Texas A&M Transportation Services Provides Guidance Ahead Of Howdy Week, Move-In
To allow a more phased approach to Move-In, check-in this year will be by appointment only for most residents. As a result, drivers in the campus community will experience increased traffic throughout the week and are asked to plan accordingly when traveling to and around campus.
“Our top priority during this time, is safety,” said Peter Lange, associate vice president for Transportation Services. “We ask the community to use caution while driving on and around campus and we ask our bicyclists to use extreme caution when riding bikes through designated Move-In areas.”
Short-term unloading zones are available in designated locations on campus in an effort to ease the congestion and facilitate Move-In for arriving students. These areas will be managed by officers and marked with signs.
Visit the Fall Move-In Parking Map for information on where to park and unloading zones.
Bicyclists are encouraged to use extreme caution, as certain bike lanes will be obstructed during Move-In week.
Areas to proceed with caution:
- In the south areas of campus, students and parents may access temporary unloading zones on Bizzell, Lewis and Coke Streets. Transportation Services officers will manage operations in these areas.
- In the north area of campus, Transportation Services officers will manage operations on Hogg Street with unloading allowed curbside. Curbside parking or unloading is prohibited on Jones and Central Houston Streets. Hart Hall residents will have limited access to four spaces in Lot 19 designated and marked as temporary unloading zones and Lot 22 on weekends.
About Texas A&M Transportation Services: Transportation Services is an empowered team of professionals dedicated to providing efficient, dynamic and innovative fleet, parking and transit services to the community. We support the teaching, research and public service mission of Texas A&M University, with focus on customer service and communication.