Citations are issued to vehicles in violation of ASU Parking Rules and Regulations to maintain a safe parking environment and to ensure that paying customers find a parking space when they arrive at their assigned lot or structure.
日本一本道a不卡免费Fines on a citation may increase upon repeat offenses, and late fees will be assessed to citations left unpaid after 30, 60 and 90 days past the issuance date. Unpaid citations after 120 days are subject to collections.
If your car is towed, you will need to come to the PTS office during regular business hours for payment and tow release forms before going to the tow company. After 4:30 p.m., contact the Tempe campus PTS Dispatch office at 480-965-0641.
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Avoid a citation
日本一本道a不卡免费ASU does not offer free parking. Follow these tips to avoid a parking citation:
- Consider purchasing additional time due to ASU events or other uncontrollable factors such as a class not getting out in time.
- Many pay machines have an option to input a phone number to remind you when paid parking will expire or to allow extension of your time when paying with a credit card.
- Some lots do not allow for time extension since they are intended to serve as short-term visitor parking.
- Do not share a permit with family or friends.
- Permits allow for one entry and exit at a time. Sharing a permit to avoid hourly parking rates may result in citation, fees or loss of parking privileges.
- If you drive multiple cars to campus, you must add the license plate of those vehicles to the permit in your transportation account.
- Do not tailgate another vehicle entering or exiting the structure. Wait for the gate arm to close and reopen.
- Ensure the gate arm at a structure lowers complete before pulling a ticket to activate the lift function.
- Most pay machines in lots require you to enter your license plate. Verify you have entered the plate correctly.
- Take a picture of your license plate for reference.
- Never park in an ASU service, handicap or reserved vehicle space, or along a red curb without displaying the proper hashtag, placard or plate.
- Oversize vehicles must park on the rooftop of structures.
- Pay attention to curb markings and signs as you enter a parking space. Restricted spaces are always marked with paint or signs.
Pay a citation
You can pay your citation through your , or mail payment in the envelope accompanied with the citation.
Petition a citation
日本一本道a不卡免费The appeals process begins with an administrative review. If you disagree with the ruling, you may request an appeals board hearing followed by a judicial review.
- Administrative review
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Eligible citations must be appealed within seven calendar days from the date the citation was issued, exclusive of the issuance and university holidays.
- Board hearing
日本一本道a不卡免费An administrative decision is subject to appeal and are heard at a Parking Citations Appeals Board Hearing. The PCAB is an independent board comprised of ASU faculty, staff and students. All PCAB hearings are held on the Tempe campus. The PCAB does not accept remote attendant testimony, only written and in-person appearances.
How to appeal to the PCAB:
- Pay the citation in full.
- File a written appeal to the PCAB within 14 days after the administrative decision date. The appeal must state, in detail, the grounds whereby it is believed the administrative decision was erroneous.
- The appeal must be accompanied by a receipt issued from Parking and Transit Services indicating that the citation fine(s) are paid.
日本一本道a不卡免费The PCAB may reverse, modify or affirm the administrative decision. Upon ruling, if in favor of the appellant, the fine(s) are refunded to the account. If there are no other outstanding charges, a balance refund is processed to the individual by ASU.
- Judicial review
If you are not satisfied with the judgment of the PCAB, you may file with the .