Parking Updates: Electronic Citations Coming March 1; All Payments Going Cashless March 20

Parking Updates: Electronic Citations Coming March 1; All Payments Going Cashless March 20
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The U of A Transit and Parking department is moving to an electronic citation method beginning Wednesday, March 1.

Parking policy violators will be notified of citations via the email address listed on their university parking account. Citation tickets will only be printed and placed on vehicles when an email address is not on file.

The electronic citation method will serve as a more efficient, cost-friendly and sustainable solution, ultimately reducing the amount of paper waste our campus produces.

Parking Payments Moving to Cashless Transaction Methods March 20

Additionally, the U of A Transit and Parking Department will no longer accept cash payments, which make up less than 0.5% of transactions, beginning Monday, March 20. The change will better account for how customers prefer to submit payments and create a faster checkout process overall.

The quickest and most convenient way to submit payments to the Transit and Parking Department will continue to be online at

Customers making in-person visits to the Administrative Services Building (ADSB) will still be able to pay with checks and credit cards. Parking meters and garage kiosks will also continue accepting coins.

Any questions about payment methods and electornic citations can be sent to


Gary K. Smith, director, Transit and Parking
Parking Program Operations

Logan Wilson, senior director of administrative communications
Division of Finance and Administration


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