Parking Pros: UT Far Exceeds City in Tickets Issued, Revenue Returned
Each year, UT’s parking department issues twice as many tickets as the city where it is, and it compels nine out of 10 violators to pay the fine. That adds up to about $1.2 million in revenue each year.
University parking data examined by the News Sentinel reveals those details and other glimpses into the habits of thousands of campus drivers and the sweeping organization keeping them in check.
What time of day are drivers most likely to get a ticket? Watch where you park between 10 and 11 in the morning.
Where? Don’t be tempted by that inviting staff lot next to the stadium.
And what about the month, the weather and the days of the week?