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    2013 – 2014 Parking and Traffic Rules & Regulations

    Valid through August 20, 2014

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    Table of Contents

    SECTION I: GENERAL PROVISIONS

    1. General

    2. Administration and Enforcement of these Regulations

    3. Authority

    4. Proof

    5. Responsibility

    6. Collection Methods

    SECTION II: DEFINITIONS

    SECTION III: TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

    1. Compliance

    2. Special Instructions

    3. Temporary Restrictions

    4. Speed Limits

    5. Traffic Obstruction

    6. Bus-only Lanes

    7. Vehicles in Buildings

    8. Sidewalks, Grass, or Shrubbery

    9. Roller-Skates, Skateboards and Scooters

    10. Passenger Pick-Up and Drop-Off

    11. Pedestrians

    11. Traffic Restrictions

    13. Texting While Driving

    14. Vehicle Registration

    SECTION IV: PARKING REGULATIONS

    1. General

    2. Use of Parking Permits

    3. Permit Requirements

    4. Manner of Parking

    5. Loading Zones

    6. Disabled Parking

    7. Veteran Parking

    8. Visitor Parking

    9. Emergency Vehicle Parking

    10. Abandoned Vehicles

    11. Garage Short-Term Pay Parking

    12. Surface Short-Term Pay Parking

    SECTION V: PARKING PERMITS

    1. Issuance of Permits

    2. Classes of Permits and Eligibility

    3. Display of Permits

    4. Surrender or Removal of Permits

    5. Expiration of Permits

    6. Payment of Permit Fees

    7. Lost/Stolen Permits

    8. Permit Refunds

    9. Exchange of Permits

    10. Permit Misuse

    11. UT Health Science Center San Antonio Permits

    SECTION VI: ENFORCEMENT

    1. Parking and Traffic Citations

    2. Failure to Discharge Court Appearance Citations

    3. University Citations

    4. Appeals from University Citations

    5. Initial Review of Appeal

    6. Appeals Panel

    7. Failure to Pay Citation Charges

    8. Vehicle Immobilization or Impoundment

    9. Suspension of Privileges

    10. Collections

    11. No Excuse

    SECTION VII: DRIVING AND PARKING OFFENSES

    APPENDIX A: PARKING FEES TABLE

    1. General

    Pursuant to the authority granted by Sections 51.201 et seq., 54.005, 54.505, 65.31, and 71.04 of Title 3 of the Texas Education Code, and Rules and Regulations of the Board of Regents of The University of Texas System, these Parking and Traffic Regulations are promulgated to regulate and control parking and traffic and the use of parking facilities, to provide for the issuance of parking permits, and to provide for jurisdiction over offenses. These regulations and procedures apply to any person who walks, drives, or parks a vehicle on University property. These rules and regulations are supplementary to applicable ordinances of the City of San Antonio and the statutes of the State of Texas that govern pedestrians and the use of motor vehicles and bicycles.

    1. The operation of a motor vehicle or bicycle on University property is a PRIVILEGE granted by the University and is not an inherent right of any faculty/staff member, student, or visitor. All faculty, staff, students, and visitors who park on University property must have a University parking permit or park in a short-term paid parking space. A parking permit signifies that an individual has been granted the privilege of parking a vehicle on University property and does not guarantee a parking place on campus.
    2. The University assumes no liability or responsibility for damage to or theft of any vehicle parked or driven on campus. The University assumes no responsibility or any duty to protect any vehicle or its contents at any time the vehicle is operated or parked on the campus. No bailment is created by granting any parking or operating privileges regarding a vehicle on any property owned, leased, or otherwise controlled by the University.
    3. These regulations are in effect at all times on University property.

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    2. Administration and Enforcement of these Regulations:

    1. THE UNIVERSITY STANDING COMMITTEE ON PARKING AND TRAFFIC: The University Standing Committee on Parking and Traffic is composed of twelve voting members consisting of a minimum of three faculty, three staff members, and three UTSA students. One representative each from Student Affairs, Human Resources, Facilities Planning and Development, and the University Police Department serve ex officio. Appointment of the Committee members will be consistent with current University policy. Faculty/staff members shall serve two-year terms and student members will serve one-year terms. The charge is to review operational guidelines and to make recommendations to the President for the development of and revisions to these regulations as are necessary to ensure an efficient parking and traffic system.
    2. UNIVERSITY PARKING APPEALS PANEL:  The University Parking Appeals Panel is composed of three members consisting of one faculty member, one staff member, and one UTSA student member. The Vice President for Business Affairs will appoint Appeals Panel members and designated alternates. Panelists shall serve one-year terms. The appeals panel’s charge is to hear appeals from the decision of the Appeals Officer relating to parking and traffic citations. The panel may uphold the citation, reduce the citation to a lesser included offense, reduce the citation to a warning, or invalidate the citation. In the event a member cannot be present or otherwise participate in one or more appeal decisions, a designated alternate may serve in the member’s place. BAS may provide an electronic means by which Panel member’s may review appeals and render a decision.
    3. BAS Appeals Officer:  All first level parking citation appeals will be disposed by a member of the BAS staff in the role of Appeals Officer (AO). The AO will read the appeal, review the information on the citation as well as relevant Parking & Traffic Rules and Regulations, and render a decision. The AO may uphold the citation, reduce the citation to a lesser included offense, reduce the citation to a warning, or invalidate the citation.
    4. Business Auxiliary Services (BAS): The Parking Division of BAS is authorized to enforce these regulations and is responsible for the administrative functions relating to parking permits; establishing procedures and requirements for the issuance of parking permits; the collection of enforcement fees for parking and traffic violations; establishing requirements for the submission of appeals; the processing of appeals from parking and traffic citations; and for management of parking lots and garages. BAS supervises Parking Assistants who issue parking citations.
    5. The University of Texas at San Antonio Police Department (UTSAPD): UTSAPD is authorized to enforce these regulations at any time or under any circumstances deemed necessary by UTSAPD. UTSAPD officers may issue University citations or court appearance citations enforceable in municipal court.

