During the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, May 27, the Parking & Transportation Services office will be closed.
In addition, parking permit enforcement will be suspended in all "C" parking lots, all visitor/meter spaces, and in most "A" lots, with the exception of parking facilities serving the hospital and School of Medicine. "A" permit parking, visitor/meter spaces, Service/University Vehicle spaces, and timed loading zones/spaces will be enforced during the closure in these lots (listing is subject to change; please check back for updates):
Parking restrictions in residential lots and special zones, such as disabled parking, red zones, fire lanes, and "Special Permit" stalls, are enforced 24/7.
For parking locations, refer to the Parking and Circulation Map. Contact our office if you have questions about parking enforcement or alternatives: firstname.lastname@example.org.
May is National Bike Month! Celebrate a healthy commute by entering our Bike Safety Pledge prize drawing and/or rallying your department colleagues to ride to work. Thanks to the 1,700+ bicyclists who joined us for our annual Bike to Work Day on May 9, and the 50+ volunteers who helped staff our 12 Stanford Energizer Stations.
Exciting prize drawings:
Consider these free Stanford bicycle classes and resources:
For information about combining biking with transit, visit these links:
For bicycle questions, comments, or suggestions, contact our bicycle program coordinator at email@example.com or 650.725.BIKE (2453).
Spring is a great time to try a sustainable commute, and there’s still time to enjoy extra rewards from Stanford Commute Club!
Not sure where to begin? We would be glad to help you explore your alternative commute options. Request a free transit and/or bicycle commute plan through our do-it-yourself or custom commute planning service. You also can use our free ridematching service to find a Stanford affiliate with whom to carpool or vanpool.
Visit our 2013 Spring Promotion page for more information and our “Tell Us Your Story” page to find out why thousands of Stanford commuters love their sustainable commute! If you have questions or comments, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650.736.9923.
When those who normally drive alone for their commute are asked why they don’t choose sustainable transportation, there are a couple of reasons commonly cited. What these commuters may not realize is that Parking & Transportation Services has answers to address these concerns.
“I need my car for business or personal errands while I’m at work.”
Stanford has a number of options to enable residents and commuters to leave their cars at home or go “car free.”
“I need to get home in an emergency.”
If you have questions or would like more information about resources for those who use sustainable transportation or are considering going car free at Stanford, contact us at email@example.com.
As a reminder, whenever possible, all Stanford affiliates are encouraged to avoid departing campus during the peak commute times, which include departures from campus between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. If you plan events, try to avoid having attendees depart campus during the afternoon peak.
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