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The latest information on parking and construction at San Antonio College.
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Parking and Construction Update

  Update (11/19/12) The Playland Parking location has been improved with lighting.
  Update (11/02/12):   West Evergreen is now closed between Howard and Main St. It will remain closed for the duration of the construction for the Tobin Lofts at San Antonio College. 

 Construction has begun at Parking Lot 26 between W. Evergreen and W. Park. Approximately one-third of the parking lot has been lost to construction fencing and equipment.

Park at Playland, ride free shuttle to campus

  San Antonio College students and staff have a new option in off-campus parking this fall with the opening of a parking lot at the old Playland Park location.  Two shuttle buses will operate from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day and run every 15 minutes between the parking lot and the campus.   

An Alamo Colleges parking permit is necessary to park at this off-campus location. playland_map2 

This parking location will supplement the parking lost to construction projects on   campus. Students, staff and construction workers are encouraged to park at the location.    

Located at 2222 N. Alamo, the Playland Park lot is about 1.4 miles from SAC and can accommodate approximately 650 cars. The 40-passenger shuttle will drop passengers off near the Fletcher Administration Center at Dewey and Lewis.

The last shuttle will leave  the campus at 6 p.m. The parking area is fenced, lighted and there will be security monitoring.

Click on the Google map here: http://goo.gl/maps/q9J8h 

 

Getting there:  
 

From SAC: Head east on E. Dewey toward Ogden. Continue on W. Josephine. Turn left onto N. Alamo – parking entrance will be on the right.  
From US 281 North - exit Mulberry then turn left, go under the overpass and the parking lot is on the left at the intersection of Josephine and N. Alamo. The entrance is from N. Alamo.  
From US 281 South – take St. Mary’s St.  exit toward Stadium Drive. Slight right onto N. St. Mary’s St., then slight right onto E. Mulberry.  Turn right onto Broadway, left onto N. Alamo St./Cunningham Ave. Continue to follow N. Alamo – parking will be on the left.    
From I-35 – take exit 158C to N. Alamo/Broadway. Turn right on N. Alamo.  The parking is on the right.   

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