Special Permits Rates

Use of Department Funds Must be Pre-approved by Using

Form DTP-AP1

Special Permit Rates and Eligibility - 2016-2017

Permit

Annual Rate

Description

Valid Parking Areas

Reserved Space

$1,950

Departments and qualified individuals including the President, Executive Vice President, Provost, Associate Provosts, Associate Vice Presidents, and Deans or Schools and Colleges are eligible. The Executive Vice President for Administration must approve all requests. Each vanpool coordinated through TTA will be provided parking at no charge.

The specific assigned space, any other unreserved space in any non-premium lot. Parking is not allowed on the Chapel Quad without approved reservation. Allen, PGIV, LaSalle, or Science lot access may be requested based upon individual need and space availability.

Universal Access

 $1,692

Departments and qualified individuals are eligible. Qualified individuals include those eligible for Reserved Spaces, Associate Deans, Department Heads and Directors. DSG, DUU and GPSC may obtain this permit to assist them in conducting the business of their offices. All others must have valid justification. Any department may request the UAS permit for its assigned vehicle or to share among employees who travel on campus to conduct its business.

Permit is valid in PGIV and in any unreserved space in any non-premium lot. Parking is not allowed in service spaces, loading zones, in metered and paid spaces, and the Chapel Quad. Other premium lot access may be requested based upon individual need and space availability.

Multi-Garage

$1,014

Departments or qualified individuals with extenuating circumstances or special needs to park in multiple garages. All needs must be documented and approved by PTS.

Employee sections of PGI, PGII, and PGIII

Duke Service Vehicle

$600

Assigned to Duke vehicles owned by departments that provide services to the Duke Community.

Permit is valid in any Service space, for 30 minutes in a loading zone and in any zoned lot.  Permit is not valid in reserved spaces. 

External Service Vehicle

$600

Issued to external service contractors or vendors.  Must have written approval of FMD, E&O, or Campus Services Administration

Access to all surface lots; PGI & PGII pt/visitor areas; PGIII; PGIV

Visitor

Department: $1,950 annually, or $7 per daily permit

Departments may request and purchase spaces that would be signed and reserved for their visitors.  Permits should be displayed on the visitor's vehicle parked in the space.  Employee and students are not considered visitors.

The permit is valid in the space designated as visitor parking for a particular department.

Mobility

Based on permit zone

Individuals must have a permanent or temporary disability that qualifies them for access to handicapped parking spaces.

AMB-R or AMB-S spaces are in close proximity to accessible pathways and building entrances, or bus stops.

Carpool

3 people in carpool - $6.25 per month

4 people in carpool – FREE permit

Three or more employees or students who drive together may purchase a carpool permit and will be given access to a preferred lot (depending on availability) when driving together. Each participant must register his or her vehicle with PTS.
See Section 3.17 for complete carpool regulations

Permit is valid in designated parking area. Carpool members are eligible for up to 24 daily passes at not cost.

Rideshare

Total permit fee shared between participants

Two employees or students who drive together may purchase a rideshare permit and will be given access to a preferred lot (depending on availability) when driving together. Each participant must register his or her vehicle with PTS.

Permit is valid in designated parking area.
Rideshare members are eligible for up to 24 daily passes at not cost.

Vanpool Parking

No Charge

Vanpools formed through Triangle Transit may park on campus without charge.  Vanpools must be registered with PTS

Vanpool members are eligible for up to 24 daily passes at not cost.

Emeritus

Student Rate for the assigned permit

An emeritus permit can be purchased at the "student rate" by emeritus faculty for use in lots commonly used by faculty associated with the same department or program as the emeritus faculty member. Faculty who attained emeritus status prior to 07/03 will retain the parking privileges that were in place prior to the implementation of the current policy.

Parking is not allowed in service spaces, loading zones, premium lots, garages, reserved spaces, and the Chapel Quad.