All members of the University community-including students, faculty, staff, visitors and guests-are required to park on campus or to use public transportation. The following regulations have been developed to facilitate the safe and orderly flow of traffic, to permit access for emergency vehicles, and to promote pedestrian, cyclist, and vehicular safety. In accordance with Washington, DC regulations and the University's "Good Neighbor Policy", all members of the University community - including students, faculty, staff, visitors and guests - are required to do one of the following while attending class, working, or visiting AU owned property
A. Park on campus and obtain a parking permit,
B. Purchase hourly/daily parking using the Pay-As-You-Go machines, or
C. Use public transportation.
Compliance with the Good Neighbor Policy is a condition of enrollment and/or employment at American University. Parking at the University is by meter or permit every weekday between the hours of 8:00am and 5:00pm. Metered parking is available in the Nebraska Avenue Commuter Lot, the School of International Service (SIS) Garage and the Katzen Arts Center Garage. Parking in the Nebraska Avenue Commuter Lot, the School of International Service Garage and Katzen Arts Center Garage may be purchased daily at Pay-As-You-Go machines located in the lots or from the Parking and Traffic Services office in hourly, daily or weekly increments. Loading permits and temporary permits for medical exceptions can also be obtained in the Parking and Traffic Services office. The regulations for all other permits (faculty/staff, student, vendor, contractor and department guests) are stipulated below.
Rights and Responsibilities
The Department of Public Safety reserves the right to modify parking rules or regulations as needed, to change the allocation of parking spaces when necessary, and to make exceptions if appropriate. The Department of Public Safety may, on occasion, need to close a parking area or roadway for a special event, safety reasons or repair. The campus community will be informed when changes occur. The Department of Public Safety also has the authority to ticket, immobilize, or tow, at the owner's expense, any vehicle that is in violation of the established rules and regulations. In addition, the Department of Public Safety may relocate a vehicle if necessary after there is no response to a request to move the vehicle.
・No vehicles parking on American University property are exempt from the parking policy (all 50 states, foreign countries, State Department issued license plates and government vehicles are included).
・Faculty/staff parking permit lots and Pay-As-You-Go Lots are enforced from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm, Mondays through Fridays.
・Parking permits are required at all times, 24 hours per day/7 days a week, to park in restricted lots and/or restricted parking spaces. Such restricted parking areas includes: Student parking lots (Centennial Garage, Nebraska Hall Lot, McDowell Lot), the President's Office Building Lot, service vehicle spaces, loading docks and areas, AUTO Van / University designated parking spaces, handicap spaces, Zipcar, Reserved Guest Spaces and Taxi Stands.
・When parked, a vehicle must always be within the perpendicular white lines marking the parking space. A vehicle may only occupy a single parking space. Another vehicle's inappropriate parking does not constitute an excuse to park in more than one space.
oVehicles may not be double-parked or parked in any position which prevents other vehicles from accessing or leaving a parking space and/or loading area.
・Vehicles may not park on crosswalks, sidewalks or blocking curb cuts for crosswalks.
・Vehicles may not park in posted "no parking zones" and/or fire lanes. Vehicles may not impede traffic.
・The speed limit on all University streets is 15 mph. The speed limit in all University parking facilities is 10 mph.
oPedestrians are afforded right-of-way in all University streets and parking facilities, except where traffic lights & walk signals regulate traffic.
Motorcycles, Scooters, and Bicycles
・Motorcyclists must register their motorcycle with Parking and Traffic Services and purchase a permit. Motorcycles are not issued a sticker, but are assigned an electronic permit valid in the lot in which a car could normally park with that permit. Motorcycles may not park in bicycle parking areas or on sidewalks.
・Scooters are not required to purchase a parking permit, and may be secured to bicycle racks. Scooters are two wheel vehicles with a piston displacement between 50 to 250cc's. Furthermore, a scooter is defined by the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, §571.123, as a motorcycle that:
・Has a platform for the operator's feet or has integrated footrests,
・Has a step-through architecture, meaning that the part of the vehicle forward of the operator's seat and between the legs of an operator seated in the riding position, is lower in height than the operator's seat
・Bicycles parked on campus must comply with the following regulations:
・When driven on streets or in areas intended for use by motor vehicles, bicycle riders will observe all applicable traffic rules and regulations applicable to motor vehicles.
・When parked, bicycles must be in bicycle racks or other spaces/areas designated for their use. Bicycles must be parked clear of sidewalks, ramps, building entrances and handrails/fences. American University reserves the right to remove abandoned bicycles at its discretion.
Handicap Parking Regulations
・Any vehicle displaying a valid handicap permit may park in any handicapped, faculty/staff or student parking space at the University.
・Vehicles must display a valid handicap permit at all times when parked in a handicap parking space.
・AU faculty, staff, students, and long-term visitors/guests are required to purchase and display the appropriate AU parking permit in addition to handicap parking permits or license plates.
・Non-AU community members with valid handicap license plates or hang tags may bring their cars onto campus, without being required to pay for parking, up to 3 times a year.
・Any vehicle parked in a handicap space for more than 3 days per year without an AU permit is considered a member of the AU community and must purchase and display a parking permit to continue parking in handicap parking spaces.
CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY SMOKING POLICY
It is the policy of Carnegie Mellon University to provide smoke-free areas for students, faculty, staff and visitors in buildings and on campus grounds. Where the desire of smokers to smoke conflicts with the desire of nonsmokers to breathe smoke-free air, the desire to have smoke-free air will have priority.
Therefore, all Carnegie Mellon University buildings, grounds and vehicles are designated as follows:
・Smoking is permitted only in areas specifically designated and posted as smoking areas. The university's Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) department will determine the number, nature and location of designated smoking areas in consultation with an oversight committee comprised of representatives of various constituencies including Faculty Senate, Graduate Student Assembly, Staff Council and Student Senate. Environmental Health and Safety is also responsible for designating and posting signs in smoking areas and posting the maps of designated smoking areas on the E&HS web site with ongoing input from the oversight committee.
・All University-owned academic buildings and residence halls are smoke-free. Future contracts with fraternities will work toward an agreement, consistent with the university policy.
・Smoking is prohibited at all times in shuttle buses, escort vans and Campus Police vehicles.
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