Parking Ramp Repair Work Begins Week of June 13
Monday, June 13, 2022 - 11:58
Parking structural maintenance work is starting the week of June 13, 2022 for the Oak Street Ramp and Washington Avenue Ramp.
 
Contractors will begin to set up work areas and work will continue through the summer.
 
Please use caution when driving and walking near construction zones.  Follow the posted signs for temporary traffic flow changes in the ramp and do not park or walk in blocked-off areas. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact 612-626-7275 (PARK).
 
PTS thanks you for your patience and understanding.
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Parking structural maintenance work is starting the week of June 13, 2022 for the Oak Street Ramp and Washington Avenue Ramp.

Beginning Monday, June 13 and continuing into November 2022, Cleveland Avenue will be closed between Como and Buford Avenues for year 1 of Ramsey County's Cleveland Avenue Reconstruction Project.  

Most campus buses continue to run in the summer months, just less frequently. 

Beginning Tuesday, May 31 and continuing through Friday, June 24, the intersection of 15th Avenue SE and 8th Street SE will be closed to vehicles for utility work.

BikeMN will offer on-campus Smart Cycling Course from May to October. This traffic skills course gives cyclists the confidence they need to ride safely and legally in urban traffic. 

Upcoming traffic impacts and road closures that have been communicated to PTS are below. 

Parking & Transportation Services will be reducing summer office hours starting on Monday, May 16.

Warm weather brings new travel options for the University of Minnesota’s Twin Cities campus. The University has entered into license agreements with three operators —Lyft, Lime, and Spin — to operate a Shared Bike and Scooter Program.

As of April 18, 2022, federal orders requiring masks on transit have ended. As a result, the University of Minnesota no longer requires face coverings while riding University fixed transit and the paratransit service. Riders may choose to continue to wear a mask.