||Authorized agent. An entity or individual
authorized by the director of transportation services to facilitate services provided by
||Bicycle. Any device defined as a bicycle
in chapter 46.04 RCW.
||Campus. The University of Washington,
Seattle, and those lands and leased facilities of the university within UWPD
jurisdiction and where parking is managed by transportation services.
||Fee. A charge for the use of services
provided and facilities managed by transportation services.
||Impoundment. The removal of the vehicle
to a storage facility either by an authorized agent of transportation services or
||Immobilization. The attachment of a
metal device to a wheel of a parked car so that the vehicle cannot be
||Meter. A single fixed device that
registers and collects payment for the length of time a vehicle occupies a single
parking space. A meter does not produce a receipt, physical permit, or virtual
permit. A meter is not a permit-issuance machine.
||Motorcycles and scooters. Motor
vehicles designed to travel with not more than three wheels in contact with the ground,
on which the driver rides astride the motor unit or power train and which is designed
to be steered with a handle bar. For the purposes of these rules, motorcycles, motorized
bicycles excluding pedal assisted electric bicycles, and scooters are considered motor
vehicles and are subject to all traffic and parking rules controlling other motor
||Motor vehicle. An automobile, truck,
motorcycle, scooter, or bicycle that is assisted by an engine or other mechanism, or
vehicle without motor power designed to be drawn or used in conjunction with the
aforementioned vehicles including, but not limited to, trailers, travel trailers,
and campers. In addition, any bicycle with an electric motor that is disengaged will
be considered a bicycle and not a motor vehicle under this chapter.
||Nonmotorized vehicle. A device other
than a motor vehicle used to transport persons, including, but not limited to,
bicycles, skateboards, in-line skates, and roller skates.
||Operator or driver. Every person
who drives or is in actual physical control of a motor vehicle or nonmotorized
||Overtime parking. The occupation
by a vehicle of a time-limited space beyond the posted time limit or time
provided on a permit, meter, or permit-issuance machine.
||Parking product. A product
issued by transportation services to manage motorized and nonmotorized access to
the university. Parking products include, but are not limited to, permits, access
to bicycle lockers and other bicycle parking facilities, and parking access
||Parking space. A space
for parking one motor vehicle designated by lines painted on either side of the
space, a wheel stop positioned in the front of the space, a sign or signs, or other
||Permit. A document approved
by and/or issued by transportation services that when properly displayed authorizes
a person to park.
A transportation services deployed and managed machine that issues physical or
virtual permits for designated spaces. A permit-issuance machine is not a
||Registered owner. The
person who has the lawful right of possession of a vehicle most recently recorded
with any state department of licensing.
||Roller skate/in-line skate.
A device used to attach wheels to the foot or feet of a person.
||Skateboard. Any oblong board
of whatever composition, with a pair of wheels at each end, which may be ridden
by a person.
||Traffic. The movement of
motorized vehicles, nonmotorized vehicles and pedestrians in an area or along a
street as is defined in chapter 46.04 RCW.
||Transportation services. The
university department that manages and maintains parking facilities, issues
parking products, issues citations, processes citation appeals, and collects
fees and fines.
University of Washington, Seattle, and collectively those responsible for its
control and operation.
||UWPD. University of
Washington police department.
||Vehicle. Any motorized
or nonmotorized vehicle.
||Visitor. A person who
is neither an employee nor a student of the university.
||Virtual permit. A permit
stored within a permit-issuance machine that authorizes a person to park
in a designated space. Virtual permits are valid for a space through the date
or time stored in the machine.