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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: Rates
    Event Arranged Parking Rates Citations Appeals Husky Sports Athletics Commute Champion Policies Committees Student U PASS Advisory Board University Transportation Committee Faculty Staff 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 Rates Download a PDF of the Parking and U PASS Rates table Each product has eligibility requirements that must be met

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/rates (2014-06-24)
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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: Parking Citations & Appeals
    a lack of knowledge of UW parking regulations are generally not valid reasons for an appeal Electing to appeal a citation waives the eligibility to pay the discounted fine amount For an appeal to be successful there must be substantial and valid evidence that the parking violation was NOT committed it occurred due to circumstances beyond the customer s control or there exist other extraordinary circumstances that should be considered Evidence must be provided when the petition is submitted Examples of evidence include doctor hospital notes or receipts mechanic repair receipts tow receipts or other official forms of documentation This documentation shall be submitted with the petition whether filed in person by mail or online The following reasons are not considered valid basis for appeal Lack of knowledge of rules and or regulations Other vehicles were parked improperly Only parked improperly for a short period of time Stated failure of parking officer to ticket previously for similar offenses Late to class or appointment Inability to pay the amount of the fine No other place to park There was a passenger left in the car A note of explanation was left on the windshield Violation not written for others in same or similar situation Instructions for Contesting a Citation Partial or Full Payment of the fine shall constitute a waiver to contest the citation Petition forms are available and accepted at the Commuter Services Office during business hours Please explain your basis for appeal with as much detail as possible Please include originals or copies of any documents or evidence i e Parking Permit photographs maps or letters Please retain a copy of the entire petition and any evidence for your records NO EMAIL All petitions require a signature by the petitioner prior to acceptance EXCEPTION No signature requirement for petitions submitted online Petitions sent through US Mail or by Fax transmission 206 543 2409 must be postmarked or received by Commuter Services within twenty 20 calendar days for citation issuance Late petition submissions are not eligible for review To avoid petition denial please submit written petition within time limits stated above Upon receipt the petition is scheduled for review by the Citation Hearing Office The payment deadline for each petitioned citation is placed on hold while under review Requests for Oral Hearings must be received and scheduled within twenty 20 calendar days Requests are accepted by contacting the Citation Hearing Office at 206 221 3701 or by visiting the Commuter Services office during business hours Oral hearings are conducted in person and subject to availability If you cannot be scheduled you must submit a written appeal as described above Vehicle Impoundment A vehicle found on University of Washington property can be impounded in cases of Failure to pay fines Public Safety concerns Vehicle abandonment Forged Stolen Altered Permits Obstructing Traffic Vehicle Reported Stolen Vehicle Constitutes Evidence Contains Evidence To verify impoundment or to pay fines for vehicle release contact Commuter Services at 206 221 3701 Monday through Friday from 7

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/parking/citations (2014-06-24)
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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: Husky Sports & Athletics
    and Payments U PASS TEMP Pass Parking Event Arranged Parking Rates Citations Appeals Husky Sports Athletics Commute Champion Policies Committees Student U PASS Advisory Board University Transportation Committee Faculty Staff 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 Husky Sports Athletics For information on getting to Husky games please see Husky Athletics

