The University of Arizona 2007 Parking Survival Guide If you have any questions about parking on campus, direct them to Parking & Transportation Services. Any other source is unreliable! Customer Relations 626-PARK (7275) http://parking.arizona.edu Questions??? Tips to Avoid Tickets
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2007 Parking Survival Guide
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Sun Tran Bus Passes are available at a reduced rate. Parking & Transportation Services subsidizes 40-50% of the cost of a bus pass.
Cat Tran Shuttle service is available on campus and from commuter parking lots.
Bicycle Registration is available at our office year-round. If your bike is stolen and recovered or impounded this allows PTS to contact the owner.
Carpool Permits are available for groups of three or more who live off-campus and want an economical way to park on campus. Restrictions apply.
Motorist Assistance Program for those who locked their keys in the car, have a flat tire, or a dead battery. Enforcement officers are available to assist.
Call 621-AUTO (2886).
Safety Officers patrol garages during regular hours of operation. Limited services are available from midnight until 6 a.m., Monday through Friday.
Disability Cart Service
is available to transport temporarily and permanently disabled customers. Contact Alternative Transportation to make arrangements. Call 626-CART(2278).
For Alternative Travel Methods & Commuting Solutions visit
http://parking.arizona.edu or www.i10tucson.com
This presentation is accessible on our web page athttp://parking.arizona.edu
Remember! Contact PTS with your parking questions/concerns.
Customer Relations 626-PARK (7275)