- Beginning Tuesday, May 21, the Mallinckrodt bus plaza will close for repairs, as part of a larger construction project on the stretch of road from the bus plaza to Hillman Hall. The estimated completion date is August 15.
- During this project, the bus plaza will be relocated to the front of Simon Hall. All Metro and university shuttles will use this location. View the temporary bus plaza route.
- Olympian Way will change to allow only southbound traffic. Anyone wanting to get to Seigle Hall or the athletic complex, will need to enter at Wallace and make a right turn on Olympian for access.
On May 20, the West Campus shuttle will be rerouted as follows during construction. Leaving West Campus, the bus will travel east on Forsyth to the Steinberg circle drive. Exit heading west, to a new temporary stop, located on Forsyth, just before reaching Goldfarb Hall. After drop offs/pickups, the bus will proceed to the temporary bus plaza in front of Simon Hall. Bus will exit via Olympian Way to Forsyth and return to West Campus. Buses will run every 15 minutes.
Beginning May 20, the Campus Circulator will no longer use the old stop at Hoyt/Wrighton Way, for the summer, it will use the temporary stop on Forsyth, just before Goldfarb Hall.
What’s New for FY20?
- Read our April newsletter (PDF) to learn more about parking and transportation in the 2019-20 academic year. Permits will be available for purchase in all five campus zones, including the east end (Zone 1). As before, yellow permits are tied to an assigned zone while red permits, available to employees, will continue to be valid in any zone.
- View FY20 parking permits and rates.
Washington University in St. Louis Parking & Transportation Services facilitates campus access to faculty, staff, students and the community for university business and activities. The department’s goal is to serve the university community with fairness, courtesy, consistency and efficiency.
Questions about WashU Parking and Transportation? Watch a video from one of the team’s recent town hall sessions hosted by Dedric Carter, vice chancellor of operations and technology.
News & Announcements
Parking offers updates on permits, construction
May 13, 2019
Parking and Transportation announces parking permit rates
Town halls planned, East End Parking Facility updates and more
April 17, 2019
Parking and Transportation provides updates, alerts for spring
February 8, 2019
Parking provides updates on leadership, operational changes
Metro town hall meetings planned in spring
December 7, 2018
“The Parking and Transportation Services team continues to work to improve the many parking and transportation options available to WashU students, faculty, staff and visitors. View our recent video to learn more.”
Vice Chancellor for Operations and Technology Transfer
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