Please be aware of important alerts and closures. 

East End Garage: Important Alert

Over the next few days, you will notice Parking and Transportation deploying new temporary signage on P1 of the East End Garage. The new space designations will officially be in effect beginning Monday, Jan. 13.

  • Temporary signage installed Wednesday, January 8 – Friday, January 10, 2020.
  • Enforcement according to new designations will begin on Monday, Jan. 13, 2020.
  • Red-permit parking spaces on P1 have been adjusted and realigned to better meet demand.
  • Reserved Bearly Drivers spaces will move from the center of the garage to the south side of the west wall.
  • Enterprise CarShare spaces will be divided and move from the center of the garage to the north and south sides.
  • Yellow spaces will be removed from P1. All yellow spaces will be located on the ramp leading to P2 and on P2.
  • Permanent signage to be installed the week of Spring Break.

These changes are expected to enhance the East End parking experience for both visitors and permit holders alike. Contact the team with questions at 314-935-5601 or parktrans@wustl.edu.

Reciprocal Parking: November 18 through Jan 31, 2020
Due to capacity constraints on parking at the Medical School, specifically within the Clayton Garage, the Medical School will be temporarily relocating Danforth reciprocal parkers to Lot-L (view map). This change will be effective starting Monday, November 18 through January 31, 2020. Please contact the Facilities Integrated Service Center at 314-362-3100 with any questions.

New Campus Transportation Policies
In response to significant safety concerns, WashU is introducing a new policy on electric scooters and other motorized transportation devices as well as a new bike policy featuring rules on the safe operation of bikes, proper parking and a new bike registration requirement. Review the new policies.

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