Parking registration is a personal obligation. Parking permits are the property
of Texas A&M University and are issued to a specific individual. Ownership is
not transferable. By obtaining a parking permit, the permit holder agrees to become
familiar with the rules and regulations and abide by the regulations set forth in
the text contained within.
Parking permits are renewed annually. Persons who have an outstanding balance with
Transportation Services at the end of the parking year will not receive a permit
until their account is satisfied.
Permit holders are urged to protect their permits from theft by locking their vehicles.
If a permit, placard or access device is lost or stolen, the loss should be reported
to Transportation Services, in person, immediately. There is a $10.00 fee for replacement
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Visitor Parking & Temporary Permits
Faculty and staff should contact the parking representative in their department or login to My Account to purchase an employee guaranteed permit.
Budgeted faculty and staff who purchase a permit are eligible for Automatic Payroll Deduction.
When you leave a department or separate from the University and there is time remaining
in the permit year, you may be entitled to a refund. Refunds are prorated weekly,
in order to take full advantage please return your permit to Transportation Services
as soon as possible.
In order to ensure communication between your transponder and the antenna on the
garage, please attach it to the inside, upper middle edge of the windshield just
below the line of tinted glass. Place it just to the left of your hangtag
so that the view of your parking permit is not obstructed.
Attach the transponder by peeling the clear backing and pressing it firmly to the glass. Upon entering the drive lane of the garage, stop
just in front of the gate and it will open within 2 – 5 seconds.
IMPORTANT NOTE : The new transponders use the same technology as
the Houston Toll Tag system and are designed to be mounted to the windshield; holding
the transponder in your hand will greatly reduce or prevent the readability of the
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