Parking and Transportation Service
Signs are prominently displayed at the entrance to each parking lot identifying lot designations. Read them carefully. If you are unsure if your permit allows you to park in a specific spot, don't risk it. Ask a PTS staff member, or call (410) 951-3556 for answers to your questions.
Vehicles should be locked while unattended and valuables kept out of sight. The University assumes no responsibility for any vehicle or its contents at any time while it is operated or parked on University-owned or University-controlled property.
Cars are to be driven slowly and carefully in all lots and on all campus roadways. The campus speed limit of 15 mph must be observed.
All traffic and parking regulations are enforced 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 52 weeks a year. These traffic regulations apply to all persons, including students, faculty, staff and visitors operating motor vehicles upon any university property. With the exception of delegated visitor spaces, you must possess a valid University parking permit to park on campus.
The PTS staff is here to serve you. We welcome your comments and suggestions regarding our services. Our preferred mode of communication is email (email@example.com).However, feel free to telephone us (410-951-3556) or stop by and visit us (Dining Hall, Room 132).
Parking & Transportation Services Manager