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STANFORD -- Fees for parking permits will remain at current levels for the 1991-92 academic year, Su Schaffer, vice president for administrative resources, announced Tuesday, June 4.
Schaffer approved the recommendations of staff and the Committee on Parking and Transportation, Julia Fremon, manager of Transportation Programs, said.
Because holding parking prices at current levels will mean a decrease in the transportation budget, Fremon said, programs will be cut back. The cutbacks could affect some Marguerite shuttle routes.
"A" stickers will remain at $200 for the year. Commuters can either pay the full amount or have $50 deducted from a series of four payroll checks.
"C" stickers and resident student permits will remain at $50. For the first time, "C" payments may be made in two installments.
There are also three categories of free permits. "Z" permits allow commuters to park in peripheral parking lots, three-person carpools can receive a free "A" sticker, and two-person carpools can qualify for a free "C" permit.
Also, one-day "scratch-off" permits are available. Prices are $4 for an "A" permit, $1 for "C" parking.
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