Parking and traffic tickets at CSU

CSUPD and CSU Parking services issued more than 40,000 tickets last year, generating almost $1 million in revenue, with the bulk of the money coming from parking tickets.

There are two kinds of tickets that students can receive on campus. For traffic violations, CSUPD issues “TEEP Tickets.” The infraction stays on campus and is not reported to municipal or county court. Money collected from traffic violations are used to help pay for police equipment and student and support staff salaries.

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For biking violations, CSUPD issues “BEEP Tickets.” The violation stays on campus and is not reported to municipal or county court. Money collected from biking violations is used to help support bicycling on campus.

Citations Issued by CSU Parking Services*

Fiscal Year

Total Citations

Warnings

Voids

Citation Revenue

FY 09 – 10

41,376

2,163

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14,981

$877,000

FY 10 – 11

36,250

2,761

12,781

$823,000

FY 11 – 12

37,687

8,106

10,178

$856,000

FY 12 – 13                       (7/1/12 – YTD)

9,075

6,051

206

  $78,691

*Information provided by CSU Parking Service records

FY 09/10
·         835 TEEP Tickets = $62,312
·         1142 BEEP Tickets = $30,698
FY 10/11
·         794 TEEP Tickets = $59,560
·         1330 BEEP Tickets = $37,930
FY 11/12
·         1193 TEEP Tickets = $89,115
·         1094 BEEP Tickets = $32,233
Aug. 20/Present
·         141 TEEP Tickets = $5,535
·         354 BEEP Tickets = $2,773