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Parking and Transportation Services

General Parking Rules and Regulations

University Parking & Transportation Services' rules and regulations are guided by University Policy Statement 01.B.01.

Pedestrians shall be given the right of way at all times.

The speed limit on campus is 10 mph in any surface parking lot and 5 mph in any garage.

All faculty, staff and students who park on UHD property must have a valid UHD permit displayed. A parking permit signifies that an individual has been granted the privilege of parking on University property but does not guarantee a parking space on campus.

Parking is governed by markers and traffic signs and is permitted only in areas clearly identified for parking. A valid space is an area designated on three sides by lines, posts, curbs or any type of barrier.

Parking permits must be displayed by hanging them from the rear view mirror with the numbers facing the windshield or by securing permit with tape, Velcro, string, etc. to ensure permit is visible. For your safety, remove the parking permit before placing the vehicle in motion.

Purchasing a parking permit or decal is not a guarantee of a parking space, but allows you to park if space is available.

Any vehicle discovered on UHD property without a current parking permit is subject to ticketing (see Parking Enforcement).

The registered holder of the permit is at all times responsible for the vehicle in which the permit is used. Violations will be charged to the registered permit holder and he/she will become responsible for clearing the violation, regardless of who drives or parks the vehicle.

Street parking is prohibited except where signs indicate parking is permitted.

The absence of "No Parking" signs and/or marked lines on the pavement does not imply that parking is allowed.

The University reserves the right to control the availability of student parking areas to meet the demand of special event(s) and/or construction project(s).

It is unlawful for any person to drive by, through or beyond a barricade or a roadblock that is lawfully erected.

 

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Last updated or reviewed on 10/20/11

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