To maintain and improve accessibility on campus, University parking and Transit Services strives to maintain a clean, safe, and friendly environment for parking and transportation that accommodates campus needs. To accomplish this we employ the full use of the parking spaces and vehicles at our disposal. All campus transportation options are provided with accessible vehicles or have accessible alternatives. Riders with disabilities will be invited to meet with the Accessible Transportation Coordinator to create a comprehensive transportation plan. To begin the process of creating your plan, please click the link below to provide the Coordinator with information regarding your needs.
Accessible parking spaces are designated by signs bearing the international symbol of accessibility. These spaces are for use by students, faculty, and staff members with valid, government-issued disabled parking permits or placards who possess a University-issued parking permit for the lot in which those spaces are located. For further information regarding accessible parking and transportation, please contact the accessible transportation coordinator at 315.443.5061 or email@example.com.
Purpose of Access ‘Cuse
The Access ‘Cuse transportation service is a point to point transit service designed to assist individuals with chronic health, sensory and permanent mobility disabilities navigate the University campus. Access ‘Cuse is an additional service provided by the University to work in tandem with other transportation options but has proscribed parameters of service. Therefore, there are specific limitations on this service. Eligibility for this service is determined by The Office of Disability Service (ODS) for students and Equal Opportunity, Inclusion, and Resolution Services (EOIRS) for faculty and staff. The accessible transportation coordinator will work with eligible individuals to create a schedule. This will require riders to be flexible in scheduled pick-up and drop-off times. No student or employee is guaranteed transportation at any time.
Access ‘Cuse honors Syracuse University’s Code of Student Conduct policy and the Syracuse University Code of Ethics. This policy is an integral part of all forms of support offered through the university and students agree to become familiar with and committed to the Syracuse University’s Code of Student Conduct. Students will agree to conduct themselves courteously and appropriately in accordance with this policy, including interactions with all staff.
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. any time class is in session. Service will not run during school breaks. In addition, the service will not run during snow emergencies/travel bans.
Scope of Coverage:
Transportation is limited to campus and the perimeter as defined by the existing bus coverage provided by the University.