New Parking Options & Rates Effective Aug. 22
New Options For Hybrid Schedules, Increases In Visitor Parking Rates, Fines Take Effect
By Laura Wagner
UHD Parking & Transportation Services announced three changes taking effect today, Aug. 22.
First, the good news: new parking permit options are available to accommodate staff with hybrid schedules!
Now the bad news: visitor parking and parking violations will cost more.
Take a look at the tables below for complete information about the changes. You can purchase a permit and manage all your parking needs through the Parking & Transportation Services portal. Questions and portal issues should be directed to Parking & Transportation Services at email@example.com or 713-221-8127.
Hybrid Parking Permit Options
Employees who wish to purchase a hybrid parking permit must be approved for the Alternate Work Arrangements program and have the appropriate paperwork on file. Permits will be programmed so that employees with hybrid schedules may access parking five days a week to accommodate infrequent exceptions to the designated hybrid schedule. (Any employee who is in the office routinely five days a week should purchase a regular permit.)
Parking Permit Type
Visitor Parking Rates
Parking & Transportation Services offered discounted visitor parking rates during the pandemic. Now that on-campus operations have returned to normal, visitor parking is increasing from pre-pandemic rates as shown below.
|Daily Visitor Sponsored by Department Discount Rate|
Parking Violations & Associated Fines
Parking & Transportation Services has developed an online reference table of parking violations and associated violation fines that provides complete transparency into the cost of making a bad parking decision. New violation fine amounts go into effect today. Be sure to to review the violation types and corresponding fines before you park in that tempting spot next a fire hydrant.
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