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The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has extended the face covering requirement for individuals using transportation networks, including bus systems through September 13, 2021. In accordance with the TSA policy, face coverings will remain required on UGA buses and at bus stops during this time. Thank you for helping us keep UGA healthy. Read More. 

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TSA extends face covering requirement on buses and transportation systems

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has extended the face covering requirement for individuals using transportation networks, including bus systems through September 13, 2021. In accordance with the TSA policy, face coverings will remain required on UGA buses and at bus stops during this time. Thank you for helping us keep UGA healthy. Learn more here.

Transition to Managing High-Impact Parking Areas After Regular Business Hours

Effective April 1, 2021, UGA Transportation and Parking Services will begin managing high-impact parking areas after regular business hours, expanding safety, visibility, and customer service measures into the evenings and weekends. Impacted lots include N02, N03, N04, W01, W16, Herty Drive areas, One Press Place. Learn more here.

North and Tate Parking Decks Transitioning to License Plate Recognition System

Effective January 4, 2021, the North and Tate Center parking decks will transition to a License Plate Recognition (LPR) system, which provides customers with an efficient, user-friendly, and contactless parking option. Learn more here.

Legion Field Surveillance Testing Parking

Free 30-minute parking at the Tate Center Parking Deck remains available for UGA students, faculty, and staff participating in surveillance testing at Legion Field. Please note that with the Tate Center Parking Deck’s recent transition to a License Plate Recognition (LPR) system, those parking at the Tate Center for testing need to alert the parking attendant upon entering the deck. Participants will receive a parking pass to display on their vehicle to avoid a citation. If you have question about parking, please contact the One Stop Shop at (706) 542-7275.

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