About Parking and Transportation Services
The UC Davis Medical Center operates a comprehensive parking and transportation system to support its patients, visitors, faculty, staff, students and volunteers in pursuit of the medical center's core mission of research, training and patient care. Parking and transportation systems are designed and operated within the context of each campus' Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) to support and enhance the physical setting and design, environmental protection measures, and accessibility needs. Parking services is endeavoring to meet the current and long-range needs of the medical center's community (i.e., patients, visitors, faculty, staff, students and volunteers).
UC Davis Medical Center's parking fund generates income through permit sales, hourly parking charges, departmental recharges, and meter collections. A reserve fund is maintained for construction activities, parking operations including its share of utilities, landscaping, cleaning, signage, maintenance, and repair. The Fines and Forfeitures fund is supported from citation revenue to support greener more sustainable transportation options.
Parking services will continue to implement a planning and financial parking facility development strategy which allows for construction of short-term, low-cost surface parking to meet the access requirements of the medical center until permanent and more expensive parking structures and surface lots are constructed. This strategy avoids implementing spiked permit fee increases in one year, which parking patrons have identified as unreasonable, and allows parking services to establish rate increases, necessary to meet its debt service obligations.
Parking and Transportation Services has been recognized for its innovative programs and involved approach to sustainability in the Sacramento area:
March 26, 2015
UC Davis Health’s Parking and Transportation Services has been selected as the Business of the Year by the Sacramento Metro Chamber and the Sacramento Regional Transit District (RT).
The award was to be presented at the 7th annual State of RT Breakfast on Thursday, March 26. The program includes the presentation of TransitAction Awards recognizing individuals, businesses and organizations that have made a significant and positive impact to public transit in the Sacramento region.
"Business/Agency Award", presented by the Association For Commuter Transportation, for exceptional service to its staff and clients through are Commuter Choice Programs.
"Commuter Choice Leadership Initiative", presented by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Transportation as a Commuter Choice Employer for outstanding commitment to commuter benefits and for achieving the Commuter Choice Leadership Initiative's National Standard of Excellence.
ACT Now Award, presented by the Association For Commuter Transportation, for Organizational Leadership for outstanding efforts to enhance mobility and improve air quality through the Parking and Transportation Services Program.
Certificate of Appreciation from the Sacramento Transportation Management Association for our "Clean Air Commitment" providing alternative transportation programs and services that reduce traffic and air pollution from motor vehicle emissions.