Parking and Transportation

Charge

This initiative is focused on providing access to parking and sustainable transportation options for all Roadrunners, ensuring that the development of infrastructure is in alignment with UTSA’s strategic growth. This initiative supports UTSA’s bold vision for growing to upwards of 45,000 students, 2,000 faculty and 3,500 staff by 2028. Affordable, convenient parking and transportation options enhance the overall learning and workplace experience and is better for the environment.

View the Initiative Brief


Co-Leads

Clay Haverland, Co-Lead
Assistant Vice President for Campus Services

Elvira Leal, Co-Lead
Assistant Vice President for Community Relations

 


Timeline

September 2018
  • Initiative Launch
October 2018
  • Conduct inventory of existing parking assets
  • Meet with VIA to initiate discussion involving U-Pass program
November/December 2018
  • Conduct study of peers to determine parking space allocation levels
November 2018-January 2019
  • Investigate available options near Main Campus for additional parking
November 2018-February 2019
  • Secure agreement with VIA for U-Pass
December 2018
  • Begin investigating available options near Downtown Campus for additional parking
October 2018-August 2019
  • Design and construct new Resident Parking lot near Tobin Lab
August 2019
  • Launch Via U-Pass for all students and employees
June-December 2019
  • Promote VIA U-Pass program to all students and employees
August 2019-June 2020
  • Alamo Commutes (AAMPO) program research and development of transportation options
Summer 2022
  • Bexar County leases additional parking space to UTSA near the School of Data Science/National Security Collaboration Center