Transportation and Parking Services

COMMUTING STUDENTS were emailed a temporary parking permit which will allow them to park in Lot D ONLY from 8/1/15 to 10/5/15. This permit is not valid for any other University parking lots and does not guarantee that parking will be available in Lot D. After 10/5/15 Lot D will be closed for the remainder of the 2015-2016 school year as construction of a 5-story parking structure commences on that site. We recommend using the Shuttle Lot (on A Street, just south of Arrow Hwy) if Lot D is full. Please see Shuttle information below. After 10/5/15 Commuting Students may use the Shuttle lot on A Street as well as additional Shuttle lots which will be available at the Fairplex.

We appreciate your patience this year as we work to provide safe, convenient parking solutions for our commuting students.

 SUMMER 2015 PARKING INFORMATION

Green Lot SignGREEN LOTS: Parking for Staff and Faculty with Green Parking Permit only. The designated Green lots are A, N, G, K, I and D (parking in Lot D is available only from 8/15/15 to 10/5/15).

View map here: Employee parking map 2015-2016

 

Orange Lot Sign

ORANGE LOTS: Parking for Students, Summer Groups and Visitors with Orange Parking Permit or hang tag only.

The designated Orange lots are B, O, P, C, E, J, L, H, H1, H2 and I1

View map here: Orange -Summer Student Parking lots

ALL LOTS ARE MARKED WITH A GREEN OR ORANGE SIGN AND A LOT LETTER

Any students who currently have an Annual Student 2014/2015 parking permit, the Semester Student valid 2/1/2015 – 8/31/2015, can park in the ORANGE marked parking lots from 6/1/2015 – 8/31/2015.

  • From 6:00 pm – 7:00 am M-F and on weekends, vehicles may park in University lots marked with a GREEN sign ONLY.
  • Lots marked with an ORANGE sign are reserved for Resident Students ONLY, regardless of day and time. No Employee parking is permitted at any time. Violators may be cited and/or towed.

 


DURING SUMMER 2015 SHUTTLE SERVICE

WILL OPERATE AS FOLLOWS:

Shuttle Hours:

Monday – Friday:  7:00 a.m. – 10:30 p.m

Shuttle

  • THE LAST SHUTTLE WILL LEAVE LOT E (WILSON LIBRARY) AT 10:30 PM.

  • THE SHUTTLE WILL NOT STOP AT LOT I (ROC) AFTER 9:00 PM.

     The Shuttle will pick up in the Shuttle Lot S (1925 A Street, just south of Arrow Hwy.) and drop off at ROC (Lot I) and then at The Wilson Library (Lot E) before returning to the Shuttle Lot.

Shuttle Parking is FREE and does not require a parking permit.

Overnight parking is NOT permitted and violators may be cited and/or towed.

To find the current shuttles in operation and the next shuttle due at your stop, we invite you to download our DoubleMap app onto your Smartphone and select University of La Verne as the location.

Click to enlarge mapSummer Shuttle Service Map


PARKING OPTIONS FOR EVENING CLASSES

June 1, 2015 – August 31, 2015 

There are several parking options available for those attending evening classes:

  • Park on the main campus parking lots with the ORANGE and GREEN signs (see links to maps above). Permits are not required after 6:00pm in Employee (Green) lots.
  • Employees can purchase a parking permit to park in the Employee parking lots on campus.
  • Park at Shuttle Lot S (on A Street, just south of Arrow Highway) and take the FREE Shuttle to main campus. The last Shuttle will leave Lot E (Wilson Library) at 10:30 pm.
  • A day, temporary parking permit can be purchased at the kiosk in Lot D to park on Campus for $1.00/hr. This permit is good in Green lots only.

 

 

 

 

 Coordinator Receives Fleet Excellence Nomination Lisa Grater, Coordinator for the University of La Verne’s Transportation Services Section of Campus Safety was selected as one of three finalists by the National Association of Fleet Administrators for its “Excellence in Fleet Leadership Award”.  The nomination marked the first time any institution in higher education had been named as a finalist in the history of NAFA’s “Fleet Excellence” awards.  Moreover, Lisa’s nomination joined her with international and national corporate fleet executives as well as major metropolitan fleet administrators from across the United States. Lisa was recognized for her outstanding leadership in administering the University’s owned and operated fleet programs, including all University transportation programming that supports the variety academic, athletic and community-engagement activities that the University so robustly participates in such as in-field research trips, NCAA athletic events, La Verne Experience and other key programs.Lisa is also the primary facilitator for the University’s fleet maintenance program, and all daily operations fleet vehicles including the La Verne Shuttle.  As part of this responsibility, Lisa coordinates all of the technologies, including smartphone apps such as “DoubleMap”, which provide real time updates and schedules of the University’s Shuttle fleet.The Transportation Services Section is part of the Parking Services program, in which Lisa also oversees all parking programs, parking lots and facilities, and the alternative transportation suite of services such as Bicycle Friendly University, ZipCar, vanpool & carpool programs, and the University’s commitment to the air quality goals of the Southern California Region.*  *  *

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    University of La Verne Receives Bike Friendly University Silver Award 2014 – 2018! The University of La Verne has been awarded Silver Level status as a Bike Friendly University by the League of American Bicyclists! Learn more about this exciting news here ULV Bike Friendly University! Want to know more about our Bike Friendly programs?  Visit these helpful resources:http://sites.laverne.edu/campus-safety/bike-information/http://sites.laverne.edu/campus-safety/bicycle-registration/http://sites.laverne.edu/campus-safety/bike-routes-maps-and-more/******

 

Welcome to the University of La Verne’s Transportation and Parking Services webpage.  We have provided information that we hope will make your parking and transportation experience at the University as pleasant as possible. Transportation and Parking Services is committed to providing reliable transportation options and safe parking options that enhance the quality of life for our students, faculty, staff, and visitors while promoting sustainability on campus.  We are responsible for the overall management of parking facilities and services, parking permits and traffic control, maintaining an effective commuting system, and meeting the transportation needs of the University community. If you drive onto campus, we’ll assist you with parking locations, and where to purchase daily parking permit that meets your need.  If you use alternative transportation to commute to campus, this webpage can also assist you in planning your commute by public transportation, understanding your rideshare options, or by providing you information on the bike routes in the area.Whether your interest lies in shuttle options, vanpooling, parking permits, visitor/vendor parking, special events parking or the new Zipcars you have come to the right place! Also included in this website are maps, shuttle schedules, parking permit information and parking potions; as well as brief construction updates that may affect your commute.

 

*  *  *Have you downloaded LeoSafe onto your smartphone?If not, visit iTunes or Google Play to download the La Verne Safety app to your iPhone or Android-based device, The Campus Safety & Transportation Department is fully dedicated to the University’s Mission to offer a distinctive and relevant educational experience to a diverse population of traditional-age, adult, and graduate learners preparing them for successful careers and a commitment to life-long learning across the liberal arts and professional programs.  The Campus Safety & Transportation Department also shares and is committed to demonstrating the University’s Core Values of Ethical Reasoning, Diversity and Inclusivity, Lifelong Learning, and Community and Civic Engagement.Values of Ethical Reasoning, Diversity and Inclusivity, Lifelong Learning, and Community and Civic Engagement.ement.