Service Advisories: Campus Transportation, Parking, & Traffic
Changes/additions to campus transportation services and traffic notices are posted here as needed for campus community and visitors. For the most up to date information, be sure to turn your radio to UB-Alert 1620 AM
During severe weather or campus emergencies, please consult emergency.buffalo.edu for the status of campus services.
Traffic & Parking
- North Campus Lake LaSalle lot advisory Wed. 5/4 to Fri. 5/6
- On Wednesday, May 4, Half of the Lake LaSalle Lot will be reserved to allow for preparation for two events later in the week.
- On Thursday and Friday (May 5 and 6) the entire lot will be reserved for event parking.
- Parking is available in adjacent lots, inclusive of Alumni, Arena, and Stadium lots.
- We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. On Friday afternoon it will re-open for use by the entire University community.
- End of Semester Schedule Changes Begin 5/9
- A special Exam schedule will be in effect Mon. 5/9 - Fri. 5/13; and on Sat. 5/14. View schedules.
- On Sun. 5/15 Stampede buses will follow the regular Spring Weekend schedule.
- The 24/7 Extension buses will operate through Sat. 5/14.
- The Late Night Fun Run buses will NOT operate during Exam Week.
- North Campus and Blue Line shuttles will follow their normal schedule through exams.
- Green Line will follow a reduced schedule of 7 am - 5:30 pm through Fri. 5/13.
- Mall/Market will conclude spring service on Sat. 5/14 with a reduced schedule.
About UB-Alert 1620 AM: UB'S Campus Advisory & Parking Radio Station
Where's the best place to park at UB? What entrance should you use during football games? Detoured by construction? Get around campus faster and easier by tuning to UB-Alert 1620 AM. UB now operates its own low-power advisory radio station, similar to the one used by the New York State Thruway Authority. UB-Alert 1620 broadcasts up to the minute messages regarding campus parking, transportation, special events and emergency situations, 24 hours a day. Messages can be heard in a five-mile radius of both campuses.
All messages must meet FCC guidelines and will be broadcast at the discretion of the Campus Advisory & Parking Team. Requests for alerts must be made at least two weeks in advance, except in the case of an emergency.