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Administration & Finance Division Police & Parking Services. Parking & Transportation 2014-2015. Why are Parking Permit Increases Necessary?. The master plan emphasizes the goal of a pedestrian-friendly, safe, walkable campus. This results in fewer parking spaces in the campus core.

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Administration finance division police parking services

Administration& Finance DivisionPolice & Parking Services

Parking & Transportation

2014-2015


Why are parking permit increases necessary

Why are Parking Permit Increases Necessary?

  • The master plan emphasizes the goal of a pedestrian-friendly, safe, walkable campus. This results in fewer parking spaces in the campus core.

  • Master plan shows need for 2,400 additional spaces in the next 10 years. The most efficient and effective way is a parking garage.

  • Revenues are necessary to:

    • Increase operating costs at 3% per year.

    • Maintain current parking inventory (current cost is $112 a space per year).

    • Build and maintain new lots and an eventual parking deck.

    • Build reserves for future bond covenants.


Parking services overview

Parking Services-Overview

  • Administers and manages the parking permit system.

  • Manages student accounts and payroll deduction for faculty/staff.

  • Manages the citation process including billing and appeals.

  • Maintains inventory and maintenance of parking lots/spaces.

  • Responds to customer services requests.

  • Parking services is funded through the permit process. On average, 7,000 permits are issued each year for 6,250 spaces.

  • Fine revenues are required by state law to be transferred to the K-12 system. We only keep 20% for administrative costs.


Parking services current budget

Parking Services-Current Budget

Revenues

$672,000 parking permits

$120,000 fines

$792,000 total

Expenses

$415,000 personnel and operating

$250,000 capital improvements

$96,000 transfer to K-12 System

$761,000 total

Available for Reserve: $31,000


Brutal facts

Brutal Facts

  • Lack of pedestrian safety.

  • Current parking configuration doesn’t meet existing peak demand and will be unable to meet future peak demand.

  • New & Repaving projects are expensive:

    • HHS Overflow lot - $600,000

    • Coulter/Forsyth repave - $200,000

    • Creek Lot repave - $253,450

    • Albright-Benton repave - $246,651


Lack of pedestrian safety

Lack of Pedestrian Safety


Increasing enrollment demands

Increasing Enrollment Demands


Parking supply today

Parking Supply Today……


Parking supply need tomorrow

Parking Supply Need Tomorrow…


Parking garage

Parking Garage

1,200 space garage would increase parking inventory by almost 20%.

Construction Costs- $19,000 to $24,000 per space.

Total Cost $23 to $29 million.

Construction would necessitate acquiring a revenue bond for construction 30 year @ approx. 5% interest.

Bond covenant would require a 10%-15% reserve to borrow money.


Amortization

Amortization

1,200 spaces @ $18k space

1,200 spaces @ $24k space

  • Cost of Construction-

    $29 million

  • Annual Payment-

    $1.88 million p/yr.

  • Increase in permit fee- $270 in addition to current fees.

  • Cost of Construction-

    $22 million

  • Annual Payment-

    $1.43 million p/yr.

  • Increase in permit fee- $205 in addition to current fees.


Faculty staff tier permits 2013

Faculty/Staff Tier Permits-2013


Options considered

Options Considered

  • Across the board flat fee increase.

  • Parking fees based on salary level.

  • Convenience vs. Cost for fee amount (choice).

  • New employees/students paying elevated fee vs. existing employees/students.

    Carpool permits will be considered for all options.


2014 2015 proposals

2014-2015 Proposals


Faculty staff option 1

Faculty/Staff – Option # 1

Flat Rate Increase for Faculty & Staff


Faculty staff flat rate increase for permits 4 years implementation

Faculty/Staff Flat Rate Increase for Permits – 4 Years Implementation

  • Reserved - $164 increase per year - $13.66 increase per month.

    2014-$260 2015-$424 2016-$588 2017-$752

  • Faculty/Staff- $52 increase per year - $4.33 increase per month.

