Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5 pm
Contact/Where to Find Us
Parking and Transportation Services
University at Buffalo
106 Spaulding Quadrangle (Campus Map )
Buffalo, NY 14261-0054
Tel: (716) 645-3943
Fax: (716) 645-3944
Director: Ms. Maria Wallace
Assistant Director: Mr. Chris Austin
Satellite & Hearings Office
104 Harriman Hall (Campus Map )
3435 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14214
Tel: (716) 829-2887
Fax: (716) 829-2888
Parking and Transportation Services is dedicated to balancing the demand of parking allocation and transportation alternatives to best serve the University community.We believe:
- In continually enhancing the level of service to our customers.
- In building partnerships with our University community to best assess demands and services.
- Effective and fair enforcement is necessary for the orderly and safe flow of traffic and is in the best interests of our community.
- A balance between transportation and parking alternatives is critical in responding to the needs of our customers.
- Our dedication and outreach efforts will foster good will.
- Our commitment to quality is vital in serving our University.
Who can use our services
Services are available to all University at Buffalo students, faculty, staff, emeritus personnel, volunteers, and guests.
In order to make parking as equitable as possible, an effort is made to keep parking regulations reasonable and strictly enforced. We provide for the annual registration of all vehicles to be parked on University campuses through the issuance of hang tags.
- Inter- & Intra-Campus Transportation
Provides inter- and intra-campus busing to meet the transportation needs of students, faculty, and staff. Approximately 2.5 million riders utilize this service each year.
- Parking Shuttle Service
Shuttle service provides a valuable and convenient alternative to parking, particularly when faculty/staff and student lots are congested. Convenient pick-up and drop-off service at major sites around the Academic Spine/Putnam Way are available.
- Shuttle Services, Students with Disabilities
Shuttle service is provided in order to meet the inter- and intra-campus transportation needs of students with disabilities.
Information about campus parking, services, facilities, and University events and activities may be obtained from either Parking office or the attendant staffing the University's Information Center located at the Fronczak Lot off White Road on the North Campus. Information Center hours are 7 a.m. - 3 p.m., Monday - Friday.
Parking Ticket Appeal Process
A three-step review procedure is currently in place for responding to appeals regarding parking violations. The first step entails review of written statements from an appellant regarding the validity of a violation(s). The second step consists of an in-person hearing at which an appellant presents their questions regarding the validity of the ticket to a hearing officer hired from outside of the university. The third step is the review of the original appeal and the second step audiotape by a three member committee.
Special Event Parking
The Office coordinates the usage of parking facilities for various activities and special events.
Information on accessing information on scheduled and emerging special events which impact traveling or parking on campus, road repairs/lot repairs, campus closures or early dismissals, and emergency notifications.
Where to find us
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