SUNY Plattsburgh Shuttle to Ease Parking Congestion
SUNY Plattsburgh will lose some prime parking space this fall as work continues on the old Hudson Hall building and construction begins on a new building to house the School of Business and Economics and the computer science program.
In an effort to ease this congestion, the college has partnered with Clinton County Public Transit through College Auxiliary Services and made a parking shuttle available for students, faculty and staff.
On days classes are in session, the green-and-white SUNY Plattsburgh Parking Shuttle bus will make loops around campus, three times each hour, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., with a 30-minute break for lunch from 12:10 to 12:40 p.m.
Because of the wealth of parking space available behind Sibley Hall, college officials are encouraging staff, faculty and off-campus students to park there and take the shuttle to reach other destinations on campus.
Everyone who parks in this lot — or in any other on campus — needs to have a hang-tag parking permit. Permits may be obtained by registering through My.Plattsburgh.edu. Those parking without a permit will be ticketed.
The shuttle route includes stops by Sibley Hall, Feinberg Library, Ward Hall, Hawkins Hall, Kehoe Administrative Building and Angell College Center. These are marked by a small, red-and-white SUNY Shuttle sign with the designated pick-up times listed on it.
The service is free to all faculty, staff and students with a valid SUNY Plattsburgh ID. Following a two-week grace period at the start of the fall semester, individuals who do not have a college ID are still welcome to ride but will be charged $1 per trip.
The shuttle is handicapped accessible.
For information on parking at SUNY Plattsburgh, contact the University Police Parking Office at 518-564-4026.