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Parking & Transportation Information

Parking and transporation on the Texas A&M University campus is coordinated by Transportation Services.  Disabled parking placards and license plates are issued by the County Tax Assessor-Collector's office.  The information provided below is a brief overview of the resources and procedures involved in utilizing these services in the campus community.

Disabled Parking

To access disabled permit parking on-campus, individuals need a county-issued disabled parking permit or a disabled license plate and a Texas A&M University parking permit from Transportation Services.  With a county-issued disabled hangtag or disabled license plate PLUS a TAMU parking permit or paid visitor parking fee, a person may park in any available unrestricted space

How to obtain a disabled parking placard

In order to obtain a disabled parking permit from the County Tax Assessor’s Office, an individual should follow the procedures outlined by the Texas Department of Transportation. This includes:

  • Having a doctor complete the Disability Statement on the Permit Application
  • Completing the rest of the permit application
  • Submitting the application and payment to your local County Tax Assessor’s Office

The County Tax Assessor’s Office charges $5 for a temporary disabled parking permit, but note that this fee is subject to change as the Assessor’s Office deems necessary. There is no fee for a person with a permanent disability.

Location of Local County Tax Assessor-Collector's Office

An individual with a disability can obtain a disabled parking permit locally from:

Brazos Valley Tax Assessor's Office
300 E. William J. Parkway
Bryan, TX
(979) 361-4470

Hours of operation:
Monday through Friday
8 am to 5 pm

Transportation

Texas A&M University offers on campus and off campus bus (transit) system.  Most buses are equipped with wheelchairs lifts.

Paratransit (on-campus)

A student with a disability who is unable to use the standard transit routes may apply for Paratransit services. Paratransit service is available to qualified persons who live within three-quarters (3/4) of a mile of a bus stop located on one of the standard fixed-routes.

Paratransit services are for assistance in getting to and from classes and around campus. For more information and an application form please go to http://transport.tamu.edu/transit/paratransit.aspx

Community Services

In the Bryan/College Station Community the following services are available: