 10 pm Considering modifications to weekend Gold route: Eliminate loop service and replace with: Tiger Taxi service – point to point with limited off campus service, 4 pm to 9 pm Safe Ride On Campus Point to Point – 9 pm to 6 am

7 Gold Route County Route Rogers Forge Route

8 Necessary service to help ensure a safe environment and availability of parking for permit holders Aggressive enforcement for violations Changes Non residents overnight parking will be restricted to the Towson Center Violators who accumulate 5 or more tickets (paid or not) will be subject to towing & other sanctions

9 Additional sections of Towsontown garage will be converted to Faculty/Staff parking All of the new section on level 2 ½ to ¾ of new section of level 3 11a outside of the Union Garage will remain as Faculty/Staff Parking Excess spaces that have been available in prior years will no longer be available. i.e. Do not plan on driving to an event at the Union or CLA, etc. during peak times.

10 Paid visitor parking will be at a premium Adding Department Code Only spaces in visitor areas. Assist your visitors/potential students/etc., provide them with a code Limited spaces (100 for campus) will be available during peak times for off campus event guests parking Peak Times - Monday – Thursday, 6 am to 5 pm Lot 24 at Administration building to be first area for event parking Towson Center to be back up for days with multiple events or larger groups If group is too large or there are other events previously scheduled, parking for your event may not be available. Off campus parking at County garages can be arranged for $5/vehicle.

11 No freshman (<30 credits) resident parking will be available on campus. If desired, students can contract directly with the county for a space. 30 permit spaces will be available in West Village. Assignment of spaces to be determined by URG Millennium Hall Residents without an MH permit No access to lot 18 spaces Eligible residents will be assigned to Towson Center lot 14 Eligible residents who could not get a permit for their preferred lot will be assigned to Towson Center lot 14. Residents assigned to Towson Center will be required to relocate their vehicles on Friday evenings prior to major events (ex. football)

12 Freshman (<30 credits) & Non Degree Students will be assigned to one of 2 county garages Chesapeake Garage – next to library Tolbert Garage – Ware Ave In unlikely event assigned garage is full, garage staff will redirect parkers to another county garage

13 2 Garages – 400 Spaces Total Chesapeake Garage (next to library) first to be sold Tolbert Garage – Ware Ave Weekday parking only No overnight parking Shuttle Service 7:30 am – 10:00 pm Pull ticket upon entry Show permit upon exit County Garage Permits valid in campus commuter areas after 3 pm on campus

14 Auburn Drive Will be converted to one way (north to south) Angled parking will be available on the inner loop - weekdays until 10 pm. No weekend or overnight parking Watch Posted Signs & Markings Vehicle Size Restrictions – no extended vehicles Resident permit restrictions Major Event Restrictions

15 Spaces Lost (Construction)= 850 Daily Empty- 350 Net Loss of Used Spaces= 500 Spaces Added County Garages = 400 Freshman Resident Restriction = 150 Auburn Drive = 150 Lot 14 Reconfiguration = 50 Total Added= 750 Surplus= 250 (Note: Does not include spaces gained from increased use of Shuttles and other TDM programs.)

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