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The University Parking and Transportation Committee recommends to the vice president for Administration and Finance concerning regulations governing traffic and parking on the UCF campus.

Meeting Schedule

Meetings are schedule by the chair of the committee. No action can be taken at committee meetings unless a majority of the voting membership is present.


Meeting Materials and Reports

The committee submits a brief annual report of the committees’ activities by the end of the second week of August each year. Below are the annual reports for the committee.


Committee Members

Terry Wheeler, Chair
UCF IT
Enterprise Application Services
Email: Terry.Wheeler@ucf.edu

Membership

The committee shall consist of two faculty members (selected by the Committee on Committees. The chair of the Faculty Senate Parking, Transportation and Safety Committee or designee will serve as an ex officio member); two students (appointed by the president of the Student Government Association); two staff members (appointed by the USPS Staff Council); and one administrative and professional employee (appointed by the vice president for Administration and Finance). The vice president for Administration and Finance or designee (ex officio) will identify other ex officio members. The vice president for Administration and Finance will appoint one additional member to serve as chair. The vice chair shall be elected annually by its membership at the first meeting of the committee after the new Faculty Senate is elected, normally in the early fall term.Terms of service shall be two years, staggered with the exception of the student members, who shall serve for one year.


Duties and Responsibilities

  1. To recommend to the vice president for Administration and Finance changes to the UCF regulations that govern traffic and parking on the UCF campus.
  2. To review programs or services designed to improve traffic, transportation, or parking services to the UCF community.
  3. To review and approve special parking permits and 24-hour reserved parking spaces.
  4. To report the results of fringe benefits and other related faculty and staff benefits studies to the Senate.
  5. To review and approve conversion of metered, faculty/staff parking spaces, or drop-off and pick-up spaces.

Committee Guidance

UCF Regulation 6.007 Traffic/Parking Regulation and Enforcement
Parking Services website


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