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    3. Authority: BAS and UTSAPD are authorized to enforce these regulations:

    1. Through the issuance of University citations and collection of enforcement fees, including the periodic billing of unpaid citations and the referral of individual cases pertaining to unpaid campus citations to a national collection agency;
    2. Through the impoundment of vehicles interfering with the movement of vehicular, bicycle, or pedestrian traffic, blocking a sidewalk or space for those with disabilities, loading dock, ramp, cross-walk, entrance, exit, fire lane, or aisle;
    3. Through the impoundment or booting of vehicles for unpaid enforcement fees or display of a lost, altered or stolen parking permit after proper notice (issuance of previous citations, vehicle notification, holds on records, and/or citation invoice);
    4. By the suspension, revocation, or denial of campus driving privileges, parking permit, and garage access privileges to those with overdue charges or who have violated these regulations;
    5. By requiring either the vehicle owner or operator or the person who purchased the permit to appear in court for certain moving violations or at a University hearing for non-payment of outstanding charges or other violations of these regulations;
    6. By barring re-admission and by withholding grades, degree, refunds, and official transcript of any student for non-payment of outstanding charges in accordance with University standards;
    7. By disciplinary action against employees or students who fail to abide by these regulations;
    8. By such other methods as are commonly employed by city governments or state agencies in control of traffic regulation enforcement.

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    4. Proof:

    The issuance of a citation reflecting the existence of any parking or traffic control device, sign, short-term spaces, signal, or marking at any location on University property shall constitute prima facie evidence that the same was in existence and was official and installed under the authority of applicable law and these regulations. When any person is charged with having stopped, parked, and left standing a motor vehicle on the campus, in violation of any provision of these Parking and Traffic Rules & Regulations, proof that said vehicle was, at the date of the offense, bearing a valid University parking permit shall constitute prima facie evidence that said vehicle was then and there stopped, parked, and left standing by the holder of the parking permit. If the vehicle does not bear a valid University parking permit, proof that the vehicle at the date of the offense alleged was owned by an individual is prima facie proof that said vehicle was then and there stopped, parked, and left standing by the individual.

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    5. Responsibility:

    1. The person to whom a University parking permit is issued is responsible for any citation issued with respect to a car displaying that permit or a vehicle registered through BAS by that person.
    2. If the vehicle does not display a valid University parking permit and is not registered through BAS to any University permit holder, then the person to whom the vehicle is registered through the Texas Department of Transportation at the time of issuance of the citation and that individual’s university affiliate (faculty, staff or student) are responsible for the citation.

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    6. Collection Methods:

    The University may arrange for collection of debts due to the University pursuant to these regulations in the following manner:

    1. Permit payments may be deducted from employee payroll checks with the employee’s permission. Deductions for all permit purchases will continue until the full price of the permit is paid or until the permit is returned. Employees are responsible for monitoring their paychecks to ensure that proper deductions are being made for their UTSA parking permit. Participants are also responsible for contacting Business Auxiliary Services if, for any reason, they will not be receiving a paycheck during the pay period in which a deduction is scheduled. The employee is liable for all payments for their UTSA parking permit if for any reason a scheduled deduction is missed.
    2. A financial hold will be placed against students for past due debts.
    3. Use of a commercial collection agency or attorney to collect past due fees for permits or citations.  Late fee will accrue.
    4. No parking permit will be issued to any individual who has outstanding BAS debts under these regulations or otherwise in accordance with University standards.

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    SECTION II: DEFINITIONS

    The following defined terms are in addition to the definitions and terms of the Texas Motor Vehicle Laws, which apply on University property.

    1. BUS STOP:  A no-parking area where buses stop to pick up and drop off passengers, as indicated by signs or curb markings.
    2. BAS: The University of Texas at San Antonio Business Auxiliary Services department.
    3. CAMPUS or UNIVERSITY PROPERTY:  The property under the control of the University.
    4. CARPOOL: An arrangement whereby several participants (at least 2, but no more than 4 members) who are either faculty and staff or students (no mixed groups) travel together in one vehicle, the participants share the costs and often take turns as driver.
    5. COMMUTER SPACE: A Commuter Space is any parking space on a UTSA campus, other than spaces in any parking garage, or in any residential surface parking lot (Resident Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, and University Oaks Phases 1-3), that is not marked by signage, markings on the ground or otherwise indicated to be a space for which another permit or special status (such as UTSA Vehicle or Handicapped) is needed. Some or all of the Commuter Spaces in certain surface parking lots may, but need not, be specifically marked as Commuter Spaces.

    6. CONTRACT EMPLOYEE:  Any person employed by a business, which has contracted to operate a business, or service function of the University.
    7. COURT APPEARANCE ("CA") CITATION: Those issued by UTSAPD Officers constituting a summons to appear in either municipal court or a justice court.
    8. DRIVER or VEHICLE OPERATOR:  Any person who drives, operates or is in actual physical control of a vehicle on University property.
    9. EMPLOYEE:  Any person employed by the University regardless of whether the person is employed with or without salary.
    10. FLAGRANT VIOLATIONS:  A clear and obvious violation of these rules and regulations including but not limited to possession of a lost, stolen or altered permit; possession of a permit by someone other than the original purchaser; receipt of ten (10) or more citations within one academic year; or any violations that substantially impact the daily operations of the University or the health and safety of others.
    11. NO PARKING AREAS/ ZONES:  Red or yellow curbs, yellow/white diagonal stripes (Zebra stripes); "X" between parallel parking spaces; loading zones; "No Parking" painted on surface, curbs and "No Parking" signs on crosswalks and bus terminals.
    12. OFFICIAL VISITOR: An individual who is not eligible for an annual University parking permit and who comes to campus to conduct important business or to render an important service to the University. Spouses, parents, and children of faculty, staff, and students are generally considered to be affiliated with UTSA and are not official visitors.
    13. PARKING PERMIT:  Permit issued by BAS that authorizes parking on University property.
    14. PARKING SPACE:  An area designated for vehicle parking by pavement or curb markings, or signs. Any area not so marked is not a valid parking space.
    15. PAY STATION:  A device to accept payment for short-term parking.
    16. SEMESTER INTERSESSION:  The period between the day following published last day of UTSA finals of one semester and the beginning of the next semester (first day of class) and UTSA spring break.
    17. SHORT TERM PARKING SPACE: Any parking space for which the payment of an hourly rate is required.
    18. STUDENT:  Any person who is or has been within the last six months registered and enrolled at the University (including special students, part-time students, auditing individuals, teaching assistant students, graders, and research assistants).
    19. UNIVERSITY:  The University of Texas at San Antonio
    20. UNIVERSITY HOUSING: Facilities on the Main campus that provide housing for students, including Chaparral Village, Laurel Village, The Oaks and Chisholm Hall.
    21. UNIVERSITY PARKING CITATIONS: Those parking citations subject to University administrative enforcement charges and a right to appeal within University procedures as outlined in these regulations.
    22. UTSAPD:  The University of Texas at San Antonio Police Department.
    23. VEHICLE:  Includes automobiles, buses, trucks, trailers, motorcycles, motor scooters, motorbikes, mopeds, bicycles, golf carts, club cars, and tractors.
    24. VENDOR:  Any person who is not a faculty, staff or student member or official visitor of the University..
    25. VISITOR:  Any person who is not a faculty, staff or student member or official visitor of the University..

