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    The following is a portion of a recent campus-wide email was sent out from Anna Welscott:

    “Policy changes will accompany the addition of the new lots, which will reduce the number of vehicles on campus. Based on feedback received through the series of campus meetings held this past fall, policy changes include limiting the number of vehicles authorized for freshman resident hall students through a waiver/lottery system of 200 permits, and restricting Mines Park residents from purchasing a General or Commuter permit. These policy changes will reduce the number of vehicles parking on the main campus by approximately 400, and will open up spaces for the students, faculty, and staff who commute to campus.”

    With this, we conclude this issue as Freshman parking will face a different structure starting this semester.

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    Maybe part of that is they make lot FF for commuters (and not residents) so that there is parking for commuters on that side of campus. I know some students who have yellow passes and can't find anywhere to park on that side of campus (other in the Jones Road lot which isn't really a lot).

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    So this post is old, but we have new info! First, I believe a blinking light was put in to allow pedestrians to cross more easily, so hopefully that helped! However, part of the 6th and 19th crossing planning includes putting a roundabout at the 19th and Elm intersection. This won’t be in construction for another year or so but will probably cause some issues in the future. Just want to let you all know that USG voiced our concerns to the planning committee at the last meeting about 6th and 19th about the pedestrian crossing, but that is all we can do for now!

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