Oak Street Ramp Alternative Parking Options (Summer Only)
Wednesday, August 2, 2023 - 16:54

Oak Street Ramp repair work has, at times, made it difficult to maneuver and to find open space. While space is held for contract holders and clinic patients, it can be difficult to balance space needed for construction and to accommodate both regular daily and contract customers. We apologize for the inconvenience this is causing some customers.

We are working with our contractor to have the maximum number of stalls available. As different phases of the work are completed, space will open up. 

Contract Holders

To help alleviate this congestion until the end of the summer construction season, we will add access for Oak Street Ramp contract holders to:

  • East River Road Garage
  • Ski-U-Mah Lot 


Enter and exit with your U Card, PPC, or license plate.

Public  Parkers

If you find Oak Street Ramp is full, park in Washington Ave Ramp. 

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