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    SECTION III: TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

    1.  Compliance

    Every vehicle operator shall comply with these regulations, State law, and all traffic control devices at all times, unless otherwise specifically directed by BAS or UTSAPD. State and local laws pertaining to operation of a motor vehicle, bicycles and pedestrians on public streets apply on the campus and streets owned and operated by University.

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    2. Special Instructions

    No person shall fail to comply with any instruction related to traffic or parking given by a University police officer or Director or Assistant Director of BAS or a BAS parking assistant.

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    3. Temporary Restrictions

    The Director of BAS or Chief of UTSAPD is authorized to temporarily implement restrictions that govern parking and traffic relating to construction, emergency situations, or special events on campus, and by agreement with the City of San Antonio, on public streets. Notice of such restrictions may be given by the posting of temporary signs or barriers or in any other area deemed appropriate.

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    4. Speed Limits

    20 mph on campus roads, 10 mph in parking lots, parking garages and service drives is the maximum speed limit, at all times, unless otherwise posted.

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    5. Traffic Obstruction

    No person shall park or bring to a halt on the campus any vehicle in such a manner as to interfere with normal vehicular or pedestrian traffic or jeopardize safety or University property.

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    6. Bus-only Lanes

    No person shall operate a vehicle other than a UTSA vehicle or bus on roadways or in lanes marked for buses only.

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    7. Vehicles in Buildings

    With the exception of wheelchairs, ADA scooters, or other devices specifically authorized by BAS, no person shall place, use, park or otherwise leave a vehicle within any University building, other than a parking garage at any time.

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    8. Sidewalks, Grass, or Shrubbery

    No person shall drive a vehicle on a sidewalk, walkway, patio, plaza, grass, shrubbery or any unmarked or unimproved ground area unless such areas are signed and marked for driving, except as specifically authorized by BAS or UTSAPD.

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    9. Roller-Skates, Skateboards and Scooters

    No person shall use roller-skates, a skateboard, or a scooter on University property.

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    10. Passenger Pick-Up and Drop-Off

    No person shall stop a vehicle on any street, alley, or driveway on the campus for the purpose of picking-up or dropping-off a pedestrian without first drawing up to the right-hand curb.

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    11. Pedestrians

    Pedestrians have the right-of-way at marked crosswalks, in intersections, and on sidewalks extending across a service drive, building entrance, or driveway. Pedestrians crossing a street at any point other than within a marked crosswalk or within an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection shall yield the right-of-way to all vehicles on the street. No pedestrian shall stand on the traveled portion of any street, alley, or driveway in such a manner as to obstruct or prevent the free flow of traffic.

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    12. Traffic Restrictions

    Vehicles with two or more rear axles, or other oversize vehicles, are prohibited from travel on any UTSA roads unless required or requested by UTSA, and at no time may such vehicles, other than emergency vehicles, travel on Walter Brenan Avenue between the Recreation Wellness and Convocation Centers.

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    13. Texting While Driving

    A person commits a violation if the person uses a hand-held mobile communication device to send, read, or write a text message, view pictures or written text, whether transmitted by internet or other electronic means, engage in gaming or any other use of the device, besides dialing telephone numbers or talking to another person, while operating a moving motor vehicle on any university property.

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    14. Vehicle Registration

    Any University vehicle operating on a UTSA campus must be registered with Fleet Management and must be clearly marked, as set out in Fleet Management policies and procedures (Provide link here). Any University vehicle, including golf carts operating on a UTSA campus not properly registered and marked may be disabled or removed from campus, without liability to the cart owner.

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    SECTION IV: PARKING REGULATIONS

    1. General

    A vehicle operator shall park only in a parking space as authorized by the parking permit displayed or as otherwise specifically authorized by BAS or UTSAPD. Each parking space within a lot or garage shall be marked or defined by appropriate signs and/or other markings. Parking in a garage requires either a garage permit or payment at the garage.

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    2. Use of Parking Permits

    no person shall lend, sell, or otherwise allow another person to use their permit, except as specifically authorized by these regulations.

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    3. Permit Requirements

    a permit is required at all times on campus, with the following exceptions:

    1. In Commuter Student surface (unmarked) spaces between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. on weekdays
    2. In Commuter Student (unmarked) spaces on weekends.
    3. In Commuter Student (unmarked) spaces during semester intersessions.
    4. Vehicles are eligible to park only as authorized by the class of permit issued.
    5. Certain permit types are authorized to "park up" in certain other permit areas on weekends, and after 4:30 p.m. on weekdays (Section V.2, Permits, "Classes of Permits and Eligibility," sets forth the classes of permits and eligibility requirements )

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    4. Manner of Parking

    No person shall:

    1. Park without a current parking permit or payment of the designated short-term parking, except as specifically authorized by BAS or UTSAPD.
    2. Park a vehicle such that it occupies portions of more than one parking space.
    3. Park a vehicle with the left wheels to the curb unless parked on a one-way street.
    4. Double park a vehicle.
    5. Park a vehicle in a manner that obstructs “Disabled” parking spaces, walkways, driveways, ramps, loading docks, or marked crosswalks.
    6. Park any vehicle on a sidewalk, walkway, patio, plaza, grass, shrubbery or any unmarked or unimproved ground area.
    7. Park a vehicle, or permit a vehicle to stand in or block access to any area designated as a fire lane or 15 feet in either direction of a fire hydrant. Fire lanes are designated by posted signs and/or yellow or red painted curbs. Any emergency authorization for use of fire lanes must be obtained through UTSAPD.
    8. Park a vehicle in a no parking zone.
    9. Park a vehicle in an area designated as a bus stop.
    10. Park in a space with a barricade or remove a barricade, except as specifically authorized by BAS or UTSAPD.
    11. Park a trailer, recreational or mobile home on University property unless specifically coordinated and approved by BAS.
    12. Park or store a bicycle except at designated bicycle parking areas.
    13. Park a motorcycle in any garage on campus.

