Parking and Transportation
Employees with permanent or temporary mobility issues should first contact the ADA Accommodations Case Manager, Ryan Bangham, at the Department of Human Resources at 860-486-2036 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about accessible parking options. Where necessary, the ADA Accommodations Case Manager may require an employee to submit medical documentation for a temporary mobility issue. Once the issue is certified, the ADA Accommodations Case Manager will then inform Parking Services about the degree and duration of the needed parking accommodations.
The mission of Transportation Services is to provide safe, clean and timely passenger services. Transportation Services operates a network of shuttle buses, accessible vans, and small vehicles for University students, faculty, employees and visitors at the Storrs campus and surrounding area. Hours are based on the academic year and schedules may change during the breaks.
Transportation Services has a Facebook page that includes bus route changes and detours, emergencies involving buses and AVS vans, out of the ordinary operating hours for storms, snow, and other emergencies.
Accessible Van Service
The Accessible Van Service (AVS) is operated by Transportation Services and is available to students, faculty, and staff at the Storrs campus and surrounding area. The service provides safe and timely campus and local transportation. Accessible vans are equipped with wheelchair lifts, ensuring that all passengers get to their classes, jobs, residences, and activities safely and efficiently.
The Accessible Van Service is only for passengers with temporary or permanent disabilities. Employees with permanent and temporary disabilities must register through the ADA Accommodations Case Manager, Ryan Bangham, at the Department of Human Resources by contacting 860-486-2036 or e-mail email@example.com.
For general information regarding the AVS, please contact Transportation Services at (860) 486-4991 or email the Accessible Van Coordinator, Colleen Woxholdt.