PARKING / TRAFFIC POLICY
The IIT Parking/Traffic Policy has been provided to acquaint individuals with IIT's motor vehicle rules and regulations. Whether a vehicle is parked on campus throughout the year, or only on occasion, it is the responsibility of the owner or operator of that vehicle to be familiar with and obey all the regulations. Citations will be given for failure to comply with them.
The primary objectives of the traffic regulations are to:
- Provide students, employees, and visitors with the opportunity to park a motor vehicle while at IIT.
- Enforce safety for pedestrians and vehicular traffic.
- Ensure that access for emergency vehicles and equipment is maintained all times.
The university assumes no responsibility for the care and/or protection of any vehicle or its contents at any time while it is parked or operated on the grounds of the university. Issuance of a parking permit shall create no liability on any property owned or otherwise controlled by IIT.
IIT assumes no responsibility for lost or stolen parking permits.
The fact that a person parks in violation of any law, ordinance or regulation and does not receive a violation/warning notice does not mean that the law, ordinance regulation is no longer in effect or is invalid.
Any motor vehicle that has become disabled on university property must be reported to the IIT Public Safety Department and the HawkCard & Parking Services office immediately or will be subject to tow.
Vehicles are not allowed in areas closed by barricades or other traffic control devices.
Yellow curbs designate NO PARKING areas.