PTS 104: Special “A” Permits, Gold Permits, All Access Campus Permits, Faculty Multi-Campus Permits, and Vendor Permits
To accommodate special parking requests and needs
Parking and Transit Services
Special “A” Permit holders approved by the offices of the ASU president or provost are authorized to park in any university parking lot or structure. Special “A” Permits are not valid for:
The Office of the President pays for these permits.
The Gold Permit is issued to professors emeriti and selected retired academic professionals. The Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost of the University approves and pays for emeriti Gold Permits. University retired staff are also eligible to purchase a Gold Permit, which is valid in the following ASU campus locations:
All Access Campus Permits are issued to higher-level administrators who frequently need to visit other areas of campus or another ASU campus to fulfill the duties of their positions. The All Access Campus Permit is a supplemental permit to be sponsored by the department. Individuals are required to purchase a regular ASU parking permit equal to or higher than the “Access A” rate level. Each vice president and vice provost may receive up to two All Access Campus Permits free of charge to issue and control. Additional permits may be purchased for a fee, based on availability.
The goal of the “Multi-Campus Parking Permit” program is to provide parking access for ASU faculty who teach at multiple ASU campuses. To assist in the process of identifying faculty who require this access, university deans and/or their assigned designees are to provide PTS with a list of eligible faculty. In order to ensure the success of this program and make certain that parking access is guaranteed in each of the designated locations, only faculty who are assigned to teach at multiple campuses will be granted this permit option by each respective dean. The Faculty Mutli-Campus parking permit is charged the premium access rate.
Vendor Permits are sold to companies with annual contracts who frequent the ASU campuses to service equipment or make deliveries.
Vendors may be limited to two Vendor Permits. If access throughout campus is not required nor heavy equipment involved, vendors may apply for parking permits in designated lots, based on availability.
Tempe and Downtown Vendor Permit holders are authorized to park in any ASU campus parking lot or structure.
Vendor Permits purchased at West or Polytechnic campus can park in any lot on that specific campus. They are also valid in Lot 59 on the Tempe campus.
Vendor Permits are not valid for:
Vendor Golf Cart Permits
Vendors may bring electric golf carts to campus provided they have been properly inspected and permitted by the appropriate ASU departments. Vendors should contact Parking and Transit Services before making arrangements to bring an electric golf cart to any campus.
For general information on permit sales and vehicle registration, see PTS 101, “Permit Sales and Vehicle Registration.”
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