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RE: OSU Parking Inventory methodology

My understanding is that the meters can be operated with coins or pay by phone technology.  Parking permits can be purchased online, in Adams hall or at various pay stations. 




The pay stations are placed throughout the campus where visitors can get a daily parking permit.  The interactive map below shows where those locations are.







From: Bull, Barbara
Sent: Monday, September 18, 2017 1:58 PM
To: Bilotta, Paul <Paul.Bilotta@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; Shepard, Mark <Mark.Shepard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Ward 4 <ward4@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; Gary Angelo <gcangelo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: OSU Parking Inventory methodology


Thanks Paul, that's helpful.  The concern that seems to come up is that people in the community have difficulty finding parking, that we seem to have lost much of the "visitor" parking.  I think a definition would help.  Can visitors drive up and park in those three sections or do they need to pick up a permit somewhere?


From: Bilotta, Paul
Sent: Monday, September 18, 2017 11:31 AM
To: Bull, Barbara; Shepard, Mark
Cc: Ward 4; Gary Angelo
Subject: RE: OSU Parking Inventory methodology


This is a good example of the kind of changes they are proposing in the study.  It really relates to how the parking was organized before and after OSU made the change to a zonal parking system in 2014.


Prior to the change, parking lots were designated either “Staff/Faculty” or “Student/Visitor” and within the Student/Visitor lots there were some spaces that were marked as visitors only and so they were counted out separately.


With the zonal reorganization, spaces were reclassified as Commuter, Short-Term, Reserved, or Metered spaces.  Visitors are allowed to park in the Commuter, Short Term and Metered spaces.


From: Bull, Barbara
Sent: Monday, September 18, 2017 3:06 AM
To: Shepard, Mark <Mark.Shepard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Bilotta, Paul <Paul.Bilotta@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; Ward 4 <ward4@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; Gary Angelo <gcangelo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: OSU Parking Inventory methodology


Can someone please provide the current working definitions of "commuter" and "visitor" parking?







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