As previously announced in UConn Today, Hillside Road will close to through traffic between its intersection with Gilbert Road and Glenbrook Road on Friday, August 12, 2022.
For those less familiar with the Storrs campus, the closure affects the section of Hillside Road adjacent to the Gampel Pavillion, Student Union, and Greer Field House.
The restricted portion of Hillside will remain open to Emergency, limited Service, and Transit vehicles only.
This Hillside Road sectional closure is expected to significantly improve public safety in this high pedestrian volume area by reducing vehicular conflicts.
Hillside Road drivers will be directed to use Alumni Drive to avoid the restricted area.
The efficacy of the Hillside restriction will be monitored during the fall semester, and its performance analyzed.
The University has long discussed the restriction, which is now being implemented for a trial period.
The North Garage will reopen on Monday, August 22, 2022, a week later than expected.
The delay is required to complete ongoing construction.
Go to the Parking Portal to purchase your parking permit.
2022-2023 Parking Permits go on sale August 1, 2022 at 9 AM
The Connecticut Department of Transportation will complete the milling and resurfacing project on Route 32, which may cause traffic delays for motorists in the area.
The project consists of milling and resurfacing a 1.94-mile segment of Route 32, Mansfield, from the Eagleville Fire Department driveway to Route 44 (Middle Turnpike).
The milling will begin Tuesday, May 31, 2022, to Friday, June 3, 2022, and the resurfacing will take place from Thursday, June 9, 2022, to Monday, June 20, 2022.
Motorists can expect lane closures during the regular work schedule for this project which is 7:00 am to 5:00 pm (Monday – Friday).
Motorists should be aware that modifications or extensions to this schedule may become necessary due to weather delays or other unforeseen conditions. Motorists are advised to maintain a safe speed when driving in this vicinity.
The parking area by Freitas Ice Arena (Lot I, East) will close for reconstruction on Tuesday, May 31, when the new parking area to the west of the new Ice Rink will open (Wednesday, June 1).
The University’s Target parking garage lease Agreement will expire on May 31, 2022; it will not be renewed.
As a result, Parking and Transportation Services will no longer be able to offer employee garage parking on the Stamford campus.
Active Target permits like will convert automatically to Area 2 on June 1, 2022.
Area 2 permits authorize parking on the University’s main campus lot at 1194 Washington Boulevard.
If you would like to expire your permit, please let us know by email sent to Parking Services.
The Windham Region Transit District proposes cost-neutral changes to its fixed routes to increase service frequencies while maintaining service hours.
Developed using public meetings and feedback, surveys, and operational considerations and tested using new computer modeling technology, the proposed route changes are designed to increase ridership while increasing service frequencies with improved connectivity.
The proposed route change benefits include improved service frequency between Storrs and Willimantic and within the town of Windham and the elimination of wait times at the new intermodal center in downtown Willimantic.
Several proposed changes were made possible through WRTD’s partnership with UConn’s Husky Go, including Sunday service between Storrs and Willimantic and running a WRTD route similar to Hunting Lodge in the summer.
Current Storrs-Willimantic bus, Willimantic City Bus, Hunting Lodge, and Danielson stops impacted by the proposed changes will remain within a 5-10 minute walk to the planned routes.
To learn more about the proposed route changes and make public comments, please join WRTD at their Board meeting room at 5:30 PM on Wednesday, February 23, or attend the meeting on Zoom.
You can find the latest details WRTD’s website.
Student parking permits for the 2021/22 Intersession are now available for purchase at the Parking Services Customer Service Center, Storrs Campus.
The prorated prices of our Intersession permit follows:
|12/20/21 – 12/26/21
|12/27/21 – 01/02/22
|01/03/22 – 01/09/22
|01/10/22 – 01/16/22
Please remember that cash payments are no longer accepted at Parking Services.
Parking Services will go cashless on Friday, December 31, 2021.
Cash payments will no longer be accepted at Parking Services after January 1, 2022.
Other forms of payment such as Debit/Credit Cards and Husky Bucks will remain the same.
Most customers will find the online Parking Portal the most convenient way to purchase their parking permits and pay citation fees.
In 2022, it will still be possible to make in-person purchases and payments at Parking Services – 25 LeDoyt Road, First Floor, Storrs, CT 06269-6199, using a Credit/Debit Card and Husky Bucks.
Please remember that our campus is pedestrian-centric in advance of the fall semester and the return of thousands of students to campus.
All motor vehicle operators must remain alert and keep their speeds below 25 MPH when driving on-campus.
Drivers must always yield to pedestrians and be prepared to stop at all marked crosswalks. Never pass a vehicle that has stopped or is slowing down at a crosswalk.
Although pedestrians must appropriately care for their own safety, those found on university campuses tend to be distracted. Drivers, therefore, must patiently accommodate their passages.
Please remember to allow yourselves additional commuting time during the next few weeks and remember that all types of on-campus traffic will be unusually heavy.