Current Parking and Transportation Services News
With a new semester upon us, UNLV gradually returns to in-person events and operations.
Skip traffic trouble during the busiest time of year.
With solar panels installed on 14 buildings (and counting), UNLV's goal is to go beyond net-zero energy usage.
Minimizing UNLV's carbon footprint includes designing in features to encourage walking, biking, carpooling, and electric vehicle usage.
The start of a new semester is the busiest time for parking at UNLV, but following a few simple tips can help everyone get on and off campus safely and efficiently.
Business Affairs Division taps into Hospitality College's expertise to improve its service.
Parking and Transportation Services In The News
When it comes to efficiently processing and analyzing massive amounts of data, traditional techniques no longer cut it for railroads. They need more modern options like Big Data, a process aimed at analyzing and systematically extracting information from data sets that are too large or complex to handle via traditional processing methods.
Las Vegas’ annual gathering of cowboys and cowgirls is set to kick off Thursday with the start of the National Finals Rodeo, which will bring a herd of fans with it.
The yearly gathering of cowboys and cowgirls in Las Vegas will lasso traffic around the Thomas & Mack Center.
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.