|Go With the Flow: How Parking Lots Fill Up, Flow Over|
|Tuesday, January 17 2012|
If you've ever left for a midday meeting and come back to find your normal lot full, you know all too well the winding (and often confusing) "overflow" odyssey that can follow.
In an effort to make this overflow process more straightforward, the Medical Center parking office is offering some helpful tips and tools (including free "mini-map" stickers and mobile apps). Be sure to read on to ward off headaches later!
Please also remember that after 2:15 p.m., any URMC permit holder may park in the Medical Center’s ramp garage.
Additionally, parkers in lots 1, 9, and 2 – who have more complicated overflow schemes – will be e-mailed letters with additional overflow tips.
For more questions about overflow patterns, please contact the Medical Center Parking Office at 275-4524.
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