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ATTN: e-ride service ends on Thursday, May 11, 2017.  Shuttles for both the e-ride on-demand and the e-ride fixed routes will stop at 2am on Friday, May 12th. e-ride does not operate during the summer.
For Security Escorts during the summer, please contact Police Communications at 940-565-3003.
Service will be operated by UNT Transportation Services utilizing student drivers and dispatchers to take the calls for service.

e-ride on demand – Call 940-565-3014 - e-ride is not available during the summer. If you need a  Security Escort, please contact Police Communications at 940-565-3003.
A dispatcher will be available to take calls:
Monday – Thursday from 9pm to 2am
Friday – Sunday from 4pm to 2am

e-ride fixed routes -
North and South routes operate:
Monday – Thursday 7pm to 7am
Friday – Sunday 4pm to 7am

E-ride North Route 

E-ride South Route

Additional information:

  1. Service will be on–campus only for students with a valid student ID
  2. E-ride on-demand callers will give a first name, requested pick up location and destination at the time of call
  3. Vehicle will arrive in approximately 10 minutes. Actual response time may vary.
  4. When possible a designated pick up location will be identified by the dispatcher
  5. Other students can board the bus at the pick-up location by showing a valid student ID. The drivers will wait 5 minutes for the original caller to board before departing.
  6. Drivers will stand by at destinations to assure passengers safely enter structures or vehicles whenever possible
  7. Vehicles will be UNT marked, 14 passengers, lift equipped mini buses with direct communication to dispatchers
  8. Drivers will be in uniform


Important Road Notice

Traffic control efforts will be in effect for this road closure. Parking on North and South sides of Maple will not be available during this street closure.

Please check back for further updates as this project continues...

The 35Express project is scheduled to open new southbound collector/distributor lanes on I-35E between the Sam Rayburn Tollway and the President George Bush Turnpike on Saturday, Feb. 4. 

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Bus Routes and Schedules

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Important Information for Students and Parents

10.3.1 Process

A vehicle may be immobilized or impounded for any of the following reasons:

• Accumulating three or more past due citations,

• Displaying a permit reported lost or stolen,

• Displaying a permit which has been altered or replicated,

• Parking in lots designated for special events,

• Failing to have any visible identifying numbers (VIN number, License plate)

• Flagrant violation of UNT parking regulations, or

• Any other reason authorized by law.

If the driver or owner of the vehicle arrives after the immobilization or impoundment process has begun, the process will be completed and fee applied. University Community Service Officers or Police Officers cannot accept payment to prevent or stop this process. The vehicle driver or owner must go to the Transportation Services office to resolve all outstanding debt for the vehicle to be released. Impounded vehicles are released through Transportation Services during normal business hours and through UNT Police Communications outside of normal business hours.

10.3.2 Liability

UNT is not responsible for any damage to a vehicle during immobilization, impound, relocation, or storage.

10.3.3 Fees

A scofflaw or towing fee, in addition to any citation fine, is charged to the permit holder or registered owner of the vehicle. Payment in full of all outstanding citation fines, scofflaw fees, and tow fees is required prior to release of the vehicle. Should the vehicle not be claimed or the fines/fees are not paid in full the vehicle may be disposed of in accordance with State law. See Appendix C - for current fees.

10.3.4 Restrictions

Any unauthorized tampering or removal of an immobilization device may result in criminal prosecution.


11.4.1 Procedures

All individuals believing a parking citation was issued in error may appeal the citation. Citation appeals must be filed within 15 calendar days of date the citation is issued. Citation appeals are filed online at (guest accounts can be created). Appeals cannot be submitted following the 15th day after issuance. Citation appeals will be reviewed by an Appeals Officer. The Appeals Officer will make a determination consistent with these regulations. The Appeals Officer’s determination is final. No further action may be taken.

11.4.2 Restrictions

The parking appeals process applies to UNT parking violations only. City parking and traffic citations must be cleared through the Municipal Court of the City of Denton, Texas, on or before the time and date stated on the citation. Citations resulting in vehicle impoundment may be appealed through the normal appeal process but must be paid before the vehicle is released.


Due to Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) regulations, our offices cannot discuss information or answer questions related to a student account with parents unless the correct documentation is filled out and submitted. Click here for a copy of the form. 
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Move In Day Parking: Making plans to moving to UNT? Check out our Fall Move-In Day parking map to help plan a swift and easy move! Click here and find our map at the bottom of the page in the MoveIn/Out Day section!

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