Rules & Regulations
Parking & Transit strives to provide exceptional customer service and accurate information, contributing to a safe campus environment for the University community and its visitors.
The regulation of parking is a service to the university, and is intended to protect student, staff, and faculty pedestrian mobility in fulfilling the class and work schedule itinerary; use available parking space in the best interests of the entire university; and maximize parking area consistent with land needs for the academic function, topography, financial feasibility, and maintenance of the natural beauty of the campus.
Parking & Transit is supported solely through the sale of permits, fines, and other user fees. It receives no income from state or tuition funds.
Any suggestions for improvement to Parking & Transit are welcomed and should be directed to email@example.com.
KSA 74-3209 through KSA 74-3216 authorizes the Board of Regents to promulgate regulations for the control of parking and traffic on the University of Kansas campus and to establish misuse fees for violations of the regulations. Besides the internal misuse fees, KSA 74-3215 provides for violations of the regulations to be prosecuted as misdemeanors in the courts of the 7th Judicial District of Kansas, with a maximum fine of twenty-five dollars ($25).
The Parking & Transit office is located in the Allen Fieldhouse Garage at Naismith Drive and Irving Hill Road, and is open 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and until 4:30 p.m. Friday, except holidays. Forms and additional information can also be found online [on this website].