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Cincinnati State Expands Free Parking Iniative

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Cincinnati State officials announces plans to expand free offsite parking for students when the Early Fall Term begins September 7th.

Enrollment is much larger than expected this year so the free parking program has been installed to support the large number of students.

The old plan was that a lot located in Northside was anticipated to lease 200 parking spaces during the day and 100 in the evening which is less than 2 miles from campus.

The revised plan will lease 475 spaces during the day and 375 in the evening at the Greater Bethlehem Temple Church newer the intersection with Ashtree Drive.

Shuttle buses will also be available to transport students.

 

 

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