Effective May 20, 2020, Transportation and Parking Services is open by appointment only.
Please email transportation@fsu.edu if you need to purchase a permit or have a question.
Currently accepting appointments for Tuesday and Thursday only.

COVID-19 FAQs

Is the Transportation & Parking Services office open?

The Transportation and Parking Services office will be closed until further notice. However, if you need to contact TAPS, please email transportation@fsu.edu.

Who can I contact with questions?

Transportation & Parking Services can be reached by email at transportation@fsu.edu.

Will the Seminole Express buses be running during the online instructional period?

The Renegade route will run throughout campus until Friday, May 1st. 
StarMetro will continue to run throughout Tallahassee and students ride free with their FSUCard. 

I left my car on campus and left Tallahassee. What will happen to my car?

TAPS will not enforce in commuter/overnight lots or tow in student parking lots.

Will parking be enforced during this time?

YES! We will continue to enforce permits and other improper infractions.

Is S.A.F.E. Connect available?

No, S.A.F.E. Connect will not be running during this time.

RedCoach

Visit www.redcoachusa.com/travel-alerts for a full statement regarding cleaning policies, cancellations, and route changes.

ZipCar

Visit www.zipcar.com/press/newsroom/covid19 for a full statement regarding cleaning policies, operations, and more.

Will you be issuing refunds or suspending payroll deductions?

Unlike other university services, which pay for same-semester access to things such as on-campus lodging and dining, university fees at Florida State and other public universities contribute to long-term operating and infrastructure costs rather than to provide immediate or short-term access to goods and services. These long-term costs include the construction of campus facilities, including parking garages and lots, and the acquisition and maintenance of assets like bus systems and bicycle programs. Many of these long-term costs associated with FSU Transportation and Parking Services are fixed, such as the debt service for our garages around campus. As a result, we are unable to issue refunds or suspend payroll deductions for parking permits during this period of social distancing and remote instruction.

FSU Parking and Transportation Services looks forward to continuing its efforts to provide the best service possible to the campus community.