COVID-19 parking and transit updates
Opened: October 10, 2016
Summary: Cain Garage, which replaced Cain Hall, includes five parking levels and 1,434 parking spots available for use by
students, faculty, staff and visitors to campus and is equipped with electronic way-finding and level counting signage that guides customers
to available parking with 99 percent accuracy.
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Gene Stallings Blvd. Garage in the news
Opened: October 3, 2016
Summary: A Dutch Junction and green bike lanes were installed as a part of the rehabilitation project for Lots 16 and 54, located at the Bizzell and Ross Streets intersection.
The intersection design, called a Dutch Junction, adds space at crossings for bike lanes and pulls the stop sign for cars further back from the intersection,
increasing visibility for drivers and improving safety for people walking and bicycling.
The bike lanes were created using a solar luminescent paint that stores solar energy to increase visibility at night, establishing the nation's first glow-in-the-dark green bike lanes.
The lanes create a designated space on the street for a person riding a bicycle that is physically separated from traffic and pedestrian activity.
The resulting outcome creates a clear and sensible environment for users on foot, on bicycles or in cars and provides more time and space for everyone to see and react to one another.
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Dutch Junction in the news