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/huskysports (2014-06-24)
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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: Commute Champion
    While these rides were not official bike trains they did preserve the vital elements of bike trains namely the social environmental and wellbeing benefits At Thornton Creek Elementary she organized traditional bike trains by plotting the whereabouts of Thornton Creek students as well as the locations of unsafe arterials busy intersections and safe residential streets Maya also cycled the area extensively in order to compile topography ridability and student locations into a collection of safe efficient and accessible routes for children Maya says it was incredible to work on a project that had both meaning and implications for each and every child and parent who participated while also bringing our world closer to the sustainable future we all dream of Commute Champion Jeff Barnum Jeff Barnum has been commuting by bus and occasionally by bike since he was 13 Wherever he lived or visited the local transit system was his primary means of transportation To date he has commuted by bus and or bike in Seattle Portland Boston Cleveland Washington D C and Edmonton Alberta Canada As an active duty Lieutenant with the U S Coast Guard Jeff has had to move a lot but wherever he goes the available transit options are always part of the consideration when choosing a new neighborhood Jeff got hooked on bus riding because as he says it s an oasis of me time While he s on the bus he has no responsibilities to anyone else and that allows him to get quite a bit of reading done for his classes with UW Law His commute actually helps ease his transition between work school and home His tip for trying your own bus commute you can never have too much information Whether that information comes from the OneBusAway app or a fellow bus rider Jeff admits that knowing when your bus will arrive or whether it s already passed eases some of the challenges of commuting by bus Also he recommends knowing where the different buses stop to help when constructing a mixed mode commute So the next time you re on a bus look for Jeff Barnum and say hi or ask his advice he s always happy to help Commute Champion Nicholas Plemel Nic Plemel has been carpooling to work ever since he started working at the UW back in 2005 As if that wasn t good enough he began occasionally running to work from West Seattle in 2008 and now regularly runs in to work at least once a week and still carpools with 1 or 2 other co workers on the days he doesn t run in He loves his run commute because it gives him the chance to get the training and exercise he needs while keeping his evenings open to enjoy some quality time with his wife and 10 month old daughter For anyone wanting to follow in Nic s shoes and try their own run commute he recommends you travel light He suggests planning ahead and having work cloths and lunch waiting for you at the office He also stresses the importance of running in highly visible clothing especially if you re running in the dark or twilight He also advises having some snacks at work that will boost your energy once you get there His go to menu is Chocolate Almond Milk a little something sweet and a lot of protein Commute Champion Angie Weiss Angie Weiss can thank her high school for getting her hooked on riding the bus During her freshman year her high school gave out bus passes to all the students This gave Angie the motivation to try the bus and ever since she made that effort she s loved it She immediately discovered that taking the bus was easier than she thought and she got hooked on the fact that she could multi task while sitting in traffic something you can t do behind the wheel of a car When Angie started at the UW she continued her advocacy for the transit system and worked to get other students involved in the congestion relief charge She s received a huge outpouring of support among her fellow students as transportation issues are one thing that effect everyone on campus As the ASUW Organizing Coordinator with the Office of Government Relations Angie organized and recorded student testimony letters and even helped students attend hearings in downtown Seattle to advocate for the transit system in and around the UDistrict Thanks to Angie s efforts bus routes were saved from the chopping block and students were able to actively participate in the process Commute Champion Brian Ferris Brian Ferris is such a devoted bus rider that he created an app for it Brian is the mastermind behind OneBusAway a multi media tool that provides easy access to real time transit information for the Puget Sound region Brian has been car free since he moved to Seattle seven years ago and has taken the bus ever since He chooses the bus because he doesn t like sitting behind a wheel in traffic and by being a passenger he s able to read reflect and take some time for himself during his daily commute Plus between insurance gas and traffic he says he has plenty of reasons not to drive The motivation for the OneBusAway project was born out of frustration both Brian s and other riders he met His goal was to create a tool that would make it easier for people to use public transit by providing easy access to schedule and real time arrival information Mission accomplished Brian and thank you for both your dedication to bus riding and your support of riders everywhere Commute Champion Claire Levy Claire Levy started walking and riding the bus because she didn t own a car and didn t want to She didn t want to pay for parking and since she lived relatively close to the UW campus she decided to starting walking for her

