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Summer Parking Changes on Campus

Summer Parking Changes on Campus

Duke community members can park in several lots with a valid parking permit

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Durham, NC - With the academic year over, students, faculty and staff have several new options for parking on campus. Parking and Transportation Services has opened up select lots where Duke community members with a valid parking permit are permitted to park at any time. Summertime parking options will be in effect May 16 to Aug. 15, unless noted otherwise.

Valid Duke permits can be used to park in the following lots and zones during the summer:

Blue and Red zone permits are also valid on Central Campus. All other lots and garages will have normally enforced year-round permit requirements.

Students who are gone for summer break are able to leave Duke-registered vehicles in three parking areas of the Blue Zone Lot that are located to the left of the Blue Zone entrance. Because there are special events held near the Blue Zone over summer, vehicles left in any other Blue Zone area may be towed at the owner's expense.

In addition to the change in parking restrictions, Parking and Transportation has also adjusted bus schedules for the summer.

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Contact: Parking and Transportation Services
Phone: (919) 684-7275

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Contact: Parking and Transportation Services
Phone: (919) 684-7275

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