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Pardon our Progress

UTA asks that you Pardon Our Progress as the University begins a sustained construction period.

Construction plans include building the new Science and Engineering Innovation and Research (SEIR) building, a 1,500 space parking garage, removing some antiquated housing, constructing a new residence and dining facility on the west campus, and addressing other needed campus improvements.

Please continue to check this page for the most current parking information.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as the University works hard to meet the needs of employees, students, and the community.

Map of closed lots


Dates subject to change. See the online map linked above for locations.


Parking near the Maverick Activities Center changes this week for construction projects.

About 65 parking spaces in Lot 33W are closed Monday, Feb. 6 for water line construction.

Portions of Lot F6 will close Wednesday, Feb. 8. The ADA spaces on the north side of the MAC remain.

Faculty/staff will have 20 more spaces in Lot 34.

Trinity South lot will have 46 spaces change from student to faculty/staff parking.

Student parking has been reallocated in University Village, Arbor Oaks, Meadow Run, and Cooper Chase apartment lots.

During Spring Break, March 11-18

  • ADA spaces close in Lot F6 and are relocated to Lot F8.
  • Lot F8 receives new entrance, surface seal, and paint stripes. Gate is removed.
  • Portions of 33W are used for construction staging. Student access to the lot will remain.

Beginning Wednesday, April 1

Lot 33W closes permanently

Remote parking permits for students are $90 for the fall and spring or $45 per semester.

Students can exchange their general student parking permit for a remote parking permit. Go to the Parking Office in the Wetsel Service Center.

Lot 26 is the remote parking site at Maverick Stadium from Mitchell Street.

MavMover shuttles on the Blue route arrive at each location every 15 minutes.

Students can get from the Maverick Stadium to Pickard Hall in about 12 minutes and to the Smart Hospital in about 18 minutes.


The GPS tracking Transloc Rider app for MavMover launched in November 2016. View the bus's location in real-time, get up to the minute predictive arrival times, and set yourself alerts for when you need to leave to catch the bus. Download the Transloc Rider app on Google Play or iTunes, or visit the webpage.

Anyone can use the free MavMover shuttle service to get around campus.

Four new shuttle buses have been added. UTA has four buses in service Mondays-Fridays.

The Blue, Green, and Purple routes operate 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Mondays-Fridays.

The Red route runs on a limited route 6-10:45 p.m. Mondays-Fridays.


The late night escort program, where the UTA community can get a free door-to-door golf cart ride from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sunday-Thursday will expand service to 3 a.m. starting November 15. Our ultimate goal is to expand to 7 days a week service. Want to be a golf cart driver? Apply now on snapjobs!


The parking garage is the first step in the west campus construction. Designed like the College Park District parking garages, the garage will be built in two parts. The first will open for the fall 2017 semester. The second half will be open by December 2017.

A dining hall will be located between the Maverick Activities Center and the parking garage. The $21 million facility will feature an open concept with natural lighting and will include a student union space on the second floor. Construction will begin in spring 2017. The dining hall will open for the fall 2018 semester.

Two residential halls will be built where Lot 33 West is located. Construction on a 500-bed residence hall in the south part of Lot 33 West will begin in late spring. The $30.8 million facility is scheduled to open in fall 2018. The second 500-bed residence hall will be north of the first building.

The Parking and Transportation Office continues to work with the Office of Facilities Management to ensure parking improvements and expansions benefit the UTA community while minimally impacting day-to-day activities.

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