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2018 Student Satisfaction Survey April 12-20

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2018 Student Satisfaction Survey is available from April 12-20

Parking & Transit Services wants to hear from students – How are we doing?

Please take the online survey (takes 5-7 minutes) before April 20.

Those who complete all the required questions on the survey will be given the option to enter a drawing to receive an Apple iPad!

Questions will ask about:

  • Customer Service
  • Services Provided
  • Improvements over the years
  • Outreach & Education Activities
  • T Bus
  • Feedback – any specific question, concern, or ideas

Audience: Currently enrolled students at the University of Tennessee (The survey is specific to parking and transit at the Knoxville campus.)

If you have any questions, please contact Moira Bindner, Communications & Customer Service Manager, UT Parking & Transit Services at 865-974-6031 or

Let us know how we are doing!


Spring Football – Orange and White Game – April 21

2018 Orange and White Parking Map FINAL

Please be aware on Saturday April 21st there are an extensive number of events occurring on campus. Selected areas are available for Orange and White Spring Football Game Parking. Other areas may be serving the SEC Tennis Tournament, Play at Clarence Brown, UT Men’s Baseball, Cirque de Soleil, etc. 

Please follow lot attendant instructions


Parking is free in designated areas for the Orange & White Game in the following lots and garages:

  • G1 (McClung Garage)
  • G10 (Enter off Neyland Drive)
  • G11 (Lake Avenue Garage) (C spaces only)
  • G12 (White Avenue Garage) (S and C spaces)
  • G13 (11th Street Garage)
  • G15 (Vol Hall Garage; Section accessed from White Avenue only)
  • G16 (Volunteer Boulevard; Levels G-2 only)
Surface Lots
  • AG Campus (Bus and ADA shuttles provided starting at 11 am)
  • C22 (Todd Helton Drive and Volunteer Boulevard)
  • GF2, GF3, GF4 (Fraternity lots off Todd Helton Drive)
  • S23 (Natalie Haslam Music Center and Clarence Brown Theater)
  • SC40 (Kingston Pike Building; bus and ADA shuttles provided starting at 11 am)
  • S7A (Cumberland Avenue near Second Creek)
  • S9-A (Art & Architecture)
ADA Parking (valid placard required)
  • Lots 4/5 near Gate 10 Neyland Stadium
  • AG Campus (Shuttles provided)
Reserved Parking

The following areas are and require special permits:

  • G5 (Upper level of Administrative Garage)
  • S30 (Surface lot behind Communications Building)
  • C8 (Lake Loudoun Boulevard and Volunteer Boulevard)

There is no Orange and White gameday parking in the following areas:

  • All N parking lots (Reserved for residential students)
  • S12 (Reserved for another campus event)
  • S28 (Chamique Holdsclaw Drive)
  • S23D (Steam Plant)
  • S37 (Caledonia Avenue)
  • G14 (Pratt Pavilion)
  • Circle Park

Parking Downtown Knoxville

FREE parking for the Orange and White game on Saturday April 21st is available near downtown. Hop on the free and convenient Orange Line Trolley to campus. Plenty of choices of places to eat for lunch before the game or dinner afterwards.

Here are the top 3 we recommend:

  • Market Square Garage
  • State Street Garage
  • Locust Street Garage

Orange and White shuttle service to campus begins at 11 am. The buses will unload and load in the Circle Park area and return trips will begin at halftime.

Lots with bus and ADA shuttle service:

  1. AG Campus
  2. SC40 Kingston Pike Building (2309 Kingston Pike)
Knoxville Area Transit (KAT) Service

Knoxville Area Transit (KAT) will NOT run gameday shuttles from Downtown, Market Square or Farragut High School for the Orange and White Game.

KAT will operate its regular Saturday service. Generate your personal trip plan here.

KAT will also be operating the FREE Orange line for the Trolley from downtown to Cumberland Ave.

RV Parking

No RV parking is available on campus.

Limited parking is available at the Civic Coliseum for $35, however no shuttle service is provided. We suggest you call the Knoxville Coliseum in advance 865-544-5399 to determine availability.

Now how to get to campus: KAT will also be operating the Blue Line Trolley with a stop at Civic Coliseum and then transfer to the Orange Line Trolley to Campus. (FREE)

Navigating the Cone Zone (maneuvering construction and road closures)

We strongly recommend:

Enter campus from Neyland Drive or Joe Johnson Dr

Please note the following closures or construction:

  • Phillip Fulmer Way will be closed from Cumberland Ave to Peyton Manning Pass starting at 8 am Saturday April 21.
  • Peyton Manning Pass and an aditional portion of Phillip Fulmer Way to G10 will close at 11 am
  • Volunteer Boulevard Streetscape Improvement Project by Hodges, Haslam, McClung Tower, and Bailey/Claxton is ONLY one lane in each direction from Cumberland Ave to Peyton Manning Pass. (You may want to avoid this area.)

Additional information at UT Sports/Gameday web page

No T bus service Fri March 30 due to Spring Recess

The University of Tennessee Knoxville will be closed on Friday March 30th for Spring Recess.

  • Friday March 30th – NO bus service – Fort, Neyland, Hill, Late Nite, Link, Access, ORNL and JIAM
  • Saturday March 31st – there will be limited Link service at night
  • Sunday April 1st – normal Late Nite and Link service resume

Transportation alternative around campus and to downtown – Knoxville Trolley and IT’S FREE

The Orange line operates:

  • Friday- from 7 am to 10 pm – every 15 minutes
  • Saturday – from 9 am to 10 pm – every 15 minutes

The Orange route goes through campus, down to University Commons and then proceeds to downtown Knoxville.

KAT Trolley Orange Line from campus to University Commons and Downtown Knoxville

If you need other options for transportation around Knoxville, KAT’s transit system will be operational. You can go to the KAT site and plan your trip with google planner here.

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