IMPORTANT UPDATES FROM UB PARKING & TRANSPORTATION
Mt. Royal UPDATE #5
January 2019, Enforcement has begun
During October 2018 as part of Baltimore's Streetscape project, UB handicapped parking signage was installed in the unit block of west and east Mt.Royal Avenue. Baltimore City ordinance now designates UB community members four (4) handicapped parking spaces on unit west Mt. Royal and three (3) spaces on unit east Mt. Royal Avenue. The ordinance requires a special UB-specific Baltimore City permit to park in the spaces.
There was a grace period to allow parkers to obtain the special permit, and as of January 2019, those found in violation of the posted ordinance will be subject to a $502 penalty. All appeals will need to be made through Baltimore City.
To obtain the Baltimore City permit, UB students, faculty and staff who are handicapped parkers may visit the parking office in Academic Center 105. There is no cost for the permit, but parkers need to bring their Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration handicapped certification. The permit must be displayed in the vehicle along with a State of Maryland handicapped placard.
If you have questions about the permit you may contact the parking office.
MT. ROYAL UPDATE #4
ON OR ABOUT WEDNESDAY, November 14th
The eastbound lane of W Mt. Royal in front of the Thumel Business Center will be paved. While the paving is in progress, the HP spaces will be unavailable until 1pm.
Also, on Thursday, November 15, the bike lane in front of Gordon Plaza, the Academic Center, and the Angelos Law Center is scheduled to be paved.
SPECIAL HP PERMIT NEEDED:
A special permit, in addition to your MVA disability placard, is needed to park on the EASTBOUND lane of W Mt. Royal
in front of the Thumel Business Center and Charles Royal.
Current students, faculty and staff may bring their MVA Handicapped Certificate to the parking/Bee Card office in Academic Center Room 105 to receive a special parking permit.
Contact us at
, so we can assist you in getting this permit.
For more information on Streetscape & the "tentative" schedule: http://midtownstreetscapeproject.com/schedule.html