USC Moreton Bay Temporary Carpark closure - Monday 7 September 2020 - University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

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USC Moreton Bay Temporary Carpark closure - Monday 7 September 2020

3 Sep 2020

The USC Moreton Bay Temporary Carpark will be closed on Monday 7 September to enable Moreton Bay Regional Council to lay the final asphalt to 'Road 2' leading to the carpark.

As with previous closures, free carparking will be available in the multi-level Carpark 1 next to the Foundation Building. Please see the USC Moreton Bay Parking and Pedestrian Access Map for further details.

When the Temporary Carpark reopens on Tuesday 8 September, access will be by USC staff or student ID swipe card only. Please also be mindful that there are construction works happening in the vicinity of the carpark entry and abide by the speed limit.

If you have any questions in relation to these works please contact the USC Moreton Bay Service Centre team at USCMB_Service_Centre@usc.edu.au.

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13 August 2020

USC Moreton Bay Temporary Carpark changes - effective Monday 17 August 2020

The Temporary Carpark at USC Moreton Bay will have a new entry/exit as of Monday 17 August 2020.

From this date, vehicles will have to turn right at the first set of traffic lights on Moreton Parade and then left into the carpark.

Please see the USC Moreton Bay Parking and Pedestrian Access Map on the USC website.

Please be mindful when exiting the carpark, as there will be heavy vehicle traffic on this road while Moreton Bay Regional Council continue their works on the site.

The Temporary Carpark will also be closed on Monday 24 August and Monday 31 August 2020 to finalise the installation of boom gates. On these two days, free car parking will be available in the multi-level Carpark 1 next to the Foundation Building.

From Monday 7 September 2020, although parking will remain free in the Temporary Carpark, access will be via USC staff or student ID swipe card. From this time, visitors can call SafeUSC upon arrival at the boom gate to gain access.

If you have any questions in relation to these works please contact the USC Moreton Bay Service Centre team on USCMB_Service_Centre@usc.edu.au.