Parking and transportation services go virtual with the license plate recognition app

From August 2021, parking cards become virtual at UConn. (Peter Morenus / UConn Photo)

Who expected to add parking permits to the list of virtual things?

Starting in August, the University of Connecticut and its parking and transportation services will introduce the License Plate Recognition (LPR) app.

The enhanced management and enforcement system will use in-car-mounted cameras to read and match a vehicle’s license plate to its university license record and determine if parking is permitted.

This process is called “virtual permit” because it eliminates the need to issue physical stickers or hang tag permits. Teachers and staff who own multiple vehicles will no longer have to worry about forgetting to move their hang tags between them. Students won’t have to worry about forgetting to install their decals or scratch them off before changing or refunding their permits. Parking permits for employees who pay for their virtual permits using payroll deductions do not expire each year and will continue to be valid for all permit years. For now, those who choose to park in enclosed spaces will still need to use key cards or transponder decals to enter.

Employee parking permits for the 2021-22 academic year will be available for purchase starting Monday, July 19 at 9 a.m. on the Parking Services home page while student permits will be available for purchase. first available two weeks later on Monday August 2 at 9 a.m.

The introduction of the LPR will require parking permit applicants to confirm that all pre-filled license plate numbers are correct and to accurately enter new vehicle information in the application process. Parking and Transportation Services therefore strongly encourage applicants to take a photo of their license plate (s) before completing the online permit application this year, which they can then refer to to verify their license plate (s). information.

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