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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: Biking to Campus
    U PASS Subcommittee Construction Contact Us Mechanically Issued Fees Special Designator Fees Building Services Emergency Management Engineering Operations Finance Business Maintenance Alterations Organization Relations Transportation Services Welcome to UW bikespace If you bike to campus or are bike curious bikespace is for you Bicycling is one of the green transportation options supported by UW Transportation Services and we re pleased to introduce bikespace as a single repository for the variety of bicycle offerings available on campus Interested in taking a bicycle maintenance class Curious where you can find covered bike parking on campus Itching to participate in Ride in the Rain It s all in one place bikespace and it s all just a click away Bikespace signs and decals identify UW bike racks lockers and houses These make it easy for students and employees to contact Transportation Services with bike related comments or questions Calculate your commute Use this interactive web based application to explore how your commute choices affect the cost CO2 output and calories burned by your commute Created by UW students funded by the Campus Sustainability Fund and supported by UW Transportation Services and the Environmental Stewardship Sustainability ESS office the site gives commuters a new

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/bike (2014-06-24)
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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: Bus or Train to Campus
    Transit Community Transit Sound Transit Pierce Transit Everett Transit Kitsap Transit King County Water Taxi and Seattle Streetcar anytime anywhere U PASS also gives you full fare coverage on light rail and on the Sounder commuter train Sounder provides a quick commute option from Tacoma or Everett Link light rail provides service between Sea Tac Airport and downtown Seattle King County Water Taxi offers beautiful views of Puget Sound as you cross between downtown Seattle and West Seattle or Vashon Island via passenger ferry Enjoy your commute time reading or relaxing rather than grinding your teeth in traffic It s easy to ride the bus with your U PASS Just tap your U PASS on the ORCA card reader as board the bus On Sounder and Link light rail tap your U PASS on the ORCA card reader prior to entering the train and show your U PASS to the attendant if asked Failure to tap before boarding the train may result in a citation Tap your U PASS again at your destination station as you leave Alerts Announcements and Service Changes For current alerts announcements and service changes see individual transit agencies King County Metro Community Transit Sound Transit Pierce Transit Everett Transit Kitsap Transit King County Water Taxi Seattle Streetcar Learn More Taking the bus Find the best route Taking the train Sounder Train Planning your route TripPlanner Going to a Husky Football game Take advantage of Husky Park and Ride bus service For 5 a game leave your car at a Park and Ride and take a bus right to the stadium Passes are available at participating Park and Ride lots on game day More on game day Park and Ride locations Bikes on Buses You your bike the bus and a U PASS are a great

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/bus-train (2014-06-24)
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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: Carpool or Vanpool to Campus
    and U PASS vanpool subsidies expire on June 30 and you must renew on or before June 30 to avoid interruptions to your vanpool subsidy and U PASS service We Heart Rideshare Week 2014 February 10 through 14 is We Heart Rideshare Week on campus Click here for event information including how to receive an exclusive rideshare care package Calculate your commute Use this interactive web based application to explore how your commute choices affect the cost CO2 output and calories burned by your commute Created by UW students funded by the Campus Sustainability Fund and supported by UW Transportation Services and the Environmental Stewardship Sustainability ESS office the site gives commuters a new tool for making commuting choices Try it Carpool Carpooling is a flexible cost saving commute option for UW employees and student U PASS holders You can carpool all the time or just on occasion as a supplement to the way you regularly commute Carpool Permits See the Quarterly Annual Carpool Permit page for information on this option Daily Carpooling See the Impromptu Carpooling page for information on this option Vanpool Vanpools are groups of 5 to 15 people who live at least 3 miles away from the UW Seattle campus and share their commute in a van owned maintained and insured by a transit agency Start or Join a Vanpool See the Vanpool page for information on this option Need help connecting with a rideshare partner UW has partnered with Zimride to provide a convenient way to match up with other UW students faculty and staff looking to share the ride You can also connect with rideshare partners through RideshareOnline which is managed by Washington State Department of Transportation and is currently available throughout Washington and Idaho Campus Visitors Can Share the Ride Too Consider sharing

