31 July 2018

Parking permits

Parking permits on sale beginning Aug. 1
Parking permits, except proximity card permits, are available for purchase online for the upcoming academic year or semester beginning Wednesday, Aug. 1, through the Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) website. To log in, you will need your Binghamton University PODS ID. 

First time permit buyer? You must first register your vehicle online with the University. If you are a returning customer, log in and follow the step-by-step instructions. Proximity card permits will be available for purchase and renewal Wednesday, Aug. 8. If you are signed up for a proximity card permit with payroll deduction, no action is required.

TAPS utilizes License Plate Recognition (LPR) that eliminates the need for parking decals. LPR is a plate-recognition technology that virtually associates Binghamton University parking permits to a license plate without a decal or hangtag. Once a virtual permit is purchased online, a confirmation will be emailed and the permit is active. Vehicle information can be updated from your online account at any time.

Additional information on TAPS updates for the upcoming year can be found on the TAPS website at binghamton.edu/transportation-and-parking/news/.Any questions can be directed to parking@binghamton.edu.

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