CHANGES IN STORE FOR TEXAS TECH STUDENTS PARKING IN TOWN AND COUNTRY LOT
May 13, 2005
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: May 13, 2005
CONTACT: Sally Logue Post, email@example.com
LUBBOCK – Texas Tech students who park in the Town and Country parking lot at Fourth
Street and University Avenue or on the dirt areas along Brownfield Highway on the
north side of the campus must find new parking places beginning Monday (May 16).
Construction of the Marsha Sharp Freeway will close the areas to parking. Cars parked
in those areas are likely to be towed. Parking will remain for customers of the Hastings
The Town and Country lot has been used in recent months as a satellite lot for Texas
Tech student parking. No satellite permits will be sold for the summer terms. Students
purchasing commuter parking stickers for the summer term may park in any commuter
lots or in residence hall parking areas.
In the fall, a new 1,500 space satellite parking lot located southwest of the Texas
Tech University Health Sciences Center will replace the satellite parking in the Town
and Country lot. The lot will be served by regular bus service through the campus.
After 3 p.m., students with permits for this lot may park in any commuter lot.
Also for the fall semester, students may purchase commuter parking stickers for lots
on the north and west sides of the campus.
More information on parking for both summer sessions and the fall semester is available
on the Office of Traffic and Parking’s Web site at www.parking.ttu.edu.