Tag - Parking and Transportation

Parking changes will provide more space for patients in decks

If you park in the parking decks that service AU Medical Center, CHOG, or our clinics in the MOB, chances are you’ve seen our patients, families and visitors circling our decks searching for an open parking space. How frustrating it must be to deal with a medical issue or come to visit a loved one...

15th Street and MOB deck gate changes announced

In conjunction with the recent notice about the hospital studying the parking situation and taking action to improve the patient experience, the following change will occur to the gate operations at the 15th Street and Medical Office Building parking decks: Effective on Friday, June 9, the gate...

Parking rates increase on Summerville and for reserved spots

As previously reported, Augusta University and Augusta University Health employees no longer have to replace their parking hang tags. However, because employees are no longer required to resubmit their information, those experiencing an increase might not be aware of it until the payroll deduction...

New information regarding faculty and staff parking registration

Good news! You do not need to replace your current employee parking hang tag. The parking hang tags are now valid perennially. However, if you need to update your vehicle or contact information, or change your parking type, please do so before July 1, 2017 by visiting POUNCE and select Parking...

Spring Break Parking Advisory – Summerville

The following email was originally sent by David Santa-Anna, director of Parking and Transportation, on Thursday, March 30. Please be aware that several Summerville campus parking lots will be closed for special event parking during spring break. Lots 14, 15, 16 and 25 will be closed from 5 p.m. on...

Wrap it up: A bus gets its look

We’ve condensed four hours of work into 22 seconds to show you how an Augusta University bus gets its look. The bus was wrapped at the Horizon Motor Coach facility in Harlem by Keen Signs and Graphics. It’s one of three different JagExpress designs. Over the course of the next few weeks, all...

First bus of newly wrapped fleet unveiled

At 8 a.m. on the morning of Jan. 24, the first of Augusta University’s newly wrapped buses was unveiled in front of Oak Hall on the Health Sciences Campus. Over the course of the next six weeks, all 10 buses will be wrapped in three different designs. Rolling billboards for the university, the...

New bus route plus new buses equals true transportation system

Dr. Mark Allen Poisel, vice president for enrollment and student affairs, has made it clear that Undergraduate Move-In Day isn’t just about moving students into Jaguar Park. “It’s about more than just the residence halls,” he said. “It’s what those residence halls allow us to do that we’ve not been...

MOB deck closing temporarily at 4 p.m. Friday

The Medical Office Building parking deck will be temporarily closed today by 4 p.m. for cleaning and re-striping. The deck will reopen by 6 a.m. Monday. Exit lanes will remain open so that cars can leave the deck, but entry lanes will be blocked with barricades. Employees that move their cars to...

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