Students weigh in on their parking experience in the new semester. This year has seen a record number of admissions.
The first day of fall semester the university implemented new parking strategies. All general parking lots on lower campus were full by mid-morning.
Some students now find it more difficult to drive to campus
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…]
The option to purchase a day permit for parking at Beachside College is now available. The Long Beach State housing office announced the new permits via email last Tuesday in an effort to provide more convenient parking options for the off-site residence hall. Previously, guests at Beachside could spend $7[Read More…]
As another semester begins at Long Beach State, many students still find themselves in the same struggle with parking. Spring semester parking has become increasingly impacted. There are 14,090 parking spots on campus and 20,000 permits are sold a year, according to Robyn Ames-Woodyard, director of operations, finance management at[Read More…]
Long Beach State springs back to life Tuesday as students filled the campus in droves after a monthlong winter break.
When you don’t have your own car, use someone else’s — Uber has been my saving grace for getting to and from campus in a timely manner. Parking passes at Long Beach State are $140 per semester and $80 in the summer, according to the Parking and Transportation Services. The[Read More…]
The Daily 49er sat down with President Jane Close Conoley Wednesday, Sept. 5 to ask her about her ambitions for the new semester and her hopes for the future of the campus. Conoley touched on new housing developments, parking, more classes, the fate of Prospector Pete and the new Beach[Read More…]
You look at the clock on the wall, notice class is almost over and decide to check where the next shuttle is to get a ride to your car. The Long Beach State app shows that the nearest shuttle is only seven percent full and that it’ll be pulling up[Read More…]