UTSA Commuter Parking Map

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For every student of University of Texas at San Antonio who has a plan to commute to campus, it is needed for you to check out the Commuter student permit. With this kind of permit, you are allowed to park in any Commuter student space on campus. If you are a new student and have no idea where is the Commuter student space on campus, the best thing that you can do is to check out the parking maps. Here is the link that will take you to these maps tap here.

There are a total of three maps included in the link. On these maps, the commuter parking is marked with orange, as informed by the guide. The first one is the parking map for the Main Campus, which is located in One UTSA Circle San Antonio, Texas 78249. In this location, there are nine places that are used as the commuter parking. Below is the list of each of them:

One UTSA Circle San Antonio, Texas 78249

  1. BR1: Bauerle Road Lot 1
  2. BK1: Brackenridge Avenue Lot 1
  3. BK2: Brackenridge Avenue Lot 2
  4. BK4: Brackenridge Avenue Lot 4
  5. BK5: Brackenridge Avenue Lot 5
  6. BS: Barshop Boulevard Lot
  7. EC1: East Campus Lot 1
  8. EC2: East Campus Lot 2
  9. EC3: East Campus Lot 3

The parking map for Main Campus is really colorful. As mentioned before, orange is for commuter parking. If you want to know the meaning of the other colors, here is for you:

  • Orange: Commuter parking
  • Navy: Resident H parking
  • Blue: Resident U parking
  • Blue sky: Disabled parking
  • Green: Reserved parking
  • Grey: Employee A parking
  • Yellow: Employee B parking
  • Pink: short term hourly parking
  • Deep blue: Garages

Apart from the colors, there are also a lot of abbreviations which can be confusing for those who are not familiar with them. The abbreviations included in the Main Campus map are as follows:

  • AC: Activity Center
  • AET: Applied Engineering and Technology
  • ART: Arts Building
  • Bos: Bosque Street Building
  • BSB: Biosciences Building
  • BSE: Biotechnology Sciences & Engineering
  • BB: Business Building
  • BRS: Tito Bradshaw Bicycle Repair Shop
  • BSA: Business Services Annex
  • CAR: Center for Archaeological Research
  • CRW: Central Receiving & Warehouse
  • CDC: Child Development Center
  • CC: Convocation Center
  • EB: Engineering Building
  • FSB: Facilities Services Building
  • FLN: Flawn Sciences Building
  • GH: Guadalupe Hall
  • GSR: Graduate School and Research Building
  • HSU: H-E-B Student Union
  • IA: Intercollegiate Athletics Building
  • JPL: John Peace Library
  • LST: Large-Scale Testing Laboratory
  • MB: Main Building
  • MBT: Margaret Batts Tobin Laboratories
  • MEM: MEMS Lab
  • MH: McKinney Humanities Building
  • MS: Multidisciplinary Studies Building
  • NPB: North Paseo Building
  • PDS: Power & Dynamic Systems Lab
  • RRC: Roadrunner Café
  • RWC: Recreation Wellness Center
  • SC: Sculpture & Ceramics
  • SCGS: Sculpture & Ceramics Graduate Studio
  • SEB: Science & Engineering Building
  • SEL: Science & Engineering Lab
  • SU: Student Union
  • TB: Transportation Building
  • TEP: Thermal Energy Plant
  • ACL: Activity Center Lot
  • BK1: Brackenridge Avenue Lot 1
  • BK2: Brackenridge Avenue Lot 2
  • BK4: Brackenridge Avenue Lot 4
  • BK5: Brackenridge Avenue Lot 5
  • BL: Bosque Street Lot
  • BR1: Bauerle Road Lot 1
  • BR2: Bauerle Road Lot 2
  • BR3: Bauerle Road Lot 3
  • BRG: Bauerle Road Garage
  • BS: Barshop Boulevard Lot
  • DL: Devine Avenue Lot
  • EC1: East Campus Lot 1
  • EC2: East Campus Lot 2
  • EC3: East Campus Lot 3
  • FL: Ford Lot
  • KCL: Key Circle Lot
  • R1: Resident Lot 1
  • R2: Resident Lot 2
  • R3: Resident Lot 3
  • R4: Resident Lot 4
  • R5: Resident Lot 5
  • TAG: Tobin Avenue Garage
  • XAG: Ximenes Avenue Garage
  • XL: Ximenes Avenue Lot

The second one is the parking map for Downtown Campus which is located at 501 W. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd. San Antonio, Texas 78207. In this location, there are six places that are marked with orange. These places include:

parking map for Downtown Campus which is located at 501 W. Cesar E

  1. Monterey Lot
  2. Durango Lot
  3. Cattleman’s Square Lot
  4. Lot D1
  5. Lot D2
  6. Lot D3

Just like the first map, this Downtown Campus parking map is also full of colors. Here is the meaning of each color:

  • Orange: Commuter parking
  • Blue sky: Disabled parking
  • Green: Reserved parking
  • Grey: Employee A parking
  • Yellow: Employee B parking
  • Pink: short term hourly parking
  • Deep blue: Garages

Unlike the first map, this map has less places featured on the map. The places that you are able to find on the second map include:

  • DV: Buena Vista Building
  • DB: Durango Building
  • FS: Frio Street Building
  • MNT: Monterey Building

The third one is the parking map for Institute of Texan Cultures that is located at 801 E. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd. San Antonio, TX 78205. Unlike in the first and the second one, there is no orange color seen on the map, even though the description includes the orange color. Instead of orange, the other colors that are seen include:

parking map for Downtown Campus which is located at 501 W. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd. San Antonio, Texas 78207

  • Blue sky: Disabled parking
  • Grey: Employee A parking
  • Yellow: Employee B parking
  • Pink: short term hourly parking
  • Purple: Shuttle & special event parking

There are seven places in the third map, such as:

  • ITC: Institute of Texan Cultures
  • LC: Log Cabin
  • GN: Barn
  • SH: School House
  • FT: Fort
  • AH: Adobe House
  • EP: East Patio

In order to understand the UTSA commuter parking map, there is no best thing other than checking on the map by yourself. The link that will direct you to these maps has been mentioned before. If there are any questions about these maps, you are suggested to reach out the representative of University of Texas at San Antonio. There are several ways that you can try. The best one is to call its phone number, which is 210 458 7275. By dialing the number, you will be able to get in touch with them directly, meaning you will be able to get the fast response. If you do not feel like talking with them over the phone and you prefer typing the message, then sending an email to campusservices@utsa.edu is recommended. If no one of these options is for you, you might want to consider to visit one of the campus of University of Texas at San Antonio.

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