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Class C parking permits are available to any student enrolled in the University. Class M parking permits are issued for motorcycles, motor-assisted bicycles, and motor scooters. These vehicles may be parked only in areas designated for their use. Class R permits are available to residents of University-owned housing located on the main campus. Class G parking permits are available to graduate students at the University who also are employed by the University at least twenty hours a week. A signed copy of the appointment or reappointment form is required to obtain a permit.
Class C, M, and G permits purchased in the fall semester are valid through August 31 of the following year. Class R permits are valid through May 31 of the following year, with a permit for the summer session available for an additional fee. The fees are $78 for a class C permit, $40 for a class M permit, and $90 for a class G permit. The fee for an R permit for the fall and spring semesters is $340. Permits purchased after September 30 are prorated at a monthly rate of $7 for a class C permit, $4 for a class M, and $8 for a class G, and are valid through the end of the summer session. A class R permit is prorated after September 30 at a monthly rate of $38. Replacement permits are available for a nominal fee. Parking garage contracts are available to commuter students for $205 a semester and $90 for the summer session, or $465 for twelve months; contracts for student residents of Jester Center are $295 a semester or $540 for nine months. Permit refunds are offered during the add-drop period for the semester that the permit was purchased.
Individuals whose vehicles display a valid University disabled permit, plus the state-issued license plate or placard for the disabled, may park in any space designated for the disabled and are exempt from parking meter fees and time limits. University disabled permits are available at no charge at the Office of the Dean of Students, Student Services Building, 100 West Dean Keeton Street, fourth floor. Applicants must show their state disabled permit or disabled license plate registration, plus a copy of their Texas Department of Transportation disabled permit application signed by a physician. Temporary disabled permits may be obtained from Parking and Transportation Services. A person whose vehicle displays the disabled veteran license plate is not entitled to use a parking space designated for the disabled unless the vehicle also displays the state-issued placard.
A printed copy of University parking and traffic regulations is available on request from the Parking and Transportation Services Office located in the Service Building, Room 1, (512) 471-PARK and at the Web site http://www.utexas.edu/business/parking. A list of charges for violation of the regulations follows.
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