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    5. Loading Zones

    Vehicle operators may park in a Loading Zone (LZ) for 15 minutes to load/unload a vehicle. Once the loading/unloading process has been completed or the time limit has expired, the space must be vacated.

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    6. Disabled Parking

    No person shall park a vehicle in a "Disabled" space without a University permit and appropriate state disabled placard or license plate. Persons with disabilities whose vehicles display the appropriate disability license plates, permits, or placards issued by the State of Texas, and disability plates, permits, and placards issued by other states are exempt from the payment of fees in paid short-term surface parking. Persons parking in a garage must display a valid garage permit and placard or pay the short term paid parking fees.

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    7. Veteran Parking

    Disabled Veterans, Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients, Former Prisoners of War, Pearl Harbor Survivors, and Purple Heart Recipients, whose vehicles display the special license plates issued by the Texas Department of Transportation, upon registration and proper notification to BAS, are exempt from the payment of fees at paid short-term surface parking and are further exempt from the payment of fees for any University surface parking permit for which they are otherwise eligible, in accordance with State law. This privilege applies to the veteran only and not to anyone else driving the vehicle.

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    8. Visitor Parking

    Official Visitors (individuals not eligible for an annual University parking permit and who come to campus to conduct important business or to render an important service to the University) may be offered no-cost visitor permits, not to exceed three days without the specific permission of the Director of BAS.

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    9. Emergency Vehicle Parking

    Emergency vehicles are exempt from the provisions of these regulations when being operated in response to an emergency situation.

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    10. Abandoned Vehicles

    The University may deem a vehicle parked on University property for more than 48 hours without a valid permit to be abandoned and may remove such vehicle as provided in Section 683.001 – 683.078 of The Texas Transportation Code.

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    11. Garage Short-term Pay Parking (Ximenes Ave Garage, Bauerle Rd Garage, and Downtown Garage)

    Short-term pay parking is available in this garage.

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    12. Surface Short-term Pay Parking (all short-term spaces except Garage Short-term spaces)

    Short-term pay parking is available in marked short-term spaces by making proper payment at a pay machine.

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    SECTION V: PARKING PERMITS

    1. Issuance of Permits

    The Director of BAS may issue a parking permit to any employees or students of the University and vendors or contractors operating on the campus upon payment of the appropriate fee. The Director of BAS shall allocate permits, at the director’s discretion, among the faculty, staff, students, and visitors of the University in a manner intended to serve the needs of the University.

    A parking permit will be issued upon application and payment of the parking permit fee to BAS. Eligibility for permits will be determined by the individual’s primary reason for being on campus, as either a student or an employee, except as may be determined by the director of BAS, in the director’s discretion, for certain class(es) of students providing services to the university. An individual is authorized to purchase only one permit, with the exception of a motorcycle permit, and may only use one permit at any time. A hangtag parking permit is transferable to any passenger vehicle being operated by or for the transportation of the permit holder. Ownership of all permits remains with the University and is not transferable.

    Each academic year, each member of a BAS approved carpool, excluding the permit holder, will be issued five (5) daily scratch-off permits valid for the space type of the carpool permit (“B” for faculty/staff or “C” for commuter students) in the event that a carpool member needs to drive to campus instead of riding with the registered carpool.

    Bicycles operated or possessed on campus are expected to have a valid permit affixed and must be parked at a bike rack and in operable condition. Bicycle permits are offered at no charge.

    The Director of BAS may issue special permits for events to the host department. Parking areas are subject to closure by the Director of BAS for special events, construction or other special circumstances. The Director of BAS may establish fees for special circumstance parking, including event parking.

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    2.  Classes of Permits and Eligibility

      A. Faculty/Staff:

      Class "E" - Executive Officer Permits

        Eligibility: Executive Officers of the University

        Price: $785

        Where: valid in any space on university property, except Disabled spaces unless a State disabled placard or license plate is displayed.

      Class "EXG"/"ETG"/"EBR" - Faculty/Staff Garage Permits

        Eligibility: UTSA Faculty and Staff

        Price: $785

        Where: Valid for parking in unmarked parking spaces in the specified parking garage and the DTC garage only, surface A, B or Commuter spaces and “Reserved” spaces in Resident Lot 4, Business Services Annex Lot, Center for Archeological Research Lot, Central Receiving Warehouse Lot and the Science Research Laboratories Lot. Not valid for parking in specifically marked university service spaces or disabled spaces unless a State disabled placard or license place is displayed.

      Class "XGN"/"BRN"/"TGN" - Garage Evening Permit

        Eligibility: Any employee of UTSA

        Price: $185

        Where: Valid for parking in permit spaces of the specified parking garage and DTC garage from 4:30 pm to 6 am weekdays and all day weekends. Not valid for parking in any other parking space on campus.

      Class "R" - Faculty/Staff "R" Surface Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA Faculty and Staff

        Price: $655

        Valid for parking in the surface Reserved spaces on campus or any surface parking space, except the Executive spaces, specifically marked university service spaces, or disabled spaces unless a State disabled placard or license plate is displayed.

      Class "A" - Faculty/Staff "A" Surface Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA Faculty and Staff

        Price: $325

        Valid for parking in the Class “A” surface spaces on campus; may be used in Faculty/Staff Class “B” spaces or Commuter Student surface spaces.

      Class "B" - Faculty/Staff "B" Surface Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA Faculty and Staff

        Price: $165

        Where: Valid for parking in the Class “B” surface spaces on campus; may use in Faculty/Staff Class “A” surface spaces from 4:30 pm to 6 am weekdays and all day on weekends or Commuter Student surface spaces anytime.

