|(a) Car pools shall consist of at least three participating
state employees working in the Capitol Complex, not having the same
domicile, and who normally drive their vehicles to work.
(1) A newly established car pool, meeting the requirements
of this section as determined by the parking administration, shall
be assigned a free reserved space as near as possible to the building
in which they work, provided this would not result in the dislocation
of any employee having a previously-assigned reserved space.
(2) Responsibility for the car pool shall be given
to a designated member of the car pool, whose identification as such
shall be recorded in the parking records. Notice to the designated
member for any purpose set out in these sections shall be deemed notice
to all members of the car pool.
(3) Only one vehicle in each car pool shall be parked
in state lots or parking structures. Should two members of the same
car pool need to drive their vehicles, the driver of the second vehicle
must notify parking administration immediately upon arrival.
(4) Assignment of a reserved space to a car pool shall
result in the automatic forfeiture of any previous assignment to the
members of the car pool. Subsequent departure of a car pool member
or dissolution of the car pool itself will not restore any parking
assignment previously forfeited by a member.
(5) Departure of a car pool member will not cause automatic
forfeiture of the car pool assignment unless the membership falls
below three members and a new member cannot be found within 60 days
to restore the car pool to the minimum qualifying number.
(6) Dissolution of a car pool for any reason will not
give the individual members any right to the priority space assigned
to that car pool.
(b) Under the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA) and 29 Code of Federal Regulations Part 1630.2, a qualified
employee with a disability will be authorized to park in a free handicap-designated
parking space on a first come, first served basis.
(c) State Fleet Vehicles. Agencies housed in the Capitol
Complex that have state owned or leased vehicles with exempt license
plates will be provided a limited number of parking spaces in underutilized
parking areas for a defined period of time. The number of fleet vehicles
and the period of time each agency can store the vehicles in Capitol
Complex parking lots and parking structures shall be determined through
a Memorandum of Understanding between the board and each agency that
has such fleet vehicles. State fleet vehicles:
(1) must be prominently marked as State-owned or operated
by having the agency name and/or logo displayed on the sides of the
(2) must have permanent exempt license plates; and
(3) will not be required to have a Capitol Complex
parking identification sticker.