Loyola University Chicago

Campus Transportation

Vehicle Violations

  1. Definition of parked: an unoccupied vehicle, stopped with the engine turned off.
  2. Parking Fines:
    1. Parking in an Aisle: $20.00
    2. Parking without a Valid Permit: $55.00
    3. Unauthorized, Altered, or False Permit: $75.00
    4. Blocking/Obstructing Traffic Lanes, Service Areas: $60.00
    5. Blocking Fire Lanes or Fire Hydrants: $120.00
    6. Parking On or Over the Line, or in Two Spaces: $40.00
    7. Handicapped Space Violation: $150.00
    8. Parking in Violation of a Sign: $40.00
    9. Parking next to a Yellow Curb: $40.00
    10. Parking in a Non-Designated Space: $40.00
    11. No Parking/Standing on University streets: $30.00
    12. Parking at Shuttle Bus Stop: $60.00
    13. Damage to University Property: $75.00 plus damages 
    14. Parking or driving on grass or sidewalks: $60.00
    15. Failure to properly display permit: $30.00
    16. Other: $40.00 min. 
    17. Towing: Fees are set by the towing company.
  3. Staff and Faculty members who receive a parking citation will have fourteen business days from the issue date on the citation to pay the fine. If the fine is not paid within this period of time, the ticket holder may become responsible for additional late fees or towing that may result. Tickets which remain unpaid for more than 30 days may result in the loss of parking privileges, and deactivation of swipe card.
  4. Students who receive citations will have fourteen business days from issue date on the citation to pay the fine. If the fine is not paid within this period of time, late fees would apply and students jeopardize parking privileges.  Even if the fine is transferred to the student account, parking privileges may still be withheld until the fine is paid in full. All outstanding fines must be paid prior to registration for the next academic semester. Graduating students must pay all outstanding fines prior to graduation or transcripts will be withheld.
  5. Continual or flagrant disregard of University parking regulations may result in disciplinary action and/or loss of parking privileges.