    2014-$148 2015-$200 2016-$252 2017-$304


Faculty staff option 2

Faculty/Staff – Option # 2

Salary Level permits

for Faculty & Staff


Faculty staff salary level permits

Faculty/Staff Salary Level Permits

Faculty /Staff Current Salary Levels (10/28/13)


Faculty staff salary level permits 4 years implementation

Faculty/Staff Salary Level Permits – 4 Years Implementation

  • Reserved - $164 increase per year - $13.66 increase per month.

    2014-$260 2015-$424 2016-$588 2017-$752

  • Permanent Employees >$100k salary per year - $89 increase per year - $7.42 increase per month.

    2014-$185 2015-$274 2016-$363 2017-$452

  • Permanent Employees $75k-$99,999 salary per year - $64 increase per year. - $5.33 increase per month.

    2014-$160 2015-$224 2016-$288 2017-$352

  • Permanent Employees $50k-$74,999 salary per year - $51 increase per year - $4.25 increase per month.

    2014-$147 2015-$198 2016-$249 2017-$300

  • Permanent Employees $35k-$49,999 salary per year - $38 increase per year - $3.17 increase per month.

    2014-$134 2015-$172 2016-$210 2017-$248

  • Permanent Employees $25k-$34,999 salary per year - $24 increase per year - $2.00 increase per month.

    2014-$120 2015-$144 2016-$168 2017-$192

  • Permanent Employees <$24,999 salary per year – $12.00 increase per year - $1.00 increase per month.

    2014-$1082015-$120$2016-$1322017-$144

  • Temporary Employees / Adjunct Faculty – prorated based on schedule.


Faculty staff option 3

Faculty/Staff – Option # 3

Convenience vs. Cost – Tiered Permits


Faculty staff tiered permit system

Faculty/Staff Tiered Permit System

  • Institute a 3 tier approach to permits.

  • Top Tier for premium lots located in the core of campus.

  • Middle Tier for lots located on the perimeter of the core.

  • Bottom Tier (outer perimeter of campus).


Faculty staff tier parking lots

Faculty/Staff Tier Parking Lots

  • Top Tier

    • HFR, HHS, Killian Bldg lane, McKee circle, McKee South/end, Natural Science, Scott front/drive, Scott front/hedge, Upper UC, Ramsey A&B.

  • Middle Tier

    • Albright, Bardo Center, Baptist Church 4-tier, Belk, Bird, Brown/upper, Brown/lower, Buchanan, Camp, Camp/back, Central drive, Circle drive, Dodson 2, Fieldhouse, Methodist Church.

  • Bottom Tier

    • Grounds Shop, Kneedler, Moore, Old Motor Pool, Print Shop, Reynolds, Village, Warehouse lots, Water Treatment.


Faculty staff tier permits 4 years implementation

Faculty/Staff Tier Permits – 4 Years Implementation

  • Reserved - $164 increase per year - $13.66 increase per month.

    2014-$260 2015-$424 2016-$588 2017-$752

  • Top Tier - $76 increase per year - $6.33 increase per month.

    2014-$172 2015-$248 2016-$324 2017-$400

  • Middle Tier -$51 increase per year - $4.25 increase per month.

    2014-$147 2015-$198 2016-$249 2017-$300

  • Bottom Tier-$26 increase per year. - $2.17 increase per month.

    2014-$122 2015-$148 2016-$174 2017-$200


Analysis of options

Analysis of Options

  • Cost vs. Convenience is the most widely used and accepted business practice for parking by public and private entities.

  • Cost vs. Convenience is based on consumer choice for the value of the parking service.

  • Master Plan parking consultant strongly recommends the Cost vs. Convenience model.

  • Salary Level option may be perceived as more equitable by employees.

  • Flat Rate option disperses costs equally across permit holders.


Students option 1

Students – Option # 1

Flat Rate Increase

for Students


Students flat rate increase for permits 4 years implementation

Students Flat Rate Increase for Permits – 4 Years Implementation

  • Students - $52 increase per year - $4.33 increase per month.

    2014-$148 2015-$200 2016-$252 2017-$304


Students option 2

Students – Option # 2

Convenience vs. Costs – Tiered Permits


Student tiered permit system

Student Tiered Permit System

  • Institute a 3 tier approach to permitsand allow purchase based on class standing.

