To better accommodate the modified campus, Parking and Transportation Services is making changes to their permit, lot and shuttle availability.
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CSULB Parking and Transportation updates hours for the Beachside Shuttle after student-led petition.
From the simple beginning of parking in a dirt lot to 14,090 paved spots, “Parking has always been a problem.”
The Los Coyotes shuttle used to be free, but this semester it costs $45 despite doing the same job.
Students who want to pay with cash for a daily parking permit have to go to the Visitor Information Center On Bellflower Boulevard or the Parking and Transportation Services office.
After extreme traffic conditions during the first days of the semester, parking and transportation services chose to stop selling fall passes.
Parking and Transportation Services now allows any student with a regular spring parking permit to use the specified electric vehicle parking located at lot G7 after 10 a.m. “I had no idea about being able to park there so early, but I’m definitely going to do it now,” said Olivia[Read More…]
With only 14,000 parking spaces available for employees, visitors and over 37,000 students attending California State University, Long Beach, parking is a problem many drivers face. But a new program has been implemented to give students another option for parking. Students received an email on June 26 from Parking and[Read More…]