Has anything been talked about stopping the deductions for parking since we are not on campus? Giving us a credit toward next year for the months we are not using the parking garages? Please advise who would be best to raise this question with. Thank you.
Speak up Be heard: Parking and transit
The last day to receive any prorated refund or stop payroll deductions for the 2019-2020 Academic year was March 15, 2020. We previously addressed this inquiry with the following information: https://cfo.asu.edu/covid-19-parking.
Parking permits are coming up for renewal and it appears that Parking isn't giving everyone that is working from home a discount. Is it possible to bring this up as an issue that we can talk to parking as a whole, rather than individually and try to work out an arrangement?
Response from Parking Services:
The cost of an annual permit is already a discounted option for those who more regularly park on campus. Anyone telecommuting or spending less than one or two times a week on campus throughout the year, paying the hourly/daily rates in a lot or facility of choice could be more cost-effective than an annual permit. Unfortunately, there is no practical way to discount a driver’s permit and monitor how much they use it.
Photos of bus stops on website
Can you post photos of the flashback and flashforward bus stops on the parking and transit site? or on this site?
The City of Tempe runs the Flash using Valley Metro busses. Here is the VM webpage link with a map and the location of stops: https://www.valleymetro.org/maps-schedules/flsh
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