. To stop or allow to stand, any vehicle, for any length of time, whether said vehicle is occupied or not. Parking at USC is governed by these Rules & Regulations, and administered by Transportation Services.
. Daily parking pass purchased at provided by one of USCs entrances at either UPC of HSC. Typically purchased by guests or visitors, or provided for by a department Alt: Permit.
. For campus safety, motorcycles should only be operated on the streets, and not operated on sidewalks or pedestrian paths.
. Parking lots refer to open air surface parking areas either on or off campus.
. Parking structures are multi story parking facilities consisting of alternating flat sections and ramps. Structures typically provide handicap parking areas, carpool parking areas, electric vehicle parking areas, and an abundance of regular parking spaces.
. The person to whom a vehicle is legally registered with the Department of Motor Vehicles. Notifications regarding vehicle citations will always be sent to the Registered Owner unless the Registered Permit Holder registers their vehicle in our system and requests their local address be used instead.
Registered Permit Holder
. The person to whom a parking permit has been issued by Transportation Services. May or may not also be the Registered Owner, as defined in Section 1.18. Example: A student may be the Registered Permit Holder, but one of their parents may be the Registered Owner.
. Spaces designated and identified by the presence of posted signs, curb markings, parking space markings or other similar devices commonly used to indicate motor vehicle parking spaces. With the exception of carpool spaces, Reserved spaces are reserved at all times for the person who paid for that specific space, or category of vehicles for whom the space is reserved, and should not be used by anyone not possessing a specific Reserved space permit
Adherence to these rules
. No vehicle shall be stopped, left standing or parked on USC property except in conformance with these Rules & Regulations. Observe all posted signs at entrances and individual parking spaces, as applicable. Failure to familiarize yourself with these Rules & Regulations, and or parking in a manner that violates these Rules & Regulations, may subject your vehicle to citation, immobilization, and or impound.
Everyone pays for parking
. Parking at USC is not free. Every faculty staff member, student, and visitor, to either of our campuses or any of our facilities, is required to pay for parking or, if a visitor, have parking arranged in advance for them by the person department that they are visiting. This rule applies and may be enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including nights, weekends, and holidays. All persons parking in USC owned parking lots structures must display
. Annually, an exception to this rule is made on Commencement Day main ceremony, typically the second or third Friday in May, when regular on campus parking at UPC is provided to all guests free of charge. All other Rules are still in effect on Commencement Day, including those related to Reserved Spaces, Handicapped Spaces, Fine Lanes, etc.
Loading Yellow zones
. Loading Yellow zones are designated for the immediate loading or unloading of passengers or cargo only. They are reserved for Vendor use, and specifically require a Vendor Permit or Vendor Pass at all times. Vendor day use passes are available at any of the manned entrances to the University, and are valid for one hour from the time of issuance. If you require more time, you may park in any on campus parking structure PSA, PSB, PSD, PSX beyond th
Emergency Red zones
. Emergency Red zones are reserved at all times for officially marked emergency vehicles ONLY e.g., fire department, police department, DPS vehicles. Do not park in an Emergency Red zone, for any length of time, for any reason, unless specifically directed to do so by USC Transportation, Department of Public Safety or any other emergency response personnel. This rule also applies to parking within 15 feet of a fire hydrant, whether or not the hydra
. The driver of any vehicle involved in an accident on USC property resulting in death or injury to any person, damage to the property of any person or any damage to Universityowned property shall, in addition to making any other reports required by the California Vehicle Code, within twenty four 24 hours report such accident to the USC Department of Public Safety by calling their non emergency phone number: 213 740 6000. Emergencies on USC propert
. A University parking permit entitles the registered permit holders to park in any legal space designated for that permit type if: a space is available, b the permit is properly displayed, and c the vehicle is parked in accordance with these Rules & Regulations. Categories of University Parking Permits and eligibility are determined solely by the Director of Transportation Services.
. Lost permits are subject to a lost permit fee. If a permit is located after it has been reported as being lost, DO NOT use it under any circumstances; using a permit previously reported as being lost constitutes Abuse of privilege as described in Section above.
Off campus student housing permits
. Off campus student housing permits are restricted only to residents of that specific housing facility. Permits or passes for on campus lots structures, at either UPC or HSC, are not allowed in any off campus housing lots, at any time. Off campus housing parking permits are valid in on campus parking lots structures e.g., PSA, PSB, PSD, PSX only between the hours of 5:00pm 7:00am weekdays, and all day on weekends excluding home football game days.
Evening student permits
. Evening student permits are special permits that are ONLY valid between the hours of 5:00pm 7:00am, including weekends, holidays, etc. They are not valid at all, on any day of the week, between the hours of 7:00am 5:00pm.
Night shift staff permits
. Night shift staff permits are special permits that are ONLY valid between the hours of 10:00pm 7:00am, including weekends, holidays, etc. They are not valid at all, on any day of the week, between the hours of 7:00am 10:00pm.
