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Parking and Transportation Services
The first few weeks of a new semester can jam up the parking lots but following a few simple tips can help everyone get to class safely and efficiently.
Simple tips to avoid the crowds during the busy start of the spring 2018 semester at UNLV.
Simple tips to avoid the crowds during the busy start of fall semester at UNLV.
Hotel College building still targeting spring semester bow, but that's not the only construction going on around campus.
From a new home for the Hotel College to student housing, needed parking and some new land, UNLV campus expansion was in the news in 2016.
Simple tips to avoid the crowds during the busy start of fall 2016 semester at UNLV.
UNLV construction projects have kicked into high gear but we aren't walking this street alone. Here's how public-private partnerships are remaking Maryland Parkway.
Major construction projects are bringing new amenities and more breathing room to campus. Here's the rundown.
A collection of recent news stories highlighting the people and programs of UNLV.
Simple tips to help you get where you're going and avoid the crowds during the busy start of fall semester.
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Parking And Transportation Services In The News
The U.S. Department of Transportation has selected UNLV to participate in a research consortium to examine the effective design, construction and maintenance of high-speed rail projects.
Maryland Parkway, an area of Las Vegas considered as the regional spine for employment and transit, is being targeted for revitalization.
Construction begins this week for a seven-story garage near UNLV that will contain about 630 additional parking spaces for the school, boosting its capacity to house vehicles by 5 percent.
A groundbreaking takes place Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016, for a new retail/parking center across from UNLV that will be the site of a parking garage, headquarters for UNLV’s police force and shops.
A new shopping and parking garage complex years in the making is finally on its way to fruition near UNLV.