Parking Lot Rules and Regulations

This policy provides a consistent approach for all event parking spaces on the RIT Henrietta campus. Parking regulations are a service rendered to the university and aim to protect the mobility of students, staff and teachers in the execution of the course and work schedule. Use of existing parking spaces in the best interest of the entire university; and maximize park space based on land needs for academic function, topography, financial feasibility, and preservation of the campus` natural beauty. Electronic permits for parking spaces for visitors/guests are issued on a first-come, first-served basis by RIT Events. From 5pm to 5am Monday to Friday and Saturday and Sunday, you do not need a permit for reserved, general car parks, electric vehicles and resident parking spaces. All administrative, disability and fire traces will continue to be applied. The following rules and regulations are in effect at all times and are intended to promote order and freedom of movement for pedestrians and vehicles and to protect RIT`s persons and property. All drivers on the RIT campus must be aware of these regulations. Not knowing these rules and regulations is no excuse for the violation. The first quotes of the academic year are not reduced to warnings. RIT parking and traffic rules may be revised at any time. This policy aims to maintain a reasonable number of general and reserved parking spaces for paid permit holders, while supporting the use of RIT`s Henrietta Campus for municipal, university and other sponsored events. While exceptions to this policy include events such as job fairs, accepted/future student visit days, and board meetings, this policy generally protects faculty, students, and staff who pay an annual fee for on-campus parking.

Any RIT-sponsored event, class or meeting may request to reserve parking spaces through the RIT Events portal prior to that event, class or session. Upon receipt of the request, the event support staff will determine the number of seats available at the desired time. Event support staff will respond to the requesting party with options for visitor parking. The reservation of parking spaces for events is based on a first-come, first-served basis. c. Post signs or public notices setting out rules or requirements for the use of parking areas for commuters. RIT has several areas with charging stations for Stage II electric vehicles. The stations are located in D Lot, M Lot and T Lot.

Currently, members of the ITL community must purchase an EV reserve permit to use the charging units. Parking spaces connected to charging stations are considered reserved parking spaces and are designated as such. Electric vehicle permits are only available to faculty, staff or first-served students. L. Any person who violates any of the above rules and regulations is guilty of an offence and will be fined not less than five dollars and not more than $100 for each offence on conviction. b. Suburban properties that had an occupancy rate of 98% or higher in the most recent Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) survey, except that the sale of mobile food may be permitted in these parking lots, (i) if a paved area whose use does not or no longer includes parking spaces or blocks one or more parking spaces is available in the property; (ii) where the vending machine is manufactured by a non-motorised car on pavements, provided that the vehicle used to transport the car is not parked in the suburban car park; or (iii) weekends. Transportation Services strives to provide exceptional customer service and accurate information. Parking regulations are implemented and enforced with the goal of protecting students, faculty, staff and visitors on KU`s campus by creating a safe community that balances the needs of motorists, pedestrians and cyclists. All events for which visitor parking passes are requested must register through RIT Events prior to the event. Any motor vehicle parked on campus must have a valid paid parking feature (virtual permit) or a physical parking permit if parked in designated spaces at California State University San Marcos (CSUSM). Parking and Commuter Services has the right to enforce all university parking regulations in accordance with the Campus Parking Services Policy.

This by-law requires that the fee schedule apply daily and at all times to regular daily parking and special event parking. RED ZONE: Indicates that no parking or stopping is allowed at any time, whether the vehicle is monitored or not. YELLOW ZONE: Service vehicles only – valid permit required. BLUE ZONE: Displays disabled parking spaces ONLY. State-issued DMV sign/sign and valid CSUSM parking session required or physical permit must be displayed to park in blue zones. WHITE AREA: Specifies a timed loading area. GREEN AREA—Specifies a timed loading area. Activated. In this area, all persons are subject to regulations that the Commissioner may designate by signs or public announcements in the area.

The RIT campus is subject to New York State traffic rules. Below is a brief reminder of the basic traffic rules. The ITL Public Safety Department is responsible for monitoring traffic rules. Organizers should not assume that parking is available upon request. The organizers will be informed via RIT Events of the parking facilities for the desired date and event. Forty (40) visitor vehicles can be accommodated in the general parking lots for events that take place Monday to Thursday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. during the fall and spring academic sessions. Events, single or cumulative, that await between forty-one (41) and two hundred (200) guest vehicles on campus must direct visitors to Lot B. It is recommended to schedule events for more than 200 guests Monday to Thursday or Friday and weekend after 4pm. Event sponsors may offer a charter shuttle service to their visitors or ask their visitors to use the free campus shuttles to the appropriate destination of the shuttle stop.

The free shuttles are the 2 Apex, 9 Apex/The Province and the 11 Campus shuttle. Event planners requesting charter shuttle service are advised to contact an authorized RIT provider to arrange specific B Lot services at the event. This policy applies to anyone requesting event parking Monday through Thursday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. during the fall and spring academic semesters when classes are held on the RIT Henrietta campus. B. No vehicle may be parked in such a way as to occupy more than one parking space. Student residents can use electric vehicle charging stations between 5 p.m. and 5 a.m. on weekdays and anytime on weekends, provided they have a valid RIT parking permit (Res.

Hall, Riverknoll, Perkins Green, Colony Manor, University Commons, Global Village or After Hours). Students are not allowed to charge electric vehicles in their apartment complex. e. Neither the mobile food vendor nor the seller`s operation shall interfere with the operation of the commuter lot and the safety of the lot users, and determine whether the mobile food vendor or the vendor`s operation interferes with the operation of the commuter lot or the safety of the lot users is at VDOT`s sole discretion. The owner/operator has 24 hours to resolve the issue or have the vehicle removed from campus. After this period, RIT reserves the right to have the vehicle towed at the owner/operator`s expense. The Parks and Traffic Department reserves the right to request the immediate movement of the vehicle if it interferes with traffic or presents a safety risk. c. not to make available the suburban land requested by the place for the mobile sale of food products. RIT is not responsible for damage caused to vehicles by towing. The towing contractor is required to take out sufficient insurance to cover damage caused by the towing.

RIT urges electric car users to limit their charging time to a maximum of four hours so others can access it. The four-hour limit applies. If you need to move your car, it can be parked in the same reserve area of the property with the charging station, but not in these rooms so that others can use the chargers. If more than 40 guest passes are already booked on a given day, event organizers may be referred to B Lot (if capacity remains open) or the organized event may consider another day for the on-campus event. Sections 33.2-118 and 33.2-210 of the Virginia Code. Anyone claiming a towed vehicle is responsible for providing their own transportation to the seized area. Storage fees and sales tax incurred for towing must be paid by the owner or operator.

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