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Employee parking permits go on sale

parking at Chilton Hall

Annual parking permits for the 2015-16 academic year are now on sale with most being available online so faculty and staff will not have to wait in line.

New this year, people who hold reserved “A” permits assigned to Lot 4 may purchase them online. Other “A” permit holders must purchase their permits at the office

The permits will be valid once the employee receives them in the mail and will be valid through the Aug. 31, 2016.

Permit costs will remain the same as in 2014-15.

  • A Permits (reserved spaces) - $525
  • D Permits (for faculty and staff) - $205
  • G Permits (general parking) - $135
  • M Permits (motorcycle) - $105
  • Teaching Fellow - $125 per semester
  • Highland Street Garage - $1,200 (Formerly $1575) for a reserved space annually; $850 per year; $350 per long semester; $200 for summer; and $2 per hour with a $10 per day maximum – first 30 minutes free of charge. Apply for a garage permit. These go on sale Aug. 17.
  • Union Circle Garage - $1.50 per hour with a $27 per day maximum – credit or debit only

Reserved or retiree permit holders must complete the online form, using the Parking and Transportation Services website, to acquire their permits. The form should be sent to

Due to the construction around campus, Geary Robinson, director of the Parking and Transportation Office, said the biggest change is the moving of all contractor employees to lot 35, formerly the Radisson Hotel parking lot, and to lot 34, the former Sack ’N Save lot.

The Parking and Transportation Office also offers several affordable alternatives to commuters:

Through the Denton County Transportation Authority, UNT provides shuttles around the main campus and to Discovery Park, Eagle Point, and multiple apartment complexes in Denton.  DCTA also offers discount rates on semester and annual passes for faculty, staff, and students.

“With the assistance of DCTA, we have adjusted the Discovery Park and the North Texan routes, and have added a third bus to the Discovery Park Route,” Robinson said.

The third bus on the Discovery Park Route will allow DCTA to offer service until 10:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

-Jordan Ottaway, student assistant, University Relations, Communications and Marketing 

Posted on: Tue 11 August 2015

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