Oct. 1-14, 2004
Back Issues
IN THIS ISSUE
Meyers gives Curry $22 million
Weiss to head Hem-One division
Microsoft gives $3 million to Darden/Curry program
Nursing School establishes rural health care effort
Digest
Making good health of world’s poor
Hereford’s half-century: Former president remembered as link between U.Va.’s past and future
Faculty Senate explores collaborations at retreat
Football game Oct. 7 will limit parking
Employees show they care
Art History — Mixing it up
Press launches first electronic imprint
U.Va. presents five-day Afropop festival
Nobel lecture series begins Oct. 11
Pulitzer prize-winner to speak at Law School
Never forget: ROTC honors fallen, missing comrades

 

Football game Oct. 7 will limit parking
U.Va. football
Photo by Andrew Shurtleff

By Dan Heuchert

When there’s a Thursday night college football game at home that brings 60,000 fans onto Grounds in late afternoon, some U.Va. parking lots must close early.

On Oct. 7, when the Cavaliers host Clemson in a nationally televised showdown, permit-holders from 17 parking lots around the football stadium must move their cars by 4 p.m. Those affected will be notified via e-mail, and fliers will be distributed in those areas before and on game day. Cars not removed on time will be towed. Those displaced by the lot closures may park at University Hall or the Emmet/Ivy garage all day Oct. 7.

University bus service between those areas, Central Grounds and the Health System will be increased all day.

The stadium’s gates will open at 5:30 p.m., two hours before kickoff.


CURRENT ISSUE

© Copyright 2004 by the Rector and Visitors
of the University of Virginia

UVa Home Page UVa Events Calendar Top News UVa Home Page