COVID-19 parking and transit updates
As of the beginning of FY2016 there are 37,330 parking spaces distributed over 151 parking lots and five parking garages.
Parking Lots and Spaces chart
Permit Data garage permit counts and counts by class
There are 55 lots and 5 garages. Some areas are more than one lot (es. lot 100 has 11 lots). There are 21,928 spaces available for student purchase.
Disabled spaces are calculated using ADA rules.
ADA rules say that each lot is required to follow the chart, however we have several lots that are remote from any buildings,
thus we adjust by over-allocating disabled spaces in some lots closer to buildings.
For example, lot 35, the disabled spaces on Asbury and Spence and lot 102.
We have almost 900 disabled spaces on campus.
See Permit Price History
See Parking Rates
Approximately 15-18 officers regulate parking per shift, and there are 2 shifts per day.
The campus is divided up into a grid, and each officer is assigned a section of the grid.
Each officer is responsible for the 30 minute parking area
in his or her section of the campus grid. When parking areas are checked initially, the officer enters the information about the vehicles parked in the area into a handheld unit.
After about 30-40 minutes have elapsed, the officer returns to the parking area and re-enters information about the vehicles in the parking area into the handheld unit,
which indicates which ones are in violation of the area's time limit. The order in which the officer visits the parking areas in his or her section of the campus grid
is left to the officer's discretion.
Citation counts by month, class, and location Citation Data (PDF)
Top 4 appealed violations (89.63% of all appeals)
No Valid Permit (3,642)
Unauthorized Area (1,547)
Improper Parking (706)
Time Violation (648)