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06/09/2020 HYU News > General > 포토뉴스

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[On-the-spot] “Where Did All the Cars Go?” After the Opening of the Parking Gate

“Parking areas for students” noticeable reduction of ground-level parking from vehicle control

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From the operation of the "Industrial Center Parking Gate" from June 1, there has been a noticeable drop in the numbers of vehicles on campus. Parked cars disappeared due to ordinary vehicles being virtually restricted from entering designated areas. Most of the parking has been relocated to parking lots built below the Track and Field, with signs set up at the existing parking areas that green areas or rest areas are to be created.
 

In line with the launch of the underground parking lot at the Track and Field, the Property Management Team plans to strengthen ground-level parking management and create a pedestrian-centered, pleasant, and safe campus.
 

▲ Only authorized vehicles can enter the parking gate installed under the passageways between the Industrial Center and the Engineering Building 2.
 
▲ A vehicle is entering the parking lot installed underground beneath the Track and Field. The number of available parking spaces can be checked at the entrance.
▲ The view of the parking lot in front of the Industrial Center (Advanced Materials & Chemical Engineering Building) from the Amphitheater.
▲ The view of the parking lot in front of the Industrial Center from the Hanyang University Museum. No vehicles are parked.
▲ A green space construction notice is installed at the parking space in front of the Advanced Materials & Chemical Engineering Building.
▲ Flower pots are located instead of vehicles at the parking lot in front of the Information Technology / Bio Technology building.
▲ A green space construction notice is installed at the parking space in front of the Information Technology / Bio Technology.
▲ General vehicles cannot be seen even in the Graduate School parking lot.
▲ Vehicles usually parked along the back road of the Paiknam Academic Information Center & Library cannot be seen, and instead flower pots are placed.
▲ Parked vehicles cannot be seen in front of the College of Education either. Parking is not possible due to the placement of flower pots.




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Translation by: Park Gyeong-min
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