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Last updated on Tuesday, August 25, 2009
(BLOOMINGTON, IN) - Most Indiana University students will be moving into their dorm rooms and other residential facilities today.
The Indiana University Campus has the six largest student resident populations in the United States.
Beginning at 7:00AM, IU Police will have 75 uniformed officers on duty to help with swelling traffic and parking.
Indiana University Police Department recommends the following routes to smooth the build up of traffic.
Unless a person has business on the IU campus, police advise they avoid the streets running through and adjacent to the University during high traffic times.
Although students have been moving in throughout the week, Wednesday is expected to be the main move-in day.
Police require that student drivers move their vehicles to larger parking lots after unloading.
Student lots are located at the 10th St Lot, the Jordan Ave Garage, and the athletic parking lots, etc.
For quickest access to Briscoe, McNutt and Foster Quads, use 17th Street and Fee Lane from the north.
For quickest access to Eigenmann, Ashton, Teter and Wright Residence Halls use 10th Street from the east.
For quickest access to Forest, Read or Willkie use 3rd Street from the east or west.
For quickest access to Collins Center, use 10th Street or 7th St from the west.
The Bloomington Police and Indiana State Police will be assisting motorists entering Bloomington and traveling throughout the city.
For non-emergencies contact Bloomington Police at 339-4477 or the IU Police Department at 855-4111.
If an emergency exists call 911.
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