Three electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in the Union Garage and both charging stations in Lot 9 (near the Administration Building) will be unavailable on Monday, March 21 while contractors install a retractable cord system.
Portions of the garage and parking lot may be roped off during the installation. Do not park in any roped-off areas and read all signs before parking. The charging stations will be back in service and ready for use on Tuesday, March 22.
During the closure, drivers with a valid TU permit can charge their electric vehicles in designated EV spaces at the Towsontown Garage, Glen Garage, West Village Garage, Lot 3 (behind the CFA), Lot 14 (Health Center) and in designated EV overflow lots at Lot 7 (near the Johnny Unitas Stadium/SECU Arena). Vehicles parked in any EV space must first have a valid TU permit and must be plugged in and charging. Vehicles that are not charging must be relocated to their appropriate parking area based on the TU permit type.
We appreciate your cooperation and patience in this matter.
For additional information and updates, please visit the Parking & Transportation Services’ website or parking chat at www.towson.edu/parking, follow us on Twitter (@GetAroundTU), or call 410-704-PARK (7275) (option #1) from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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This post was written by Gorsuch, Pamela