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Parking permits for 2013-14 must be in place by Sept. 1

Chilton Hall parking lot

Fees for parking will remain the same for the 2013-2014 school year, but due to construction of the new University Union, visitor parking will be eliminated in most parking lots to offset the loss of 650 to 675 staff and student parking spaces.

Visitor parking spaces will remain at the Hurley Administration Building and the Gateway Center, said Geary Robinson, director of Parking and Transportation Services. All other visitor parking spaces will become “D” spaces.

Visitors now can park at Fouts Field (Lot 20), Highland Parking Garage and the University Circle Parking Garage. Cost at the parking garages is up to $10 per day and $5 daily passes can be purchased for Fouts Field and the G spaces in Discovery Park at Parking and Transportation Services.

Parking permits for the 2013-2014 school year are now available for purchase online. The rates are:

  • A - Reserved Permit - $525
  • D - Faculty Staff Permit - $205
  • P - Premium commuter - $225
  • R - Resident Permit - $250
  • G - General Permit - $135
  • MC - Motorcycle Permit - $105
  • Teaching Fellow - $125 per semester
  • Highland Street Garage and the Union Circle Garage - $1,575 for a reserved spot annually; $850 per year; $350 per semester; $200 for summer; and $2 per hour with a $10 per day maximum—first 30 minutes free of charge.

Resident permits are not available for purchase at this time.

Parking permits for 2013-2014 will be honored starting Aug. 15. Temporary permits are available upon online purchase to avoid ticketing until permits arrive in the mail. 

The Reserved (A) or HF Retiree permit holders may fill out a form to acquire their permits. Once completed, the forms can be sent to

Parking services offers several affordable alternatives to parking on campus:

  • The UNT Shuttle – free transportation to UNT for students living on and off campus. View routes.
  • DCTA A-Train Service – service to Dallas and Lewisville. Students can purchase a regional system passes at special promotional prices until Dec. 31. The pass is valid on A-train, Connect, Connect RSVP, UNT Shuttle and also include fixed-route bus and rail services provided by Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Trinity Railway Express and the Fort Worth Transportation Authority. Cost for a full semester pass is $175, a decrease from its $250 regular price. The annual regional pass is $400, a decrease from its $600 regular price. 
  • Rideshare – a web-based rider connection program to help students find rides around the  Metroplex.
  • E-ride – late night on demand service for students serving the main campus, Discovery Park, Mean Green Village and Victory Hall.
  • Pre-paid parking meter cards– available at the UNT parking office in Highland Street Garage. Minimum balance is $5 and the maximum balance is $100.
  • Free Bicycle Parking – Racks are available to accommodate bicyclists on campus. Additional bicycle racks have been added in front of residence halls this summer and more racks will be added on the first floor inside the Highland Street Garage later this fall. Register your bike with the UNT campus police.

 - Lauren Frock, Student Assistant, URCM

(Above, the parking lot at Chilton Hall. Photo by Gary Payne/URCM.)

Posted on: Fri 02 August 2013

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