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Office of Administration announces alternative parking options for State of Missouri employees in Jefferson City

May 28, 2019

JEFFERSON CITY – The Office of Administration announced yesterday alternative parking options for State of Missouri team members working in Jefferson City due to the flooding of parking lots in the Capitol Complex area.

Parking at the Harry S Truman Building (301 W. High St.), Broadway Building (221 W. High St.), and the James C. Kirkpatrick State Information Center (600 W. Main St.) will be very limited from Tuesday, May 28 through Friday, May 31.

Due to very limited parking spaces available, employees who work at these buildings should make alternative arrangements and use an option below:

If possible, employees should plan to use carpooling and/or be dropped off for work at these buildings to the greatest extent possible.
If employees are unable to use carpooling and/or be dropped off, employees who show their state ID will be able to ride all Jefferson City bus routes for free. All bus routes are available on the JEFFTRAN website. A downloadable app is also available and shows all bus routes, live bus locations, and live ETA for all bus stops.
Employees can also park in one of the remote shuttle lots available if the above options are not possible:

Shuttle Lot #1 – South and southwest Capitol Mall parking lot (Sears area). An express bus route will run from this location to the Truman Building.
Shuttle lot #2 – Lower Missouri State Penitentiary parking lot. An express bus route will run from this location to the Truman Building.
The buses at the Capitol Mall and Missouri State Penitentiary will run from 6:40 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Staff from the Office of Administration’s Division of Facilities Management, Design and Construction (FMDC) will be stationed at parking lots to direct employees who are not aware of these options.

The Office of Administration is asking for all employees to please work together and work through the flooding and severe weather damage issues facing Jefferson City. The Office of Administration thanks employees for their cooperation and patience.

Employees with questions can call FMDC at (573) 751-3339.