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Vehicle Relocation for Saturday's Blue-White Football Game

Kentucky football will hold its Blue-White Spring Game at Kroger Field at 1 p.m. this Saturday, April 13. The game showcases the Wildcat’s spring practice. As a result, some parking permit holders will be required to relocate their vehicles to make way for an influx of Wildcat fans.Students and employees who park in the periphery parking lots (RK, CK & EK) at Kroger Field (Red, Blue, & Orange) are asked to relocate their vehicles away from these areas before 7 a.m. on Saturday, April 13.

Wildcab Vouchers - Temporary Service Hour Extension

For this weekend only, Wildcab Vouchers will have extended service hours on Sunday, April 7th, from 3 a.m. - 11 p.m., to support student participants in the DanceBlue Marathon. Wildcab Vouchers is a late-night on-demand student transportation partnership with Uber, offering students a voucher for discounted Uber rides. Temporary Extended Service Hours:  Friday, April 5th            10 p.m. – 3 a.m.

Donations for Citations Spring Drive Draws Large Participation

The UK community responded in large numbers to this year’s Donations for Citations spring drive. 540 people made the decision to start spring with a clean slate, while benefitting UK’s Big Blue Pantry (BBP) at the same time. At least 2,831 pounds of food and personal care items were donated during the two-week drive. In fact, so much was contributed that BBP was able to share some of the collected canned goods with other area food banks.

South Campus Projects to Impact Traffic

Two projects will impact traffic on south campus starting this Friday, March 22. The first project will take place in the Kroger Field lot and involves the closure of a roadway that connects the Red Lot to the Green Lot, in the vicinity of Gate 4. This roadway will be closed to traffic Friday through Sunday.

Spring Cycling & Scooting Tips

As the weather begins to warm, students increasingly turn to cycling and scooting as reliable, fun, and convenient ways to navigate campus. While UK is both bikeable and e-scooter friendly, it’s important to follow established safety protocols while riding in this busy environment. Safety guidelines go well beyond proper riding etiquette and can make a significant difference in your personal safety.Below are some guidelines:

UK to Host T2 Reconnect Conference

University of Kentucky Transportation Services will host a T2 Reconnect Conference this Wednesday, March 13, at the Healthy Kentucky Research Building. More than a dozen parking and transportation-related organizations from the region will be on-site to learn how UK Transportation Services is utilizing state-of-the-art parking technologies, and to take advantage of networking and educational opportunities.

Singletary Center Lot Impact this Friday & Saturday

The Singletary Center for the Arts parking lot will be unavailable on Friday, March 1, and Saturday, March 2, to accommodate two upcoming events.A total of 33 parking spaces will be impacted, including 27 employee intermediate spaces, one ADA space, three loading zone spaces, and two service area spaces. 

Access to Cooper Drive Pedway to be Impacted

Repair work to the exterior stairway located on the southeast side of the Charles Barnhart Building is scheduled to begin as early as this afternoon. This project will impact access to the Cooper Drive Pedway. Access to the pedway from the Orange Lot will remain available by entering the ground floor of the Barnhart Building and taking the elevator to the second floor. However, please be aware that the Barnhart Building closes at 6 p.m.

HireBlue Career Fairs to Impact Parking, Traffic on North Campus

The James W. Stuckert Career Center will hold two HireBlue Career Fairs in the Gatton Student Center this week, which will impact parking and traffic on north campus.

Donations for Citations is Back!

Start spring with a clean slate! If you have a regular ($30) parking citation on your account, you can take advantage of our upcoming Donations for Citations drive to settle it.

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