Electric Vehicle EV permits
. Section 2.3.6 and Appendix 5 detail where vehicles with EV permits may be charged. When an electric vehicle is not parked in a valid charging space, EV permits are treated like an undesignated permit, as detailed in Section 3.4.7 above. Again, all Reserved spaces rules & restrictions detailed in sections 2.3 2.4 still apply.
. Motorcycle permits are valid in any motorcycle parking area in any of the on campus parking structures PSA, PSB, PSD, and PSX, 24 hours a day, including weekends and holidays.
Permit use after hours on weekends
. Regular permit holders at UPC and HSC can typically use their permit to park at any on campus lot or structure between the hours of 5:00pm 7:00am weekdays, and all day on weekends. NOTE: This does not apply to day use passes which must be purchased every day and are only good until midnight on the day issued, and holders of various specialty permits e.g., faculty one day or two day permits, evening permits, vendor permits. The use of a regular pe
Rights of ownership
. As a private institution entity, the University of Southern California is governed by a Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees have, in turn, fully empowered the Office of the University President to create within the USC Auxiliary Services Division the USC Transportation Services office, specifically for the stated purpose of establishing procedures designed to inform, educate, regulate, monitor, and enforce parking requirements for all Univer
. Parking regulations are in effect year round, including semester breaks. These enforcement regulations apply to all persons who operate motor vehicles or bicycles on Indiana University property. It is the owners responsibility to read and fully understand the parking regulations. Professing ignorance of them will not be accepted as an excuse to alleviate fines assessed for violations. Vehicles must park in established parking spaces only. Vehicle
. For campus safety, motorcycles should only be operated on the streets, and not operated on sidewalks or pedestrian paths.
Move out week
. During the period when students are moving in and out of residence halls at the beginning and end of each semester, vehicles may be permitted to stand in adjacent driveways for up to 30 minutes for loading purposes. Each such vehicle must be constantly attended by a person who can move it immediately in the event of an emergency. An unattended vehicle may be towed at the owners expense.
. Vehicles displaying Indiana issued Disabled American Veteran license plates may park at any campus meter without feeding the meter if the disabled veteran is driving or being transported in the vehicle. Vehicles with any IU campus Disabled Permit may park at the Disabled meters and are not required to pay the meter. Only vehicles displaying a state issued Disabled license plate plaque are required to pay the meter. Any valid state issued Disable
. Daily visitors with handicapped license plates or placards from a government agency may park in designated handicapped spaces or at parking meters. University parking permits are required in non handicapped spaces. Faculty, staff including permanent non university staff students and long term parkers with handicapped license plates or placards must purchase a main campus permit. Faculty, staff and students requesting main campus parking for med
. Motor vehicles and motorcycles operated or owned by Faculty Staff, Students, or members of their immediate family who park during restricted hours must display the appropriate current permit as indicated by the regulatory sign at the lot entrance.
. Metered parking for university visitors is available on university streets, drives, and in several lots around the campus. Visitor Parking is marked by entrance signs designating Visitor Parking. Visitors must pay the established meter fee. Day Meter Permits are available and may be used at university meters only, excluding university of Illinois short term 30 minute red meters. University meters are designated by the Block I displayed across the
Rental Parking Facilities
. Hours during which rental lots may be used are posted on the entrance signs. The university is not responsible for any fees or damages incurred as a result of failure to display the proper rental permit. Priority for lot rental assignment is by date of request. The registered owner of the permit is responsible for any fees assessed for violation of parking regulations or towing and or immobilization fees attributed to the vehicle bearing the perm
Compact Vehicle Parking
. Compact Vehicle spaces shall be signed Compact Vehicle or Car Only. A yellow line will be painted on the pavement near the opening of the stall. The line shall be painted near the rear of the space and parallel to the head of the space. The yellow line shall define the qualification of any vehicle entering the space as compact or not. Any vehicle, after it has been parked, protruding beyond the compact vehicle line, defined by the furthest edge o
. Parking enforcement is the responsibility of the New York City Police Department. If you have any questions about police policies or procedures in enforcing traffic regulations or issuing tickets.
Stopping Standing and Parking
. If there is more than one sign posted for the same area, the more restrictive one is the one in effect. If a sign is missing on a block, the remaining posted regulations are the ones that are in effect. Please check the entire block and read all signs carefully before you park.
Alternate Side Parking
. Many streets in New York have alternate side regulations, which allow for street cleaning. The City suspends alternate side parking regulations on 34 legal and religious holidays.
Valid Parking Permit
. A valid parking permit is a hang tag or sticker issued only by UNL Parking & Transit Services. Recriprocal Permits Parking permits from UNK, UNO, and UNMC may be used on the UNL Campus. However, any University of Nebraska faculty, staff and students who are primarily assigned to the UNL campus must purchase a permit from UNLs Parking & Transit Services Office and may not use permits from other campuses.