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Arrow Parking And Traffic Regulations

New York State motor vehicle and traffic laws are in effect on the RIT campus. RIT may also enact and enforce supplemental parking and traffic regulations for RIT-owned properties. These laws and regulations are in effect at all times; are intended to promote order and ease of movement, and safeguard people and Institute property. All drivers on the RIT campus must be aware of these regulations which are in effect at all times. Failure to know the rules is not an excuse for violation.

Information regarding RIT Parking and Traffic Regulations, along with other services provided by Public Safety, can be obtained at the Public Safety Department in Grace Watson Hall, which is open 24 hours a day. This information includes provisions for visitors, seminar/workshop participants, inoperative or unlicensed vehicles, and citations, towing and appeals. Public Safety's Parking Guide/Campus Map, revised annually, lists current parking regulations.

All vehicles operated on the RIT campus by students, faculty and staff must be registered with the Department of Public Safety. Contact the RIT Parking Office at 475-2074 (v/tty) for more information.