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

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

Campus Map


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

Expect detours near west campus projects

Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 21-22—West Nedderman Drive will be closed from UTA Boulevard to just south of the West Parking Garage for a crane to install the precast panel facade south of the parking entrance.

  • Flagmen will be posted at UTA Boulevard and West Nedderman.
  • Detours also include going west on Greek Row Drive to Summit Avenue or south on West Nedderman to Cooper Street.
  • Access will remain to Lots 34 and F7 via the Cooper Street entrance, but the West Campus garage will be closed from 1 a.m. Saturday until the work concludes Sunday.
  • This is during Parent and Family Weekend.

Saturday, Nov. 18—UTA Boulevard will be closed from Kerby Street to West Nedderman Drive for the removal of a construction crane.


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 opened for the fall 2017 semester. The second will be open by December 2017.

West Campus Parking Garage Rendering of the new west campus parking structure

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 include a student union space on the second floor. Construction began 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 began in late spring 2017. The second 500-bed residence hall will be north of the first building. The $30.8 million facility is scheduled to open in fall 2018.

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.

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

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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.

The Orange, Blue, and Black Routes operate 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Mondays-Fridays with service every 20 minutes. The Red route runs on a limited route 6-10:45 p.m. Mondays-Fridays. The Saturday shopping shuttle will run every other weekend during the summer.


The late night escort program, where the UTA community can get a free door-to-door golf cart ride, runs from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. Sunday-Thursday and 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday-Saturday. Want to be a golf cart driver? Apply now on snapjobs!