parking and transportation services

No wheels for WU: New policy prohibits motorized scooters, skateboards

Washington University in St. Louis Parking & Transportation Services unveiled a new policy banning the use of electric scooters and other motorized transportation devices on campus earlier this week.

| Senior News Editor

Connecting campus: North Campus shuttle service begins

Washington University Parking & Transportation Services and Washington University Police Department (WUPD) are each introducing services to increase the connectedness and safety of North Campus and its surrounding neighborhoods.

| Senior News Editor

New technology installed in WU parking garages

All Danforth and West campus parking garages began utilizing new gate-arm technology that requires radio frequency identification parking passes for entry Monday.

Rory Mather | Contributing Reporter

Wash. U. attempts to manage transportation needs through parking, sidewalk changes

Sustainability advocates on campus hope that changes to the Forsyth path and the accessibility of on-campus parking will promote students walking and biking rather than driving.

Katelyn Mae Petrin | Contributing Reporter

Lofts parking problems indicative of campus-wide problem

Residential Life has spent the past few months pushing rising upperclassmen to live in the newly constructed Lofts of Washington University. With Round 2 housing decisions released last week, a number of students have been assigned to the newest University apartments—whether their first choice or not—for housing next year.

University boosts hours of off-campus shuttle

Campus2Home shuttle service now begins earlier and ends later to accommodate students whose activities put them on campus after dark. Starting Monday, the shuttle began nightly service at 6 p.m. and made its last trip at 4 a.m. Prior to the change, the hours were 7 p.m. to 2:30 a.m.

| Staff Reporter

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