        Note: Graduate students with an appointment of 19 or more hours as a Graduate Research Assistant or Graduate Teaching Assistant may purchase an F/S Class “B” permit.

      Class "M" – Motorcycle Parking Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA Faculty and Staff

        Price: $55 or $28 with the purchase of a faculty/staff vehicle permit

        Where: Valid for parking in spaces denoted for motorcycle parking. Not valid for parking in garages on any UTSA campus.

      Class "F" – Faculty/Staff Class "B" Daily Surface Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA Faculty and Staff

        Price: $ 5 each (minimum purchase of 5 permits)

        Where: Valid for parking in Class “B” surface spaces on campus; may be used in Faculty/Staff Class “A” spaces from 4:30 pm to 6 am weekdays and all day on weekends or Commuter Student surface spaces anytime.

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      B. Student:

      Class "STG" - Student Tobin Ave Garage Permits

        Eligibility: UTSA students

        Price: $500

        Where: Valid for parking in unmarked spaces at the Tobin Ave Garage, DTC parking garage, or Commuter Student surface spaces; may be used in Faculty /Staff Class “B” spaces from 4:30 pm to 6 am weekdays and anytime on weekends.

      Class "SXG" - Student Ximenes Ave Garage Permits

        Eligibility: UTSA students

        Price: $785

        Where: Valid for parking in unmarked spaces at the Ximenes Ave Garage, DTC parking garage, or Commuter Student surface spaces; may be used in Faculty/Staff Class “B” spaces from 4:30 pm to 6 am weekdays and anytime on weekends.

      Class "SBR" - Student Bauerle Rd Garage Permits

        Eligibility: UTSA students

        Price: $785

        Where: Valid for parking in unmarked spaces at the Bauerle Rd Garage, DTC parking garage, or Commuter Student surface spaces; may be used in Faculty/Staff Class “B” spaces from 4:30 pm to 6 am weekdays and anytime on weekends.

      Class "H" - Resident Housing Student Permits

        Eligibility: UTSA students with a valid UTSA Chaparral, Laurel, or Chisholm Housing application

        Price: $220

        Where: Valid for parking in unmarked spaces in Resident Lot 1, Resident Lot 2, Resident Lot 3, Resident Lot 4, marked Resident spaces in the Barshop Rd Lot, and in the Commuter Student surface spaces at the Downtown campus; may be used in Commuter Student surface and Faculty/Staff Class “B” spaces from 4:30 pm to 6 am weekdays and anytime on weekends.

      Class "U" - Resident Housing Student Permit (University Oaks)

        Eligibility: UTSA Students with a valid University Oaks Housing application

        Price: $220

        Where: Valid for parking in the unmarked spaces at University Oaks and in Commuter Student surface spaces at the Downtown campus; may be used in the Commuter Student surface spaces and the Faculty/Staff Class "B" spaces from 4:30 pm to 6:00 am weekdays and anytime on weekends.

      Class "RTG" - Resident Tobin Ave Garage

        UTSA Students with a confirmed Chaparral Village, Laurel Village, San Saba Hall or Chisholm Hall Housing application.

        Price: $785

        Where: Valid for parking in Resident marked spaces in the Tobin Ave Garage, unmarked spaces at the DTC garage, Commuter Student surface spaces at the Downtown Campus; may be used in Commuter spaces at the Main Campus and Faculty/Staff Class “B” spaces between 4:30 pm to 6:00 am weekdays and anytime on weekends.

      Class "C" - Commuter Student Surface Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA students not living in University Housing

        Price: $140

        Where: Valid for parking in Commuter Student surface spaces on campus; may be used in Faculty/Staff Class “B” spaces from 4:30 pm to 6 am weekdays and anytime on weekends.

      Class "Z" - Commuter Student Surface Evening Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA students not living in University Housing

        Price: $62

        Where: Valid for parking in Commuter Student surface spaces from 4:30 pm to 6:00 am weekdays and all day weekends. Not valid for parking in Faculty/Staff Class “B”spaces at any time.

      Class "XGN"/"BRN"/"TGN" - Garage Evening Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA students not living in University Housing

        Price: $185

        Where: Valid for parking in permit spaces of the specified parking garage and DTC garage from 4:30 pm to 6 am weekdays and all day weekends. Not valid for parking in any other parking space on campus.

      Class "X" - Commuter Student Surface Day/Evening Garage Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA students not living in University Housing

        Price: $250

        Where: Valid for parking in Commuter Student surface spaces from 6:00 am to 4:30 pm weekdays; unmarked spaces of the Tobin Ave Garage and DTC garage from 4:30 pm to 6:00 am weekdays and all day weekends.

      Class "M" – Motorcycle Parking Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA students

        Price: $55 or $28 with the purchase of a vehicle permit, other than a Resident Housing student permit.

        Where: Valid for parking in spaces denoted for motorcycle parking. Not valid for parking in garages on any UTSA campus.

      Class "S" – Commuter Student Daily Surface Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA students not living in University Housing

        Price: $5 each (minimum purchase of 5 permits)

        Where: Valid for parking in Commuter Student surface spaces on campus; may be used in Faculty/Staff Class “B” spaces from 4:30 pm to 6 am weekdays and anytime on weekends.

      Class "K" – Resident Housing Student Daily Surface Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA students with a valid UTSA Housing application

        Price: $5 each (minimum purchase of 5 permits)

        Where: Valid for parking in spaces near the residence halls marked with blue, the University Oaks, or in Commuter Student surface spaces at the downtown campus; may be used in Commuter Student surface and Faculty/Staff Class “B” spaces from 4:30 pm to 6 am weekdays and anytime on weekends.

      C. RETIREE PERMITS

      Emeriti Faculty will receive and "A" permit at no charge

      Retired Faculty/Staff:

      • with no appointment will receive a "B" permit at no charge.
      • non-emeriti retirees with an appointment with compensation may purchase a Faculty/Staff permit for the rate associated with the permit desired.

      D. GARAGE PERMITS are required for garage parking at all times, unless the vehicle is parked in a short-term paid parking space.

