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Important P&T Information and Updates

  • Please see our Service Schedule for important changes to transit and parking service levels during the change from winter service to service for the spring semester. Parking enforcement for all locations will remain in effect unless otherwise noted on the Service Schedule. 
  • Use our Operating Status page for updates during times of inclement weather.
  • Safe Ride services are currently provided by Yellow Cab of Charlottesville. Yellow Cab offers the ability to book in advance and track the vehicle. Call (434) 242-1122 to request a ride. Find more information about Safe Ride provided by Yellow Cab, HERE.
  • Important details on Safe Ride service:
    • Safe Ride services are available daily from 5:00 AM to 7:30 AM and 10:00 PM to 12:00 AM.
  • Parking meters and pay stations in all applicable parking locations have been removed or deactivated. Please use ParkMobile to pay for metered parking.
  • Parking permits, including student permits can be purchases via the Online Parking Portal 

Traffic Appeals Committee Request

This form is for those requesting to have their upheld citation appeal reviewed by the Traffic Appeals Committee. If you have not filed an initial appeal, please see the instructions below. 

Students, Faculty, & Staff may file an appeal by logging in to your Parking Portal using your UVA computing ID and password. Click on the citation you would like to appeal. Click “Appeal this Citation” and fill out the form.

 Visitor, guests, or non-affiliates to the University of Virginia – Please click here for the online appeal form

Any person who has received an "upheld" decision from the hearing officer may appeal to the Traffic Appeals Committee. The Traffic Appeals Committee is a three person committee appointed by the President of the University. The Traffic Appeals Committee decides whether a violation of University regulations is shown without presumption of guilt if there is any new evidence that warrants a change in the hearing officer's decision. Decisions are reached by majority vote and the final decision is reported to the individual. The Traffic Appeals Committee may decide to affirm, reverse, or otherwise modify the decision of the hearing officer. Any appeal to the Traffic Appeals committee must be in writing and received by the Traffic Appeals Committee with 14 calendar days from the date of the hearing officer's decision. For good cause shown, the above time period may be extended by the Traffic Appeals Committee. The appeal must be signed and must state the merits of the appeal. Any person who has received an "upheld" decision from the Traffic Appeals Committee may appeal a second time to the committee requesting a personal appearance before the committee. An individual who has made such a request shall have the right to present witnesses with relevant information provided the request is timely, made on the appeal form, and accompanied by a statement of relevance to the matters on appeal. The Traffic Appeals Committee shall govern proceedings and may question any witness. The Traffic Appeals Committee's decision is final and is one of the following:

  • Citation: dismissed, no fine is due.
  • Citation: upheld. This is a warning ticket, no fine is due.
  • Citation: upheld, the fine is excused due to mitigating circumstances.
  • Citation: upheld, a fine is due for the violation(s).

More information regarding citations can be found at

Please provide any additional information that was not included in your original appeal. The Traffic Appeals Committee has access to your original appeal.
Please provide any supporting documents for your appeal
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png.