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RULE §111.36Definitions for Capitol Complex Parking Assignments

Definitions. The following words and terms, when used in these sections, shall have the following meanings, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise.

  (1) Availability for assignment--Refers to the status of a lot or parking structure, either a part or the whole of which is used for open parking assignment and shows a utilization of its open parking areas of less than 100% during peak use hours.

  (2) Handicap reserved parking--A parking space in a parking lot or parking structure to be utilized only by an employee issued a handicap parking permit by the parking administration. The spaces will be marked by signs and/or red painted curbs or stops.

  (3) Occupying agency--Any state agency with a physical office or building space within the Capitol Complex.

  (4) Open parking--The privilege to park anywhere within the Capitol Complex parking lots or parking structures except in those spaces marked as "reserved," "handicap reserved," "visitor parking," or designated by the board not to be open parking facilities. No monthly charge is made for open parking.

  (5) Parking administration--A section of the Texas Department of Public Safety.

  (6) Reserved parking--The assignment of a specific parking space to a state official, an agency or to an employee. The spaces will be marked by signs and/or yellow painted curbs or stops.

  (7) Visitor parking--Parking space used by non-state employees and other visitors to the Capitol Complex. Visitor parking may be used by a state employee only if his or her principal place of employment is outside the Capitol Complex. The spaces will be marked by signs and/or blue painted curb stops. This definition excludes any parking spaces in the Capitol Visitors' Parking Garage.

Source Note: The provisions of this §111.36 adopted to be effective January 24, 2016, 41 TexReg 613

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