      E. OTHER

      Class "W" – Recreation Center Permit

        Eligibility: Recreation Wellness members who are the spouse of a faculty or staff member, provided the member is not a registered student or employee of the University, and the UTSA-affiliated spouse has purchased a valid faculty/staff permit and club sports coaches as designated by Campus Recreation.

        Price: $65

        Where: Valid for parking in Commuter Student surface spaces in Brackenridge Rd Lot 2 and Barshop Rd Lot when using the Recreation Wellness Center or intramural fields.

      Class "N" – Alumni Parking Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA Alumni Members provided the alumnus is not a registered student or employee of the University.

        Price: $39

        Where: Valid for parking in Commuter Student surface spaces only when visiting, attending events, or conducting business on University property.

      Class "CV" – Contractor/Vendor Parking Permit

        Eligibility: Any non-affiliated vendor, salesperson, technical representative, other service personnel (such as copier repairers), or University Advisory Council Member (Non-Affiliated). Students, faculty and staff are not eligible for vendor/service permits.

        Price: $165 ; or $14 for a temporary 1-month permit

        Where: Valid for parking in Faculty/Staff B surface spaces when conducting University business.

      Class "P" – Pool Permit

        Eligibility: A person who is not eligible for any other annual university parking permit and who participates in a pool program through Campus Living Villages hosted at the Chisholm Hall Activity Center.

        Price: $66

        Where: Valid for parking in Pool Member designated spaces.

      Class "V" – Visitor Parking Permit

        Eligibility: Official Visitors or any department or organization requiring parking privileges for groups of visitors.

        Price: Varies

        Where: valid for parking in class of space designated on the permit

      Class "BK" – Bicycle Permit

        Eligibility: Any affiliate of the University

        Price: No Charge

        Where: valid for parking bicycles at bike racks

      Department Permits – Departmental Parking Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA Departments

        Price: Varies according to permit type purchased

        Intent: Give mobility and flexibility to the using department to move around campus

        Where: Valid for parking in the class of space designated on the permit for the expressed purpose of conducting official University Business. This permit may not be assigned to an individual and used in lieu of a regular parking permit.

      Class "Y" – Departmental Class "A" Daily Visitor Permit

        Eligibility: UTSA Departments for guest/visitor parking (may not be used by faculty, staff, or students)

        Price: $5 each (minimum purchase of 5 permits) paid solely with Departmental funds through an IDT

        Where: Valid for parking in Faculty/Staff Class “A” surface spaces.

      Service Vehicle Permits – University Vehicle Permits

        Eligibility: University Departments

        Price: no charge

        Intent: provides BAS the ability to identify UTSA vehicles.

        Where: valid for parking in university vehicle spaces.

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    3. Display of Permits

    A permit must be displayed in accordance with instructions furnished on the permit. Each academic year a permit holder will be allowed three warnings for parking a vehicle previously registered in Parking records in an authorized area without displaying the permit.

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    4. Surrender or Removal of Permits

    1. Termination of Relationship with UTSA: A permit holder shall return their permit to BAS when the permit holder’s relationship with the University terminates. Permits not returned to BAS remain active and the permit holder is responsible for the permit fee.
    2. Permit holders are required to remove and surrender their permit:

      1. In the case of a decal permit when there is a change in ownership of the vehicle
      2. When a replacement permit has been issued
      3. Upon revocation of the permit

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    5. Expiration of Permits

    Permits expire on the date listed on the face of the permit.

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    6. Payment of Permit Fees

    When an application is made for a permit, the fee charged will be for the entire permit period or for the entire unexpired portion of the permit period. See Appendix A: Parking Fees Table for specific permit fees. Permits may be purchased with the following payment methods:

    1. Payroll deduction (for eligible employees only)
    2. American Express, MasterCard, Visa or Discover through ASAP or at the BAS cashier office.
    3. Checks or Money orders (made payable to The University of Texas at San Antonio)
    4. United States Currency

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    7. Lost/Stolen Permits

    A permit holder shall immediately report to BAS any lost/stolen permit and complete the associated report. Lost/stolen permits may be replaced for a fee of $10. Any permit recovered after such a report has been filed must be returned to BAS immediately. Use of a permit that has been reported as lost/stolen is subject to fines and penalties as described in these regulations.

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    8. Permit Refunds

    When a valid permit is returned any refund due will be prorated based on the number of full months of parking privileges remaining.

    1. All refund requests must be accompanied by the permit, permit remnants showing the permit number, or a lost/stolen permit report.
    2. Refund requests will be honored only if the person's parking and driving privileges have not been suspended and there are no outstanding charges or other debts remain unpaid.
    3. No refunds will be issued on or after March 1 for any permit purchased, except for those permits purchased for one of the summer sessions, if returned within two weeks of purchase.

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    9. Exchange of Permits

    Permits may be exchanged for an alternate permit for which the customer is eligible for, on a space-available basis, by exchanging the original permit and paying the pro-rated difference in cost (if applicable).

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    10. Permit Misuse

    Misuse of any permit shall result in confiscation of the permit, and no permit shall be issued to that individual for at least one year thereafter. BAS is authorized to suspend campus parking and driving privileges on University property for any person whose vehicle is cited for displaying a lost, stolen, or altered permit, or any UTSA parking permit not issued in accordance with these regulations. Students will be referred to the Office of Student Judicial Affairs and Faculty/Staff will have the matter forwarded to the appropriate Dean, Director, or Department Head for disciplinary action. Violators who are found in possession of a lost, stolen, or altered permit shall also pay the annual cost of the permit type they fraudulently used.

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    11.  UT Health Science Center San Antonio Permits

    Vehicles bearing UTHSCSA parking permits may park in Commuter Student areas, non-designated or unassigned parking spaces on campus. Commuter, motorcycles, Service & Delivery, Official Business, Retiree, and Volunteer may park in short-term parking spaces at the hourly rate. UTHSCSA disabled students or faculty staff members must possess a current UTHSCSA parking permit and the appropriate license plate and /or placard or hangtag from the Texas Department of Transportation or disabled permit from the County Tax Assessor Collector and must be displayed before parking in specially designated disabled parking areas at any of the UTSA campuses.

