Valet Parking Introduced at Florida International University

Jaylen Waddle
Jaylen Waddle

florida international universityParking on campus has long been one of most popular gripes of college students. But Florida International University has found a solution for its parking problems – valet! The West Miami-Dade campus has 38,000 students and 14,000 parking spaces, and it doesn’t take a math major to know that some students are going to be left scrambling for a space to make it to class in time.
The valet service is an experiment, with the pilot program running for three months. The service costs $5 for the first two hours and up to $12 per day; campus parking meters cost $1 per hour and up to $8 per day.
Columbia University in NYC is beginning a similar service, while USC currently charges $10 for the first two hours for its valet service.
Via: USAToday and Miami Herald

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