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/carpool-vanpool-info (2014-06-24)
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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: Driving to Campus
    U PASS Subcommittee Construction Contact Us Mechanically Issued Fees Special Designator Fees Building Services Emergency Management Engineering Operations Finance Business Maintenance Alterations Organization Relations Transportation Services Driving to Campus Calculate your commute Use this interactive web based application to explore how your commute choices affect the cost CO2 output and calories burned by your commute Created by UW students funded by the Campus Sustainability Fund and supported by UW Transportation Services and the Environmental Stewardship Sustainability ESS office the site gives commuters a new tool for making commuting choices Try it Driving Directions UW Medical Center South Campus Center Central Campus including Suzzallo and Allen Libraries Meany Theatre Kane Hall and the Henry Art Gallery UW Visitors Information Center UW Club and eastern main campus locations adjacent to UW Club such as the HUB Padelford Hall Schools of Engineering and College of Arts Sciences The HUB is directly across the street west of UW Club Husky sports facilities North Campus including the Hughes Penthouse Theatre the Burke Museum the Law School and the Foster Business School Northeast campus residence halls including Hansee McCarty Haggett and McMahon West campus residence halls including Terry Lander Mercer and Stevens Court Center on Human

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/drive (2014-06-24)
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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: Telework
    certain cases employees are required by their departments to telework but more often than not these arrangements are established out of employee requests Employees wishing to initiate a telework arrangement should start by reading through the information available on the UW Human Resources teleworking webpage and preparing a telework proposal for their supervisor The material on the webpage explains the technological and logistical considerations that need to be accounted for when drafting a proposal A successful telework proposal should address any concerns a supervisor may have with a telework arrangement Step 2 Discuss and Formalize Teleworking Logistics with a Supervisor After a supervisor approves an employee s telework proposal the next step is to discuss and work through the logistics of the arrangement UW Human Resources provides several documents on their website to help guide this discussion and formalize an agreement The Telework Feasibility Worksheet contains a list of discussion questions relating to the technological and logistical needs for teleworking Additional technological guidance can be found in the Teleworking Technology Guide and Checklist The Telework Assignment Document formalizes the discussion points into a contract to be signed by both the employee and the supervisor Lastly both parties should sign the Voluntary Telework Agreement which states that the telework arrangement will be in compliance with University policies Step 3 Try it Out Once a telework arrangement is discussed and formalized by the employee and the supervisor the employee should begin teleworking and continue talking with their manager about how the arrangement is working for both parties A teleworking schedule may be terminated at any time if it is not beneficial for the employee or the department FAQs How do I know if I am eligible and able to telework in my position You should meet with your supervisor or manager to discuss the feasibility of teleworking in your position While teleworking is not an option for every position employees are welcome to submit a telework proposal to their supervisor Establishing teleworking schedules is ultimately the decision of supervisors and departments Does teleworking have any impact on my terms of employment No teleworking has no impact on salary benefits leave job duties or any other terms of employment What are the technology requirements for teleworking Employees will likely need access to their email calendaring applications and system files when teleworking There may be additional hardware software and security requirements necessary for your offsite workstation depending on your position Please refer to the Teleworking Technology Guide and Checklist for details about ensuring that your offsite workstation is technologically compatible How much does it cost to install the necessary technology for teleworking Costs to install teleworking technology vary based on an employee s current at home system and the technology required for the duties of the position In general employees will need a high speed internet connection access to UW email access to personal files computer security features and a reliable phone connection Will UW reimburse me for my internet phone bills if I