    Parking Permit Reciprocity:

    UTHSCSA Parking Permits

    • Zones I and II permits are valid for parking in UTSA Faculty/Staff A spaces
    • Zones III and IV permits are valid for parking in UTSA Faculty/Staff B spaces
    • Zone V permits are valid for parking in UTSA Commuter surface spaces
    • Zone VI permits are valid for parking in UTSA Faculty/Staff B spaces

    UTSA Parking Permits

    • Executive permits are valid for parking in Zone II non-reserved spaces
    • Garage Permits are valid for parking in Zone II non-reserved spaces (There is no reciprocity for Evening Garage Only Permits.)
    • Reserved permits are valid for parking in Zone II non-reserved spaces
    • Faculty/Staff A permits are valid for parking in Zone III and IV spaces
    • Faculty/Staff B permits are valid for parking in Zone III and IV spaces
    • Commuter permits are valid for parking in Zone V spaces
    • Flex Permits are valid for parking in Zone IV spaces
    • Housing Permits "H" & "U" are valid for parking in Zone IV spaces

    Reciprocity will not be honored for students enrolled at both institutions. When enrolled at both institutions permits must be purchased for each campus.

    When parking at the campus offering reciprocity, the permit holder agrees to abide by the parking rules and regulations of the campus as if the permit holder had purchased a parking permit from that institution.

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    1. Parking and Traffic Citations

    1. Issuance:  Any person violating these regulations may receive a citation.
    2. BAS Authority:  University Parking Assistants are authorized to write University parking citations.
    3. UTSAPD Authority:  UTSAPD officers are authorized to issue University citations and court appearance citations for violation of these regulations. It is the general policy of the University to issue court appearance citations only for moving violations and for any violation when the individual's driving or parking privileges have been suspended, although UTSAPD may issue a court appearance for any appropriate violation.

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    2. Failure to Discharge Court Appearance Citations

    Failure to discharge a court appearance citation may result in the issuance of an arrest warrant.

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    3. University Citations

    University citations are issued for offenses listed in Section VII: Driving and Parking Offenses. Any person receiving a University citation must remit the amount of the charge or submit an appeal to BAS within 14 days after issuance of the citation. Any towing, booting, and/or storage fees for removal of an impounded or immobilized vehicle or bicycle must be paid regardless of whether an appeal has been submitted.

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    4. Appeals from University Citations

    Any person issued a University citation may appeal the citation to the University's designated Appeals Officer by completing the appropriate BAS form and submitting it to Business Auxiliary Services Parking Division within fourteen (14) calendar days after the issuance of the citation. Payment of the citation at any time prior to submitting the first level appeal or issuance of the determination of the Appeals Officer will result in forfeiture of the responsible party’s right to appeal. Boot Administrative citations and towing or storage fees are not eligible for appeal. The responsible party must file the appeal. Appeals submitted by UTSA departments on behalf of their guests or anyone using a departmental parking permit will not be accepted.

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    5. Initial Review of Appeal

    When a citation is appealed the appeal is considered by the Appeals Officer within BAS. The appellant may request an in-person appearance by appointment only by submitting an appeal form. The Appeals Officer shall review all appeals within 15 working days of receipt of the appeal or in-person appearance. Appeal results may take longer during unusually busy periods, such as the start of the fall semester. Approval will be sought from the Office of the Vice President for Business Affairs if additional time is needed to review appeals.

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    6. Appeals Panel

    Any person aggrieved by the decision of the Appeals Officer may appeal the decision of the Appeals Officer. Any such appeal will be heard by the University's Parking Appeals Panel and will be “on the record.” That is, the appellant will not have the opportunity to appear in person. An appeal of the Appeals Officer’s decision must be submitted within 14 days after the date the Appeals Officer renders a decision and must be accompanied by payment of the fine. If payment is not included the appeal will not be reviewed. The amount of the citation will be refunded if the Panel finds in favor of the appellant. The Panel will make reasonable efforts to review the written appeal within 45 days after the appeal has been submitted. The decision of the Appeals Panel is final.

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    7. Failure to Pay Citation Charges

    Failure to pay or appeal the citation within 14 calendar days of citation issuance or decision of Appeals Officer will result in a $10 late fee per citation. Unpaid citations can result in student financial holds preventing students from receiving grades, refunds, official transcripts, or graduating. Ten (10) or more violations within one academic year may result in suspension of driving and parking privileges on campus and/or disciplinary action.

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    8. Vehicle Immobilization or Impoundment

    BAS or UTSAPD may immobilize (boot) or impound (tow/relocate to a storage area) the vehicle of any person who accumulates four (4) or more unpaid parking or traffic citations and/or charges of $200 or more, has any outstanding citation over 120 days past due, or who is in possession of a lost, stolen or altered parking permit. All outstanding citations must be paid in full prior to the release of the vehicle. Vehicles may also be booted for other violations of these regulations or State law in the discretion of UTSAPD. The University is not responsible for any damage to the vehicle during booting, towing, relocation, or storage. After notice has been posted on the vehicle, vehicles booted for longer than 36 hours may be impounded (towed to a storage area), the owner and operator are severally responsible for any booting, towing, or storage fees.

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    9. Suspension of Privileges

    Driving and parking privileges may be suspended by BAS, UTSAPD or the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards if the violator has displayed a lost, stolen or altered permit or other flagrant violations of these regulations. The loss of the privilege of driving or parking a vehicle on campus shall commence immediately following notification of suspension. Such notification shall state the term of the suspension and consequences for violation of the stated terms. The violations of the suspension shall be reported to the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards if the person is a student or to the appropriate dean, director, or administrative official for possible disciplinary action if the person is a faculty or staff member.

    1. If a person whose privilege of driving or parking on campus has been suspended receives a University citation by reason of having a vehicle on campus during the period of their suspension, the period of suspension may be extended and a referral to the appropriate University office may be made for further University disciplinary action.
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    3. Suspensions may be appealed to the Director of BAS, or their designee, within fourteen (14) calendar days on the grounds that the imposition of such suspension is improper or will create serious and substantial hardship. No appeal shall be considered if there are any unpaid citations outstanding at the time such appeal is filed, unless special arrangements are made with the BAS Office. During the appeals period the suspension remains in effect.
    4. A person receiving notice that their privilege of driving or parking University property has been suspended shall return, without refund, the remnants of the permit issued (or the entire hanging permit) to the BAS Office within fourteen (14) days after date of such notice.

