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An ADA coordinator on staff with Transportation Services has been designated to insure compliance with the nondiscrimination requirements contained in section 35.107 of the Department of Justice regulations.
Information concerning the provisions contained and the rights provided within the Americans with Disabilities Act are available from the coordinator.
Transportation Services is committed to providing programs and services that do not discriminate on the basis of disability.
This information is a brief overview of the resources and procedures involved in utilizing these services in the campus community.
ADA Quick Reference
An employee who requires a reasonable accommodation should inform their supervisor.
Departments can find support for responding to accommodation requests by contacting the appropriate university ADA contact person:
Designated accessible parking spaces are for the exclusive use of vehicles displaying county-issued disabled hang tags or disabled license plates.
A valid Texas A&M permit must be displayed at all times while parked on campus except in paid visitor parking areas.
Disabled parking placards and license plates are issued by the County Tax Assessor-Collector's office.
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Paratransit service is available to qualified students who live within three-quarters (3/4) of a mile of a
fixed-route and qualified faculty and staff who live within ten (10) miles of a fixed-route..
The goal of The Texas A&M University Transportation Services Paratransit is to more closely “mirror” regular bus service.
As such, Paratransit Service is only available during the hours that the fixed-route service operates.
Accommodations for temporary disabilities may be requested (see Eligibility).
Visit our Paratransit page for more information about eligibility, the application process, guidelines and forms.
A prospective applicant may call, write or email for information:
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