  • Top Tier - for premium lots within the core of campus.

  • Middle Tier - for lots on the perimeter of the core.

  • Bottom Tier and Freshman - for lots on the outer perimeter of campus.


Student tiered parking lots

Student Tiered Parking Lots

  • Top Tier

    • Albright/Benton, Balsam lower, Balsam upper, Blue Ridge, Buchanan South, Buchanan West, Central drive Hall, Central drive Hall/gravel, Dix Gap/Central drive, Harrill, HFR/student, Madison, Norton road Hall, Reynolds, Robertson, Scott rear, Track, Village, Walker.

  • Middle Tier

    • Baptist Church 4-tier, HHS, Ramsey creek, Norton road/Comm, Reid Gym lot, Band lot, Joyner Plaza, Fieldhouse, Village/Comm/Res, Camp lot, Stadium/Big Cat, Buchanan/Central Robertson S/Comm/Res, Camp lot, Madison/Comm/Res, HHS Impound.

  • Bottom Tier and Freshman

    • HHS gravel, North Baseball, South Baseball, Walker A.


Student tiered permit system 4 years implementation

Student Tiered Permit System - 4 Years Implementation

  • Top Tier-$76 increase per year - $6.33 increase per month.

    2014-$172 2015-$248 2016-$324 2017-$400

  • Middle Tier-$51 increase per year - $4.25 increase per month.

    2014-$147 2015-$198 2016-$249 2017-$300

  • Bottom Tier-$26 increase per year- $2.17 increase per month.

    2014-$122 2015-$148 2016-$174 2017-$200


Students option 3

Students – Option # 3

Student Permits by Class


Student permit by class 4 years implementation

Student Permit by Class - 4 Years Implementation

  • Freshman Resident< 30 hours credit - $76 increase per year - $38 increase per semester

    2014-$172 2015-$248 2016-$324 2017-$400

  • Sophomore Resident 30 – 59 hours credit- $64 increase per year - $32 increase per semester.

    2014-$160 2015-$224 2016-$288 2017-$352

  • Junior Resident 60 – 89 hours credit - $52 increase per year - $26 increase per semester

    2014-$148 2015-$200 2016-$252 2017-$304

  • Senior Resident > 90 hours credit and Graduate Resident - $26 increase per year - $13 increase per semester

    2014-$122 2015-$148 2016-$174 2017-$200

  • Commuter - $64.00 increase per year - $32 increase per semester

    2014-$160 2015-$224 2016-$288 2017-$352


Night weekend parking

Night & Weekend Parking

  • Current model requires full time employees who bring a car to campus in the evening to have a permit.

  • No permit required for part-time students to park after 5 pm on weeknights.

  • No changes are recommended for 2014-15.


Coulter forsyth

Coulter/Forsyth

  • Situated at the very core of campus.

  • Prime location for faculty/staff parking.

  • Prime location for special event venue.

  • Proposal to “close” Coulter/Forsyth to permit parking and initiate a multi-metered approach.

  • Opportunities for visitor parking and access to food, bookstore, student and other services.

  • Master plan goals call for Coulter/Forsyth lot to eventually be replaced with instructional building.

  • Re-locate parking from Coulter/Forsyth to Bardo Art Center, Methodist Church, and Dodson II.


Multi meter

Multi-Meter


Multi meter1

Multi-Meter

Pay and Display

  • The motorist parks, walks to the parking pay station, and pays by credit card, cash, or CatCard for the amount of parking time desired and is issued a receipt.

  • Operational 8 am – 5 pm on Monday-Friday.

  • $3 to $5 per hour.

  • Multi-Meter options can make parking more visitor friendly, as well serve the needs for students and faculty/staff for short term parking needs.


Fine proposal increases to some fines

Fine Proposal – Increases to some Fines


Fine proposal no increases to these fines

Fine Proposal – No Increases to these Fines


Questions

Questions?

This presentation and FAQs are located on the Parking Services website:

http://www.wcu.edu/about-wcu/campus-services/university-police/parking-services/


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