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    10. Collections

    Any charge not paid when due may be forwarded to an outside collection agency or an attorney for collection. The offender will be responsible for paying all costs of collection, including any agency fees and/or reasonable attorney’s fees, which will be added to the total amount due.

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    11. No Excuse

    The absence of sufficient parking spaces on the University campus is not justification for violation of these regulations. Failure to enforce any regulation shall not constitute a waiver of the University’s authority to enforce these regulations. Other improperly parked vehicles do not constitute an excuse for improper parking.

    Permit holders are responsible for all fees and fines issued to a vehicle displaying a parking permit issued to the permit holder or a vehicle registered to the permit holder or a member of the permit holder’s family. Use of the parking permit evidences that the permit holder agrees to abide by these regulations.

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    Violation Description

    Code 1000

    ENFORCEMENT FEE: $40.00 first violation, $65.00 second violation; $80.00 third violation; $95.00 fourth and subsequent violations occurring within one academic year, unless otherwise indicated below AND/OR suspension/cancellation of parking privileges.

    1001

    No seat belt driver and/or front passenger

    1002

    No driver's license

    1003

    Displaying expired vehicle registration

    1004

    Displaying expired Inspection Certificate

    1005

    No Inspection Certificate

    1006

    Not displaying or improperly displaying license plate(s)

    1007

    Driving on sidewalks, walkways, or over curbs or lawns

    1008

    Operating a vehicle the wrong way on a one-way street

    1009

    Exceeding posted speed limit. ($75.00 first offense, $100.00 second offense, $110.00 third offense, $125.00 subsequent offense)

    1010

    Exceeding posted speed limit by 15 or more miles per hour ($100.00 first offense, $150.00 subsequent offense)

    1011

    Failure to observe temporary traffic restrictions

    1012

    Failure of one vehicle to yield right-of-way to another vehicle

    1013

    Improper backing of vehicle

    1014

    Avoiding traffic control device

    1015

    Disturbance with motor vehicle

    1016

    Littering

    1017

    Improper turn

    1018

    Failure to comply with any lawful order or direction of any police officer

    1019

    Failure to yield right-of-way to pedestrians in crosswalks

    1020

    Failure to apply parking brake

    1021

    Other moving violations of the Texas Motor Vehicle Laws

    1022

    Failure to Maintain proof of liability insurance

    1023

    Failure to stop, or disregarding stop sign

    1024

    Wrong, Fictitious or unclean license plate

    1025

    Texting While Driving ($75.00 first offense, $100.00 second offense, $110.00 third offense, $125.00 subsequent offense)

    Violation Description

    Fine $

    Code 2000

    2001

    Parked in DISABLED area without a DISABLED permit

    $250

    2002

    Displaying a fraudulent or fictitious parking permit

    $100

    2003

    Obtaining a parking permit through fraud or false pretenses

    $100

    2004

    Displaying a parking permit which has been canceled, revoked, reported lost or stolen

    $100

    2005

    Parking in a Garage, Reserved, or Executive area without proper permit

    $75

    2006

    Administrative fee for the installation of an immobilization device

    $75

    2007

    Administrative fee attempted or unauthorized removal of an immobilization device

    $250

    2008

    Operating or parking a vehicle on University property while barred

    $100

    2009

    Parking without a permit

    $100

    Code 3000

    3001

    Parking without proper permit not otherwise specified

    $50

    3002

    Parking beyond barricades

    $50

    3003

    Parking by a fire hydrant

    $50

    3004

    Parking where prohibited by signs or markings

    $50

    3005

    Blocking a crosswalk or sidewalk

    $50

    3006

    Parking anywhere other than a designated parking space

    $50

    3007

    Blocking a driving lane

    $50

    3008

    Other non-moving violations of the Texas Motor Vehicle Laws

    $50

    3009

    Displaying a parking citation previously issued

    $50

    3010

    Willful avoidance of garage control mechanisms

    $50

    Code 4000

    4001

    Other violations of the University Parking and Traffic Regulations

    $25

    4002

    Improperly parked bicycle

    $25

    4003

    Parking or storing a bicycle inside a building

    $25

    4004

    Parking in loading or other restricted zones without authorization or in excess of posted time limits

    $25

    4005

    Failure to properly display or affix parking permit

    $25

    4006

    Parking on or along a curb not designated for parking

    $25

    4007

    Expired meter

    $25

    4008

    Parking at malfunctioning meter

    $25

    4009

    Failure to park within the lines of a designated space

    $25

    4010

    Parked on University property over 24 hours without authorization

    $25

    4011

    Parking wrong way - one way street

    $25

    4012

    Parking wrong way - two way street

    $25

    4013

    Parking in a garage without payment

    $25

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    2013-2014 UTSA Parking Permits

    Type

    Description

    Annual Charge

    Faculty and Staff

    E

    Executive

    $785

    EXG/ETG/EBR

    Employee Garage

    $785

    XGN/BRN/TGN

    Garage Evening Permits

    $185

    R

    Faculty/Staff Reserved

    $655

    A

    Faculty/Staff "A"

    $325

    B

    Faculty/Staff "B"

    $165

    M

    Motorcycle permit ‡ 

    $55

    Students

    STG
    Student Tobin Ave Garage
    $500
    XAG
    Student Ximenes Ave Garage
    $785
    SBR
    Student Bauerle Rd Garage
    $785
    RTG
    Resident Tobin Ave Garage
    $785

    H/U

    Resident Housing Permit

    $220

    C

    Commuter Student Permit

    $140

    X

    Flex Permit

    $250

    XGN/BRN/TGN

    Garage Evening Permits

    $185

    Z
    Twilight
    $62
    M
    Motorcycle ‡
    $55
    Miscellaneous
    N
    Alumni Permit
    $39
    VC
    Vendor/Contractor Permit
    $165
    P
    Pool Permit
    $66
    W
    Recreation Center Permit
    $65
    Daily Surface Permits *
    One (1) Day
    $5
    Short-Term Paid Parking
    One (1) Hour
    $2

    * UTSA Faculty, Staff. Student, or Department purchases only

    ‡ “M” permits are available $28 with purchase of a UTSA permit, except a Resident Housing student permit

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