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Route 47 (RELLIS) serves RELLIS. Full service will run every day of the week with two stops on Main Campus and RELLIS Campus each.


Hours of operation:

  • Monday–Friday: Service begins from Main Campus at 7am and ends with the last bus leaving RELLIS Campus at 9:30pm
  • Saturday–Sunday: Service begins from Main Campus at 9am and ends with the last bus leaving RELLIS Campus at 5:30pm

During Break Service, buses operate Monday through Friday only, from 7 am to 6 pm. Weekend & Night Service is not offered during this time.


A&M campus bus stops:

  • Old Main Dr.
  • North Bizzell Rd. across the pedestrian path from Wisenbaker

RELLIS campus bus stops:

  • Blinn College and Alliance Academic Complex Lot 1000
  • Center for Infrastructural Renewal (CIR) and Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) Lot 8535


General Information

All of the RELLIS campus not behind the secure gates at Flight Line requires purchasing a RELLIS permit, having a Texas A&M permit with the vehicle license plate registered, paying by the hour to park, or driving a vehicle with exempt a disabled veteran or license plates.

Texas A&M permits are not valid in the following RELLIS campus lots:

  • Academic Lot 1000 - Student parking for Blinn and Texas A&M students is located to the east of the academic building and has 1288 spaces
  • CIR/TTI Lot 8535 - Parking for the Center for Infrastructure Renewal and the Texas A&M Transportation Institute is located in front of the building and has 726 spaces

Log into your account at transport.tamu.edu/account. Use the option at the bottom left side of the page under (Blinn Students). Then use your Blinn College login credentials.

Log in at transport.tamu.edu/account. Use the option located on the bottom right side of the screen to "Request a Login ID for Nonaffiliates". Complete the information and your login credentials will be emailed to you. You can then log in on the right side of the page under "Visitors, Contractors, Vendors, SSC Employees and all others" section and purchase the "RELLIS Lot 1000 Contracted" permit.

Display your disabled placard on the vehicle registered when you paid by the hour to park or purchased your annual permit.



Parking

General Questions

  • Lots 1000 and 8535: Customers needing to park at RELLIS should use the Parkmobile app (Zone 7743 for Lot 1000; Zone 7742 for all other areas) or pay stations to pay by the hour or go online to purchase a RELLIS permit. Customers with Texas A&M permits may purchase a reduced priced RELLIS Add-On permit online.
  • TEEX Law Lot: Requires registering in the building to receive a TEEX Law permit.
  • Effective Feb. 25, 2019, All other RELLIS lots not behind the secure gates at Flight Line: Require purchasing a RELLIS permit, having an A&M permit with the vehicle license plate registered, paying by the hour to park or driving a vehicle with disabled veteran or exempt license plates.

No, RELLIS is a separate campus within the Texas A&M System. Customers needing to park at RELLIS should use the Parkmobile app (Zone 7743 for Lot 1000; Zone 7742 for all other areas) or pay stations to pay by the hour or go online to purchase an annual permit.

Permits for the current academic year are sold online only and are on sale now. Permits for the next academic year are sold online only and go on sale each year on August 1.

2018–2019 annual permits are $310, and are valid Aug. 11, 2018–Aug. 9, 2019. (see prorated permit pricing).

2019 Spring Semester permits will be $150 and are valid Jan. 12, 2019 - May 11, 2019. These permits are non-refundable.

No, RELLIS permits are not valid on the Texas A&M campus.

No, RELLIS permits are not valid on the Texas A&M campus.

For students attending classes after 5 p.m. or on weekends there is a RELLIS night/weekend permit valid from 5 p.m. - 6 a.m. and all day on weekends.

2018–2019 annual night/weekend permits are $99, and the permit is valid August 11, 2018–August 9, 2019.

2019 Spring Semester night/weekend permits are $50 and are valid January 12, 2019 - May 11, 2019. These permits are non-refundable.

Yes, there is motorcycle parking at RELLIS.

Yes, permit or hourly payment is required to park a motorcycle at RELLIS. Motorcycle permits are available for sale online.

2018–2019 annual motorcycle permits are $99 (see prorated permit pricing), and the permit is valid August 11, 2018–August 9, 2019.

2019 Spring Semester pemits are $50 and are valid January 12, 2019 - May 11, 2019. These permits are non-refundable.

Blinn motorcycle permits are not valid at RELLIS.

No, your RELLIS motorcycle permit is not valid on the Texas A&M campus

No, your RELLIS permit is not valid for events held on the Texas A&M Campus.

Faculty/Staff

If you are an employee at the RELLIS Campus, purchase the virtual “RELLIS” permit. This permit is valid anywhere on the RELLIS campus, except at the TEEX Law Enforcement Agency (bldg 7751) and behind the secure gate on Flightline Road. Enter your license plate number at the time of purchase. The cost is $310 (see prorated permit pricing) annually.

  • Lots 1000 and 8535: Customers needing to park at RELLIS should use the Parkmobile app (Zone 7743 for Lot 1000; Zone 7742 for all other areas) or pay stations to pay by the hour or go online to purchase a RELLIS permit. Customers with Texas A&M permits may purchase a reduced priced RELLIS Add-On permit online. Add the “RELLIS Add on” permit to your waitlist and you will be notified when you can make the purchase.

  • TEEX Law Lot: Requires registering in the building to receive a TEEX Law permit.
  • Effective Feb. 25, 2019, All other RELLIS lots not behind the secure gates at Flight Line: Require purchasing a RELLIS permit, having an A&M permit with the vehicle license plate registered, paying by the hour to park or driving a vehicle with disabled veteran or exempt license plates.

If you work in a unit that is pre-existing at the RELLIS campus, your permit cost will be half-price transitioning to full price August 1, 2019. The implementation date for this group is scheduled for February 25, 2019.

Departments will be able to purchase a Texas A&M Campus permit that can be checked out by employees on an as-needed basis to display when they visit the Texas A&M Campus. Employees that travel to the Texas A&M Campus more often can request and purchase their own Texas A&M Campus permit.

Visitors

Pay by the hour visitor parking is available on the RELLIS Campus. Visitor parking may be paid via the Parkmobile app or at the pay stations in the lot using Zone 7743. Sign up for Parkmobile with your email, license plate and payment method. Once registered you may begin to use Parkmobile immediately to pay by the hour.

Department Guests, Group Event and Conference Parking

Yes, departments may choose to set up a ParkMobile account to pay for guest parking online. Guest license plate information will be required to begin the parking session.

Guests should contact their department or event sponsor for parking information.

The Transportation Services Special Event unit provides scheduling for parking, traffic devices and officer support for all your special event, conference and department guest needs. Requests are fulfilled based upon availability. Please complete the Special Event Parking Request Form to request services for your event. Transportation Services will then contact you with parking options and availability. For questions, please contact our Visitor Conference Coordinator at 979.862.2551.



Enforcement

If you enter your license plate incorrectly, you will be cited. You can file an appeal and include your correct plate number.

To correct a license plate number, log into your account and update your information.

You may register 1 vehicle during the purchase process. You log into your parking account to add up to 2 additional vehicles to your permit after the purchase process is complete.

Enter the tag number during the purchase process just as if it was a regular license plate.

Texas law requires both front and back plates be displayed on your vehicle. If you have only one plate, it must be facing the drive aisle. No anti-camera coverings can be used on the plate facing the drive aisle.



Additional Info

If you have questions, feel free to call Transportation Services at 979-862-7275 or email parking@tamu.edu.

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