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Tiger Transit Access Cards

Several changes to the Tiger Commute Route will go into effect on Monday, August 20, 2018. These changes include:

  1. New Semester Schedule: Based on ridership demands and budget constraints, a new Semester Schedule was created to maximize utility of the route while controlling costs. View the revised schedule here.

  2. The Easley stop will occur in the Town ‘N Country Square in BOTH DIRECTIONS. This is being done to eliminate the requirement to cross Hwy 123 traffic.

  3. Tiger Transit Access Cards are now $50 per semester or $125 for the year to match the off-campus student transit fee.
  4. Temporary transit cards, printable from your emailed receipt, must be shown to the bus driver at the start of the semester. An electronic version displayed on your mobile device will also be accepted. You must keep the temporary card until validation with your CUID card is operational. There will be no additional cards handed out at Parking and Transportation Services like last year.

Adjusted Timeline for the Tiger Transit Access Cards

Fall Semester and Annual cards are on sale starting Mon., Aug. 6. Order your access card today!

Cards are required in order to board the bus:  Monday, August 27, 2018

 

To Order a Tiger Transit Access Card

  1. Go online to www.clemson.edu/parking

  2. Select “My Account” in the top left corner in the grey header.

  3. Log in with your Clemson username and password (same info you would use to log into iRoar).

  4. You will be taken to your Parking Portal. Select the grey box that reads “Get Permits”.

  5. On this page, you will see all the parking permits and transit cards that are available for you to purchase. Select either the “Fall Transit Card” for a Fall Semester Transit Access Card good through Dec 31, 2018 or the “Annual Transit Card” for an annual card good through Aug 15, 2019.

  6. Check the two boxes at the bottom of the page and click Next.

  7. Confirm your payment method (please note Payroll Deduction is not an option for the Transit Access Cards) and click “Pay Now” at the bottom of the screen.

  8. Check one last time that you are buying the correct Transit Access Card and click “Next”.

  9. You will be taken to Clemson Marketplace where you enter your credit or debit card information and complete your purchase.

  10. When you have completed your purchase, you will be brought back to your Parking Portal to view your receipt.

  11. You will need to print your temporary transit card attached to your receipt and show it to the bus driver. You will need to keep this receipt until validation via CUID is operational. We anticipate that system to be operational at some point during the Fall Semester. There will be no additional cards handed out like last year at Parking and Transportation Services.


Parking Permit Options

For those customers who have already purchased an annual permit and may no longer want it, here are some options:


Exchange an Annual Permit for a $50 Park-N-Ride permit

Tiger Transit operates two park-n-ride routes from the P-5 parking lot (located behind First Citizens Bank) and the P-6 parking lot (located at the Snow Center at Y-Beach). These permits are $50 for the year and permit users to park in the designated park-n-ride lot Monday – Thursday. After 4:30 p.m. each day and all day Friday, users may park on the main campus in either employee (if you an employee) or commuter (if you are a commuter) spaces.

To exchange out your annual parking permit:

  1. Bring your parking permit to Parking and Transportation Services

  2. Complete the payroll deduction form to change the deduction amount (only required if you are in payroll deduction).

  3. If you paid in full for your permit, the refund amount of your permit can be used to pay for the new permit.

  4. Pay the $6 permit exchange fee.


Return an Annual Permit

If you wish to return your parking permit in full you may do so at Parking and Transportation Services.

  1. Bring your parking permit to Parking and Transportation Services

  2. Complete the Payroll Deduction Termination Form (only if you are on payroll deduction)

  3. Complete the Refund Request Form (only if you paid in full for your permit). Please note that the refund will not be immediate.


Purchase Daily Permits for $3 per Day or several Temporary Scratch Off Permits

For those that ride the bus frequently or rarely drive to campus, there is a temporary parking permit option for you.


Online Temporary Permit for $3 per Day:

If you know you are going to be coming to campus, you can purchase online an employee temporary permit for $3 per day. 

  1. You follow the same steps above to access your Parking Portal and click “Get Permits”. You will

  2. Select  “Employee Temporary Permit”, check the boxes, and click “Next”.

  3. Select the date(s) you want your permit to be effective. If you only need one day, your Effective Date and Expiration Date will be the same day. These permits expire at 11:59 PM on the date of expiration.

  4. Complete the purchase process.

  5. Print and display the permit on your dash.

 

Temporary Scratch Off Permits:

For those that want to plan ahead or have added flexibility, you can purchase Temporary Scratch Off Permits in Parking and Transportation Services for $3 each. You can buy 1, 5, or 10 and keep them in your glove box. When you need to use one, take one out, scratch off the date you are using it (just like a lottery ticket), and hang it on your review mirror.  These permits will allow you to park according to the standard rules and regulations of any employee permit.