Despite investments of hundreds of thousands of dollars, MU parking still falls short of expectations for many students.
Gary Ward, vice chancellor of MU Operations, said MU P&TS is working with MSA, the Campus Parking & Transportation committee and others to resolve issues.
After an eventful 2015–16 school year, this fall brings the possibility of more newsworthy events regarding administration and campus life.
Tiger Park will allow students to buy permits and pay tickets online, making the enforcement procedure for the Office of Parking and Transportation more efficient.
The system is online-based, with all of the parking registration information stored in a digital database, and it allows students to pay tickets electronically.
Nonresident undergraduate tuition will rise by $23.20 per credit hour.
The proposals include a barrier and disabled accessible crosswalks.
Changes include longer hours and higher rates.
Many people were opposed to installing parking meters in East Campus.
An interested party meeting will measure opinion March 19.
A similar cost-effective parking program was put into place earlier this year for North Village residents.
New parking garage meant to help stimulate economic and cultural growth.
Bringing your car to school gives you freedom, but don't think you're ever free from $25 parking tickets.
Paid parking meter hours might be extended four hours.
City Council members approved a pilot program restricting taxi pickups downtown.
$27,000 in forfeited funds will be allocated to Columbia SWAT for tactical equipment.
Students would submit parking preferences through MyZou under the plan.
Minimum parking meter fines will increase in Columbia from $5 to $10.
Funds from a budget for paving campus roads could be reallocated.