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BYU announces changes to campus parking permits, UTA Education Passes

Brigham Young University recently announced changes to the 2005-2006 parking permit and UTA Education Pass Program.

Students who provide vehicle registration information are eligible for a free parking permit good in 28 parking lots around campus. To learn more or to apply for a permit, click on the “Parking Registration” option in Route Y.

UTA Education Passes will be provided to students at a deeply discounted rate from the normal $47 monthly fee. For more information, go to rideuta.com/UTAinfo/fares.aspx.

UTA passes can be picked up at the following locations: ID Center (2300 Wilkinson Student Center), Information Desk (2310 WSC), and OneStop Student Services in the Wilkinson Student Center.

For further information about parking and UTA passes, call (801)422-2387.

Writer: James McCoy

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