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Parking and Mobility Services

Parking & Mobility Services

Announcements

Covid-19 Announcement

Because of the need to limit the spread of the coronavirus, it is important to reduce the number of human interactions. Parking Services wants you to be aware that we can fully serve our customers without them coming to the Parking office.

Effective the week of March 23rd, the office will be open 'virtually only' from 8:30AM to 4:30PM. Contact us by email, mail or phone.

PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING:

  • Permits can be purchased/paid for online or over the phone using a credit card. If you do not have a credit card then you can still pay your citations via the mail, with a check. There is also a payment drop box ( located next to the west pay station on the first floor of the Evans Structure) where cash or check payments may be left.
  • Parking enforcement continues with an emphasis on fire lanes and ADA (handicapped) spaces
  • Citations and permits can be purchased/paid for online or over the phone using a credit card. If you do not have a credit card then you can still pay your citations via the mail, with a check. There is also a payment drop box ( located next to the west pay station on the first floor of the Evans Structure) where cash or check payments may be left.
  • Appeals MUST be done via email or the website. There is not a need to bring an appeal into the office. If you write an appeal on paper, it can be mailed in.
  • Event payments can be paid for over the phone or through the mail.
  • Event requests can be submitted on cancelled via email or phone.
  • Parking Permit returns can be done via the mail or drop box. Our staff can email you the form or it can be found on our website.
  • Lost/Stolen Permit forms can also be emailed or found on the website. These payments can be made over the phone.
  • All questions and concerns can best be handled via email.

DU Shuttle Service is suspending

DU is suspending the Campus Shuttle starting Tuesday, March 17th. Service will remain suspended until at least April 10th. Resumption of service is dependent on future developments.

CHANGES IN ON-DEMAND SCHEDULE AND EAST ROUTE SCHEDULE

Starting March 9, 2020:

  • The On-Demand Route will run from 10:15AM through 7:00PM, Monday - Friday. The East route will stop running at 10:00AM
  • The East Route bus will change to the On-Demand bus at 10:15AM. Rides can be reserved until 6:30PM to allow a ride to be completed before 7:00PM.
  • A new stop has been added to those being offered On-Demand:
    • 2121 E. Asbury Ave. – Bus loading zone at Shwayder Art Building

Shuttle Service On-Demand Stops Added

On-Demand Route – Operates 4:30PM to 7:00PM

  • The On-Demand route will run from 4:30PM through 7:00PM, Monday – Friday. The East Route will stop running at 4:30PM.
  • The East Route bus will change to the On-Demand bus at 4:30PM. Rides can be reserved until 6:30PM, to allow a ride to be completed before 7:00PM
  • In addition to all existing stops on the West and East routes, stops at the following new locations will be offered:
    • English Learning Center – 1958 S. Josephine St.
    • Five Guys Restaurant – 2150 S. Colorado Blvd.
    • High and Evans RTD Stop (Fisher Early Learning Center)
    • International House – 2200 S. Josephine St.
    • King Soopers Market – 2750 S. Colorado Blvd.
    • Maria Empanada Restaurant – 1298 S. Broadway
    • Mass Communications – 2490 S. Gaylord St.
    • Safeway Market – 2150 S. Downing St.
    • Stella's Coffee – 1476 S. Pearl St.

Riders must use the app to ride the On Demand route! It is the only way to notify the driver of a rider, provide routing of the bus to riders, direct riders to the stop location, and give riders an alert that the bus is at the stop. If riders want a guest to ride with them, they can add more riders when they request the trip.

See the Campus Shuttle page for map and additional information.

 

Car2Go Operations Ending on October 31st

You may be aware, from recent media reports, that car2go is changing its business strategy. They will not continue operating in the Denver area, including on the DU campus, after October 31, 2019. According to their website, car2go will continue to operate only in New York City, Washington, D.C. and Seattle, within the United States.

For members of the DU community who want to use a car sharing service, Zipcar and Mavencar have vehicles on Evans Avenue and other streets, adjacent to campus. If you would like more information, there are links to those companies websites on this page. DU is investigating the possibility of allowing a different car sharing company to have vehicles on campus, as opposed to on city streets such as Evans Avenue. If that occurs, more information will be posted on the carshares page.

Shuttle Service Update

After a competitive selection process, DU has contracted with MV Transportation to provide the Campus Shuttle service. The service hours will be from 7AM to 7PM, Monday through Friday. This shuttle will operate during Autumn, Winter and Spring quarters, with two, 12 (+ 2 wheelchair) passenger buses. During the first few weeks, there will be two fixed routes. The East route will have three stops, the West Route will have six stops. See the route maps below. The shuttle will continue operating during off the quarter periods, but with reduced vehicles and hours.

parkmobile no longer available in Lot 315

Effective April 1, 2019, ParkMobile will no longer be available in lot 315 (zones 3616 and 3617). All payments must be paid at the pay machine.

EV Charging Station at Lot 316 is Offline

The EV Charging Station at the north end of Lot 316, near the Sturm Hall loading dock, is offline until further notice due to construction.

Annual Bike Registration: Act now!

Registering your bike assists in recovery in case of theft, and allows owners to be notified if there is a problem with the bike. Registration is free, but requires an annual update so we know that your bike is active on campus. Register at mobility/bicycling. If you have any questions please call us at 303-871-3210 or email [email protected].

Ulock enforcement policy

We want to make you aware that beginning immediately the bicycle U-lock policy will be enforced regularly. This policy can be found on the Campus Safety website, Bicycle Security, and on the Parking and Mobility website, Bicycles . Remember, bicycles should not be locked to handrails, lampposts, or objects other than a bike rack.

As we realize that some of you may not have been aware of this policy we are giving you a grace period of one week to obtain a U-lock and properly secure your bicycle before Winter break. All bicycles left unsecured or improperly secured will be immobilized and/or impounded by the Parking and Mobility Services office.

Bicycles will only be released during our business hours. The Parking and Mobility office is open Monday – Friday from 8:30am until 4:30pm. We are closed all University holidays.