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The materials below consist of regulations of the State University of New York Board of Trustees. However, it is not the Official Compilation of the Codes, Rules, and Regulations of the State of New York. Readers are advised to refer to the Official Compilation ( 8 NYCRR Part et seq )in case of questions.

PART 578

STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE AT GENESEO

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578.1

General background

578.2

Application of Vehicle and Traffic Law to all State-operated institutions

578.3

Additional local rules and regulations governing vehicular and parking at State University College of Arts and Science at Geneseo

578.4

Traffic controls

§ 578.1 General background.

Section 360 of the Education Law authorizes the State University of New York campuses to adopt, make applicable and enforce such provisions of the Vehicle and Traffic Law, adopted under the authority of that law, as control to regulate parking, vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Further, it authorizes the State University to adopt and enforce such additional rules and regulations for control of parking, vehicular and pedestrian traffic, as local authorities are permitted to adopt and enforce pursuant to the Vehicle and Traffic Law. There is also authorization for the State University to adopt and enforce campus rules and regulations, not inconsistent with the Vehicle and Traffic Law relating to parking, safety and vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Such rules and regulations may include provisions for the disposition of abandoned vehicles, removal by towing and otherwise impounding of vehicles, parked in violation of such rules, at the expense of the owner and the assessment of administrative fines upon the owner or operator of such vehicles for each violation of the regulations.

§ 578.2 Application of Vehicle and Traffic Law to all State-operated institutions.

(a) Application of Vehicle and Traffic Law. The Vehicle and Traffic Law shall apply upon such premises notwithstanding any references in such law to public highways, streets, roads, or sidewalks.

(b) A violation of any section of the Vehicle and Traffic Law made applicable by subdivision (a) of this section shall be a misdemeanor or traffic infraction as designated in such law, and shall be punishable as therein provided.

(c) Such laws adopted by State University of New York in subdivision (a) of this section shall be enforced in any court having jurisdiction.

(d) A complaint regarding any violation of the Vehicle and Traffic Law, or any traffic ordinance applicable on such premises shall be processed in accordance with the requirements of applicable law.

§ 578.3 Additional local rules and regulations governing vehicular traffic and parking at State University College of Arts and Science at Geneseo.

(a) Applicability of regulations. This Part supersedes and replaces all previously stated rules and regulations. Each person is subject at all times to this Part. Association with the college as a student, as a member of the faculty or staff, as an employee of a contractor or in any other manner is considered as evidence of knowledgeable acceptance of this Part.

(b) Parking regulations.

(c) Vehicular roadways.

(1) The following are the only vehicular roadways on or near the Geneseo campus:

(d) Towing and impounding.

(e) Violations.

(f) Notice, hearing and determination of charges.

§ 578.4 Traffic controls.

The following traffic controls are applicable to the grounds of the State University of New York College at Geneseo, Village of Geneseo, Livingston County, unless otherwise indicated.

(a) 15 MPH is established as the maximum speed limit at which vehicles may proceed on or along all roadways.

(b) The following intersections are designated as stop intersections:

Intersection of

With stop sign on

Entrance(s) from

(1) Court Street

west roadway to Parking Lot H

South

(2) Court Street

east roadway to Parking Lot H

South

(3) Court Street

Letchworth Road

South

(4) Court Street

University Drive

South

(5) University Drive

roadway to Parking Lot C

North

(6) Wadsworth Street

University Drive

West

(7) College Drive

west roadway to Parking Lot I

North

(8) College Drive

east roadway to Parking Lot I Circle

North

(9) College Drive Extension

west roadway to Parking Lot K

North

(10) College Drive Extension

east roadway to Parking Lot K

North

(11) Route 63 bypass

south roadway to Parking Lot T

North

(12) Route 63 bypass

north roadway to Parking Lot U

South

(13) Route 63 bypass

roadway to Parking Lot Y

North

(14) Route 39

east roadway to Parking Lots J & V

West

(15) roadway east of circle- south of main gym

circle south of gym

West

(c) The following intersections are designated as yield intersections:

Intersection of

With stop sign on

Entrance(s) from

(1) University Drive

east roadway to Parking Lot E

West

(2) University Drive

north roadway to Parking Lot D

West

(3) University Drive

north roadway to Parking Lot R

East

(4) University Drive

south roadway to Parking Lot R

East

(5) University Drive

south roadway to Parking Lot D

West

(6) University Drive

roadway to Parking Lot A

South

(7) Franklin Street

north roadway to Parking Lot F

West

(8) Franklin Street

south roadway to Parking Lot F

West

(9) College Drive Extension

west roadway to Parking Lot S

South

(10) College Drive Extension

east roadway to Parking Lot S

South

(11) College Drive Extension

north roadway to Parking Lot T

South

(12) Park Street

southbound lanes of Parking Lot B

North

(13) Park Street

north roadway to Parking Lot W

South

(14) Park Street

roadway east of Welles building

North

(15) College Drive

roadway to Parking Lot N

South

(16) College Drive

roadway to Parking Lot M

South

(17) roadway east of Onondaga Hall

easterly exit from Parking Lot J

South

(18) roadway east of Onondaga Hall

easterly exit from Parking Lot V

South

(d) The following roadways are designated for one-way traffic:

(e) Lanes are designated for one-way traffic in all parking lots as indicated by traffic signs and pavement markings.

(f) Parking or standing is prohibited on or along both sides of all highways except in locations as follows:

(g) Parking is prohibited for a period of time longer than posted.