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All traffic and parking regulations are enforced 24 HOURS A DAY,
seven days a week, 52 weeks a year.
Parking Regulations for The University of Toledo are broken down into 4 parts. They are:
Parts A, B, and C – Policy Statement, Purpose, and Definitions – Outlines under what authority the university has established the parking regulations; the definitions for terms used within the regulations; the role of the University Police Department in enforcing the parking regulations; the use of valid assumption in identifying responsible parties; and to whom the parking regulations apply.
Part D, Section 1 – Permit Requirements – Describes the various permits available; who is required to obtain a permit, and in what circumstances; when permits are not needed; and how to get a permit replaced.
Part D, Section 2 – Parking Permits – Discusses the proper display of parking permits, including motorcycle permits; transferring permits from vehicle to vehicle; and what to do if a permit is stolen or lost.
Part D, Section 3 – Occasional Visitors – Covers the permit needs of people who are not affiliated with the University, but who are visiting UT, either for a day, or for a series of days.
Part D, Section 4 – Approved Parking – Outlines the general guidelines all motorists are required to follow when parking on campus, including the significance of the color of the lines on the pavement in the parking lots; overnight parking restrictions; pay lots; motorcycle parking; and event parking.
Part D, Section 5 – Parking Fees – Outlines the various types of permits available for purchase; how people are classified as part time or full time students, etc; and how much permits cost.
Part D, Section 6 – Parking Rules – The heart of the University’s Parking Regulations, this section details what is expected of people who operate a vehicle on University property. Included in this section are prohibitions on parking in certain areas; right of way at crosswalks; the campus speed limit; and restrictions on where bicycles may be secured.
Part D, Section 7 – Violations and Fines – Discusses the prompt payment incentive for parking tickets; vehicle immobilizations; outlines the University’s right to tow vehicles, and under what circumstances; responsibility of violations; and the consequences of failing to pay and/or appeal a violation.
Part D, Section 8 – Appeals – Discusses how and when to appeal a ticket.
Part D, Section 9 – General – General assumptions/policies.