No, we do not provide handicap placards, they are issued exclusively by the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
The meters are free for handicap drivers UNLESS they have a USC parking permit. If a handicap driver has a USC parking permit and parks at the meters they must pay.
Yes. All handicap spaces on campus are regulated under California state law, and Transportation Services is especially proactive in enforcing this. See our disabled page.
You can NOT make a parking reservation for anyone who is being payed by USC Transportation Services and pay for it with a requisition. This rule was made by President Sample himself. You can, however, make a parking reservation for a USC staff or employee if they are paying for the parking pass themselves.
If you missed our 3:30 PM deadline, please call or fax the gate directly on the day of your guests’ arrival.
Normally, we process parking reservations within 72 business hours of the request. The absolute deadline is by 3:30 PM on the day prior to reservation.
Blanket requisitions are a method of payment from a particular departmental account. They are good through one fiscal year and must be renewed each fiscal year.
An approved parking reservation is a guarantee of service from Trojan Transportation requiring that the space(s) that you requested is/are reserved apart from daily sales. In the case that one or all of your guests fail to show for an approved reservation you will be charged and no refund for pre-payment will be issued unless notice of cancellation is received by 3:30PM the previous business day.
There are several acceptable forms of payment. You can pay for your guest with an internal requisition, cash, check, student bill or payroll deduction certain payment options are available. We can invoice you and you can pay by check. If you’d like your guest to pay form themselves, simply check ‘Collect from guest’ on the reservation form, and your guest will be required to pay when they arrive.
Ten or more, and/or special circumstance associated with the event (VIP, police escort, etc.)
The guest will be directed to a lot they may park in by the gate attendant. Generally they are daily permit lots.