COVID-19 parking and transit updates
How much revenue is generated from violations and fines?
FY2016 Actual: $1,356,839
FY2015 Actual: $1,564,960
FY2014 Actual: $1,567,271
FY2013 Actual: $1,522,468
FY2012 Actual: $1,789,583
FY2011 Actual: $1,851,362
FY2010 Actual: $1,899,356
FY2009 Actual: $1,921,945
FY2008 Actual: $1,495,317
FY2007 Actual: $1,879,164
FY2006 Actual: $2,251,207
FY2005 Actual: $2,089,928
How much money is expended on parking enforcement and traffic control?
FY2016 Actual: $2,947,720
FY2015 Actual: $2,934,317
FY2014 Actual: $2,853,682
FY2013 Actual: $2,710,770
FY2012 Actual: $2,753,228
FY2011 Actual: $2,540,350
FY2010 Actual: $2,312,643
FY2009 Actual: $2,570,803
FY2008 Actual: $2,298,183
FY2007 Actual: $2,157,543
FY2006 Actual: $2,084,945
FY2005 Actual: $2,265,567
What is the Parking Unit’s annual operating budget for expense and transfers?
FY 2017 Budgeted Expense: $19,870,260
FY 2017 Budgeted Debt Service: $4,612,200
What are the Parking Unit’s sources of income?
The Parking Unit of Transportation Services receives income (in order of importance) from permit sales, visitor parking, violations and fines and charging for services.
What percentage of the annual parking revenue is made up of citation fines versus permit and event charges?
58% permits, 36% Visitor parking & events, 6% citations
What is the Transit Unit’s annual operating budget for expense and transfers?
FY 2017 Budgeted Expense: $8,189,241
FY 2017 Budgeted Debt Service: $1,241,700
What are the Transit Unit’s sources of income?
The Transit Unit of Transportation Services receives allocations from the University Advancement Fee and charter services.
What is the total amount borrowed for capital improvements since 1988?
Total debt incurred for capital improvements are as follows:
How many of each type of permit is sold and how much revenue are these estimated to generate?
Snapshot as of Spring 2017