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/telework (2014-06-24)
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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: U-PASS
    staff employed in permanent positions and working at least 50 percent time Temporary and hourly employees working at least three days a week throughout the quarter in which they wish to purchase a U PASS Affiliates certified by a University Human Resources office to be employed on campus at least three days per week throughout the quarter Visiting scholars who are here throughout the quarter and Retirees employed on campus 40 percent time or at least three days a week throughout the quarter on either an hourly or uncompensated basis Temporary and hourly employees working at least three days a week throughout the quarter who are not eligible to receive a Husky Card are eligible to purchase the U PASS equivalent TEMP Pass see below The following students are automatically U PASS members through universal student U PASS Students registered in state funded courses except students who are part of the state tuition exemption program and Students registered for classes and enrolled in a fee based degree major through Professional Continuing Education PCE who pay the Services and Activities Fee SAF The following people are not eligible for a U PASS from UW Seattle Non matriculated distance learning students PCE students taking non credit classes except English Language Programs and PCE students taking credit courses not affiliated with UW Seattle Harborview UW Tacoma and UW Bothell employees and students Visiting students who are not enrolled at UW Retirees who are not working or are working less than 40 percent time Volunteers and Affiliates not employed on the Seattle campus Reactivating your U PASS powered by ORCA U PASS members who do not finalize activation within 60 days must submit a Reactivation Request After you submit your reactivation request your U PASS will be available for transit after two days You must use your card on transit within 60 days of reactivation to finalize your U PASS powered by ORCA membership TEMP Pass formerly called UW FlexPass U PASS equivalent for temporary hourly employees To serve employees who are not eligible to receive Husky Cards Transportation Services issues the U PASS equivalent Transit Pass for Temporary and Hourly Employees TEMP Pass This transit pass utilizes ORCA technology and requires the customer to agree to the applicable U PASS Terms of Use All FlexPass program rules and policies will apply to TEMP Pass TEMP Pass holders have access to all of the benefits above except participation in the PPUP program and gatehouse issued or E1 impromptu carpooling Available for purchase for one quarter duration only TEMP Passes are pro rated if purchased during the quarter TEMP Pass purchases are non refundable Subject to quarterly replacement fee of 50 if TEMP Pass is lost or stolen Only one replacement per quarter As the cost of the TEMP Pass is partially subsidized by UW employees must have UW EIDs and active employee status to purchase the TEMP Pass If employee does not have a valid UW EID or active employee status please contact Commuter

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/u-pass (2014-06-24)
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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: Parking
    Washington Medical Center 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St in the underground garage Gate houses are open Monday through Friday from 6 a m until 9 p m and on Saturdays from 7 a m until noon Gatehouses are closed on University of Washington holidays Parking Specialists are happy to assign a parking lot according to your destination Please ask about disability parking and building access information if needed Gate house permits are sold via a pay on entry system This means that the customer pays the full parking rate at the time of purchase and may return to a gate house for a prorated refund if the visit is less than four hours The Daily parking fee is 15 00 day between 6 a m and 5 p m weekdays The night parking rate begins at 5 p m and is 5 00 night excludes the Central Parking Garage see note below A weekend rate of 5 00 is charged when parking on Saturdays from 7 a m to noon excludes the Central Parking Garage see note below Please note The Central Parking Garage charges a non refundable 10 00 event rate every evening from 5 p m until 9 p m and on Saturdays from 7 a m until noon Campus parking may be paid with cash or a Visa Mastercard Complimentary parking is available on weekdays from 9 p m until 6 a m and on weekends from noon on Saturdays until 6 a m Monday mornings in unrestricted lots Parking is also complimentary on state holidays in unrestricted lots Please adhere to all posted restrictions Gate house parking is assigned on a first come first served basis Parking rules and regulations are enforced at all times on all days During large events such as Husky

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/parking (2014-06-24)
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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: Special Event Parking
    maneuverability Mason Road can accommodate approximately 15 full size buses stack parked along the east curb Mason Road is located on main campus near the power plant View a detailed map to Mason Road View the UW Campus Map Standing staging or parking a bus is not permitted in any area other than those designated for bus parking and bus load unloading Buses DO NOT have the authorization to access pedestrian pathways The only exception to this is for the purpose of transporting persons with disabilities Please fill out the Online Bus Request Form so we can start processing your request For any questions please call 206 616 8710 Athletic events and buses Contact the ICA Football Parking Hotline at 206 685 3410 for special bus parking arrangements on football game days Note Mason Road is not available for general bus parking on game days Follow the general bus parking rules above for all other athletic events Evening Event and Conference attendees If you plan to attend an evening event at Meany Theatre or Kane Hall the closest parking is in the Central Plaza Garage located underground at 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St Evening event parking after 5 p m in the Central Plaza Garage costs 10 00 However there is also additional parking in several west campus lots W12 and W14 where pay stations are available These areas are for parking after 4 p m weekdays and on Saturday mornings The pay stations accept Visa MC and coins but do not give change Parking in these lots is 5 sales and city parking taxes included See directions and parking information for Meany Theatre Henry Art Gallery and Kane Hall events Persons that are mobility impaired should self identify at any gatehouse when entering campus for assigned parking

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/parking/special-events (2014-06-24)
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