Parking during a Visit to the
University of North Texas
Campus

 

The University of North Texas is located in the city of Denton at the convergence of Interstates 35, 35E, and 35W. It is 37 miles from Dallas via Interstate 35E and 35 miles from Fort Worth via Interstate 35W. Free commuter shuttle service is available to and from both cities for UNT students.

The university has two exits on Interstate 35E: Avenue D and McCormick.

If you are coming from Fort Worth on Interstate 35W or from Oklahoma on Interstate 35, turn onto Interstate 35E and use the Avenue D exit. Cross over the interstate to reach the Information Booth at the Gateway Center (1). It is located on the right side of the street at the intersection of Avenue E (North Texas Avenue) and Eagle. The booth provides provides courtesy parking permits and directions.

If you are coming from Dallas via Interstate 35E, use the Avenue D exit, turn right off of the frontage road at the bridge across the highway, and follow along the road to the Information Booth at the Gateway Center (1). It is located on the right side of the street at the intersection of Avenue E (North Texas Avenue) and Eagle. The booth provides provides courtesy parking permits and directions.

The information booth (2) at the intersection of Chestnut and Avenue C also provides courtesy parking permits and directions.

 

Aerial Photo provided by the North Central Texas Council of Governments - Map provided by Eugene C. Hargrove


 
 

 

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