PARKING ENFORCEMENT WITH LPR
Beginning with the fall semester of 2021, Transit and Parking will monitor all parking areas with license plate recognition (LPR) technology. The system can quickly identify any vehicle that does not have a parking permit or one that has the wrong parking permit for that area. The system works by entering the license plate into the system at the time a virtual parking permit, or e-permit, is purchased. Once the license plate number is entered into the system, the plate itself becomes the identifying marker for your parking permit, rather than a windshield decal. For more information, you may see the LPR frequently asked questions.
TRANSIT AND PARKING UPDATE
Transit and Parking offices at 155 South Razorback Road are open, but because of coronavirus concerns, we encourage you to handle matters via email or phone. For parking issues, you may email email@example.com or call 479 575-PARK (7275). You may purchase a parking permit online. For questions related to Razorback Transit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 479 575-RIDE (7433). Most matters can be handled without you having to make an in-person visit to the counter in our lobby (with the exception of vendor permits, ADA parking, etc.). If you do have to come by, requirements are in place for face coverings and social distancing, just as they are elsewhere on campus.
News and Announcements
Appeals - The next appeals date will be Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at 10AM, ADSB 142.