With the popularity of the new Volunteer Boulevard Garage which opened last month, Parking and Transit Services wants to let you know about alternative and less-used parking options you can use if the garage is full. You can check on the occupancy of the Volunteer Boulevard Garage (G-16) by clicking the Parking icon within the
The first home game of the 2016 football season is Thursday. As the season begins, keep in mind a few things about football parking.
With another academic year beginning, Parking and Transit Services has made some changes to help accommodate student, faculty, and staff parking needs and make navigating campus construction easier.
Staff parking permits for 2016-17 are available to purchase online using payroll deduction or a credit card.
Parking near Cumberland Avenue will become a little easier starting in 2018 thanks to a new parking agreement between UT and the City of Knoxville. The university will break ground in June on a new garage on Lake Avenue, which will open as the city’s Cumberland Avenue Corridor Project is completed.
It’s time for another edition of Commuter Corner! If you are an off-campus or commuter student, take a moment to fill out the commuter survey here. Your answers will help Off-Campus and Commuter Services be an advocate for you and better serve your needs.
UT Parking and Transit Services has made some changes to parking to help accommodate student, faculty, and staff needs and to help make navigating around campus construction easier.
Staff and faculty will receive an email on Monday, July 13, with instructions to renew their parking permit online.
Campus community members and visitors will notice changes in parking, with new areas opening and others closing to make way for construction projects, and a new look for the university’s Parking and Transit Services Office.
UT Knoxville has made plans to welcome more than 20,000 fans for the popular jam band Phish, who will perform at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 10, in Thompson Boling Arena. The sold-out concert will bring more than 20,000 guests to campus, affecting traffic and parking.