Parking & Transportation Services

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Virtual Permitting – License Plate Readers Go Live for Spring Semester

Your Plate is Your Permit! Beginning in the spring semester, Parking & Transportation Services will begin using License Plate Recognition (LPR) — a virtual permit system that allows you to use your license plate as your permit. Physical permits will no longer be issued.

You will enter your license plate information in the parking portal, which will then be associated with your vehicle(s) or motorcycle and authorizes parking in a specific lot(s).

This exciting initiative supports the college’s sustainability initiatives by eliminating the plastic hangtags, printed receipts, and mailing envelopes. The use of LPR will also prevent permit loss, theft and forgery. No more worrying about obtaining temporary permits, transferring your permit between vehicles, distractions while driving, and/or violations related to permits not being properly displayed!

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Parking Portal

Access your Parking Account online, and complete the following:

  • Purchase a Parking Permit
  • Appeal Citations
  • View Account History
  • Pay Tickets
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Campus IDs

Your ID Card serves as your official university identification. All students are required to have an ID card and will use it as your dining card, library card, for access to resident halls, to buy books, to get into sporting events, and more. New employees and students must submit photos using Get app.

Eagle Run Bus Locator

Use our NEW Real-Time Bus Locator to find the EagleRun shuttle at any time!

  • Download the DoubleMap Bus Tracker App
  • Select SUNY Brockport
Nick Viele posing with one of his painted parking meters

Student Spotlight: Nick Viele

Studio Art Major Nick Viele ’18 beautified several parking meters across campus.

Parking and Transportation is responsible for the issuance of parking passes, campus IDs, enforcement of parking regulations, coordination of visitor/event parking services, and providing many transportation alternatives including shuttle services, carsharing and rideshare. PTS is responsible for the construction, maintenance, and repair of most of the university’s existing and new parking facilities.

PTS is a self-funded auxiliary department. It receives no outside funding or tuition fees to support its parking, shuttle, or other transportation operations. Costs for all of our operations must be offset by fees assessed to parking and transportation system users.

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