Any space which has been designated for the exclusive use of an individual.
Any lot or street that has been designated during posted hours for the exclusive use by IUP faculty, staff, students, long-term, or incubator permit holders
Every device in, upon, or by which any person or property is or may be transported or drawn upon a highway (i.e., cars, trucks, SUV, motorbikes, moped, bicycles).
A wheel locking device used for in-place impoundment of vehicles.
These pay spaces are marked by yellow painted lines, and are numbered for you to pay at a PBS station. Parking signs at the entrances of parking lots, street parking, or at pay areas display a sign with a picture of a Pay-By-Space station to advertise
for the pay area.
Paid parking areas are on a first-come, first-serve basis for anyone to use. The PBS (Pay-by-Space) machines must be paid in advance for the time you are in the space, whether or not you have an IUP parking permit. These are enforced hourly Monday through
Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., during each academic session from the first day of registration through the last day of finals, excluding breaks.
Parking shall be reserved 24 hours daily for vehicles with a disabled registration plate, disabled veteran’s registration plate, disabled placard, or temporary disabled permit. An IUP parking permit will not be required for vehicles displaying a disabled
plate, DV plate, or disabled placard from PennDOT. If a temporary permit is required, a 14-day limit will be imposed. Extensions will be granted if the disabled permit has been applied for through the state and has not been received. Other types of
extension requests will be addressed on a case by case basis. A doctor’s letter is required to obtain a temporary disabled permit. If the disabled parking spaces in the desired parking lot are occupied, or a closer space is desired, a vehicle with
disabled plate or placard may be parked in any nonreserved parking space.
The permit shall be a hanger-type transferable tag or a sticker required to park in white lined spaces in lots controlled by IUP. One permit must be hung down from the inside rear-view mirror and be clearly visible from the front of the vehicle when the
vehicle is parked in a university-controlled area. Parking permits are not required for parking in Pay-By-Space areas.
Space reserved for university employees required to live on campus and for university vehicles
A temporary tag is issued to a specific vehicle for a designated area and time. This permit must be placed on the vehicle’s driver’s-side dash when the vehicle is parked. This permit is not good for parking in pay-by-space areas or reserved spaces.
The university provides a Park-N-Ride shuttle service. Two buses operate on campus, and they originate at the Robertshaw parking lot. Each bus makes a complete round every 15 minutes. Bus schedules are available at IndiGO Bus.
I-Cards ARE required to ride the bus.
An additional busing service, Campus Loop, is provided by Indiana County Transit Authority. Schedules for all Indiana County Transit routes can be found at IndiGO bus. An I-Card will permit unlimited ridership on
any Indiana County Transit bus route.