Technical Issues

License plate becomes permit for customers this fall

Beginning fall semester 2021, Transportation Services transitions to virtual permit parking. Cameras and license plate recognition software will be used to verify parking permissions. Your license plate serves as your permit, rather than a hangtag. Customers with virtual permits must register their license plate, pay for parking permissions, and display their license plate toward the driving aisle.

Which web browser should I use for web parking permit registration?

Recommended:
The latest version of Chrome, IE, Firefox and Safari are recommended. It also supports most mobile browsers as well.

Required: 128 bit encrypted version of either browser. The TAMU parking permit web application uses SSL encryption for data transmission; your web browser must support SSL encryption.

Who should I contact for further technical assistance?

Send email to parking@tamu.edu to receive assistance with technical-related questions and problems. Specify your machine and browser configuration. To report a specific application problem, include the web address where problems were encountered, the action you were trying to perform when the problem occurred, and any error messages or specific descriptions of the problem.

How is information kept secure?

The TAMU parking permit web application uses SSL encryption for data transmission; your web browser must support SSL encryption. It is required that you use the 128 bit encryption.