Tag: parking

New program introduces off-campus parking

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…]

Your car could be at risk of auto theft

Cal State Long Beach students may need to look into taking the bus as car burglaries in the parking lots are becoming more common. An increase in auto burglaries has caught the attention of the University Police Department. According to Lt. Richard Goodwin, there were about half a dozen burglaries[Read More…]

Faculty flustered over new parking permit system

Unanticipated citations due to the new license plate recognition system implemented on campus this semester are frustrating numerous faculty over time spent contesting the parking violations. In an email sent out to campus faculty, Elizabeth Dahab, a comparative world literature and classics professor at Cal State Long Beach, described her[Read More…]

Park and ride at CSULB

Four weeks into the new semester, and Cal State Long Beach students can hope for a less-congested commute to campus. Off-campus general parking has been opened at the Greek Orthodox Church on 5761 E. Colorado Street and offers free CSULB shuttle service to commuters going to and from the university.[Read More…]

CSULB averts traffic crisis amidst construction

Despite a little bumper-to-bumper traffic near the construction, which closed down the west turnaround coming in from Bellflower this morning, Cal State Long Beach successfully avoided carmageddon. The closure of the west turnaround raised concerns of congestion throughout the campus. The brunt of the effort came from the Division of[Read More…]

Parking at CSULB can be just as bad as parking throughout the city of Long Beach. The parking is packed on a Sunday afternoon for graduation ceremonies.

Parking permit rates to rise in July

Single-day parking permit rates will increase July 1 to $8, and parking rates are expected to increase by $1 every year through July 2019. Short-term parking rates will also increase, and the price will vary depending on how long a space is occupied. Parking and Transportation Services sent out an[Read More…]

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