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/champion (2014-06-24)
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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: Universal Student U-PASS Advisory Board
    transit choices to UW students and staff for 20 years including bus service in King Snohomish and Pierce Counties access to Sounder commuter rail Link Light Rail NightRide shuttle service and more As a result of the U PASS 79 of commute trips to campus are made without a personal vehicle A combination of factors led to drastic increases in U PASS cost including rise in fare rates for mass transit increase in trips taken by U PASS holders and higher local parking taxes In response to this pressure the U PASS cost was increased from 49 a quarter to 99 a quarter in 2009 In response to pressure on the U PASS the ASUW Board of Directors created the Student Transportation Taskforce STT to explore possible solutions The taskforce created a survey to solicit feedback from UW students staff and faculty on three proposed solutions maintaining the current funding model a Universal Transportation Fee a Universal U PASS To gather campus opinion STT conducted an extensive survey of UW students employees and faculty resulting in 6 725 student responses 3 573 Undergraduates 3 086 Graduate students and 66 non matriculated students Survey Results 11 of students supported the current funding model 55 of students supported the Universal Fee model 79 of students supported the Universal U PASS See a copy of the STT Report During the 2010 11 academic year both GPSS and ASUW passed resolutions in support of a Universal Student U PASS Subsequently representatives of GPSS ASUW UW Student Life and UW Transportation Services signed an agreement to implement a Universal Student U PASS Terms of the agreement include Price of 76 quarter locked in for two years Student control of price increases Creation of the Universal Student U PASS Advisory Board Contact Us If you have

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/policy/u-pass_ab (2014-06-24)
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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: University Transportation Committee
    not checked frequently Please check out all of our documents UTC members Meeting agendas UTC subcommittees and related committees Meeting minutes Related and other documents Current UTC members Student Representatives Faculty Representatives Staff Representatives Operational Stakeholders At large Representatives Michael Kutz ASUW John Schaufelberger James Whitefish WFSE John Vinson UWPD Jean Garber Dentistry Brigit Rossbach ASUW Chuck Treser April Millar WSNA Dan Erickson ICA Jeff McNerney ASUW Bruce Balick Laura Harrington SEIU 925 John Shaheen TIP Annie Tran GPSS Matt Weatherford PSO Josh Kavanagh Transportation Services Austin Wright Pettibone GPSS Tom Rietkerk South Lake Union TBA GPSS Steve Kennard Jeremy Eknoian Real Estate Office Mark Stanley Student Life HFS Patricia Riley UWMC Jeff Linn Planning Budgeting Kristin Francisco Disability Services Office Celeste Gilman Commuter Services Bob Ennes Health Sciences Academic Services Facilties TBA UW Human Resources Diane Cañate University Advancement For more information on the committee s representation please see our executive summary as well as charge and representation documents in the related and other documents section below Back to top Meeting agenda May 14 agenda Back to top UTC Subcommittees and related committees Subcommittees Related Committees Faculty Staff U PASS Subcommittee Universal Student U PASS Advisory Board Co Chair Matt Weatherford Chair Brian Moe Co Chair Laura Harrington Vice Chair Brigit Rossbach South Campus Transportation Committee Chair Bob Ennes Back to top Meeting Minutes Minutes February 24 2014 Minutes January 27 2014 Minutes December 16 2013 Minutes November 18 2013 Minutes August 19 2013 Minutes June 17 2013 Minutes March 18 2013 Minutes February 11 2013 Archived Minutes Minutes November 19 2012 Minutes September 17 2012 Minutes August 20 2012 Minutes July 23 2012 Minutes June 18 2012 Minutes May 21 2012 Minutes April 16 2012 Minutes March 19 2012 Minutes February 13 2012 Minutes January 23 2012 Minutes

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/policy/utc (2014-06-24)
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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: Faculty/Staff U-PASS Subcommittee
    Management Engineering Operations Finance Business Maintenance Alterations Organization Relations Transportation Services Faculty Staff U PASS Subcommittee Welcome to the Faculty Staff U PASS Subcommittee web page The Faculty Staff U PASS committee is a subcommittee of the University Transportation Committee UTC which acts as expert counsel and a representative voice of the campus community on a wide variety of transportation issues The subcommittee is composed of the following members Co

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/policy/utc/facstaff-upass (2014-06-24)
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  • UW: FS: Commuter Services: Construction Updates
    Faculty Staff 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 Construction UW Construction Project Updates Transportation Services posts updates and links to more detailed information about the major UW construction projects and how they may affect parking and other services SEE TIP pages Contractor Construction Parking To help us with our commitments

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