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Melinda Anderson, Director
Melinda Anderson, CAPP

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A limited number of day passes are sold per location on a daily basis. These passes may be purchased in advance or at the President St. Garage attendant’s booth for same day use. Please click the link above for additional information.

Road Closure—Bee Street Between Ehrhardt and President Streets

SCE&G will be setting the new power pole on the north west corner of President and Bee Streets on Saturday and Sunday, December 6 and 7.  Access to the President Street garage over the weekend will be from Wescott Court and Cannon Street and from President if approaching from the crosstown.  Access to the President Street entrance will not be available if approaching from the south on President Street.

Beginning on Monday and continuing through the week Bee Street will be closed from President to Ehrhardt so that the conductors can be connected between the new pole and the Bee Street SCE&G substation.

During the week the Bee Street exit from the President Street garage will be open to the greatest extent possible.   If necessary to limit exits onto Bee Street at any time, signs will be posted inside the garage.  No entrances or other exits will be affected by this work.   

This road closure is authorized by the Charleston Traffic & Transportation Department.   T&T will post detour routes, and SCE&G will have traffic management staff on duty.




To help members of the MUSC community and MUSC customers obtain services and solutions for their MUSC-related parking and transit needs.


The Office of Parking Management’s vision is to effectively carry out its leadership role in the university’s on-going effort to create a parking system which meets the university’s myriad and complex needs.

Recognizing that this is a long-term process, the Office of Parking Management’s over-riding vision is to operate the parking system in such a way that all customers are served in a helpful , balanced, prompt, effective, efficient, respectful and courteous way.

This can be done by providing services as requested where reasonable and possible to do so; by providing alternate solutions; by providing education and information about the parking system which helps the customer meet his or her needs; and, always, by providing attentive, prompt, and courteous service to each customer.

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