UBC TRAFFIC AND PARKING RULES
This web page is for information only. If any errors or omissions are found in this web document, the printed copy of the regulations maintained at the
Office of the University Counsel will prevail.
UBC Traffic and Parking Rules were
approved by the Board of Governors at
its meeting on September 27, 2011.
TRAFFIC NOTICES AT UBC - NEW PROCESS
UBC Traffic Notice Payments FAQs
Payments must be received by UBC Parking & Access Control
Services within the fourteen (14) days from the Traffic Notice
Issued Date in order for the reduced fine amount to be
Calculating 14 days: eg. Traffic Notice Issue Date of March
1, 2010 must be paid by March 14, 2010 in order for the reduced
fine amount to be applicable.
Failure to pay the correct fine amount that is due within the
fourteen (14) days means that the Traffic Notice remains
outstanding; partial payments will be applied to a Traffic
eg. Traffic Notice Issue Date of March 1, 2010 with $30 due
by March 14, 2010. A cheque payment was received by UBC Parking
& Access Control Services on March 15, 2010; the balance due
would be $60. The $30 cheque would be applied to the
outstanding balance Traffic Notice of $60 and therefore have a
remaining outstanding balance of $30.
UBC Traffic & Parking Rules
Section 25. Dispute Process
Disputant may dispute the contravention alleged in a Traffic
Notice on or before the 14th day from the date of receipt of the
the Disputant fails to dispute the contravention alleged in the
Traffic Notice within the 14-day period, the Disputant is
conclusively deemed to have admitted the contravention alleged
in the Traffic Notice and the penalty indicated on the Traffic
Notice and imposed pursuant to the Rules shall be payable
immediately with any administrative fees owed to UBC pursuant to
the Rules and in respect of the contravention.
Dispute must be submitted in writing to the responsible Hearing
Officer, in a form provided by the Director, or in another
reasonably acceptable form, providing a postal address or
electronic mail address for the Disputant, concisely stating the
basis upon which alleged contravention in the Traffic Notice is
disputed and such other matters as the Disputant may wish to set
out for consideration by the Hearing Officer.
HOW DOES THE NEW PROCESS AFFECT YOU?
an email on file with Parking will be sent an email reminder
the day after a traffic notice is issued.
account will be mailed to vehicle owners where the number of
traffic notices exceeds 4 unpaid.
Students with 2
or more unpaid notices may have a hold placed on their
student account - an email reminder will be sent prior to
the hold being placed.
Vehicles with 4
or more unpaid notices may be impounded and will be released
when all notices and towing fees are paid.
want to be in the loop?
Update your contact
information by creating/updating your Parking account
where does the money go?
from parking fees and traffic notice collections is used to
support your UBC community!