Q: Does it cost to dispute
No, you do not need to pay your ticket before your initial appeal..
Q: How do
I dispute a ticket?
All appeals are filed online.
Q: I disagree with the initial decision I received when I disputed the ticket. Is there another step to the appeal process?
- Pay your ticket in full before appealing to the Appeals Hearing Board.
- File online - check "Request a Board Hearing."
- Must file within the 14-day period
from the date of your appeal letter received from Transportation. (See
Appeals Hearing Board Procedures).
- State why you disagree with
the decision and request an Appeal Board Hearing.
Q: Can I
appeal a ticket that was reduced?
Yes. It will be heard by the Appeals Board for the original cost of the
Example: If your ticket was $40 and it was reduced to $25,
the Appeals Board will review it for $40. If the decision of the Board is not in your favor, you must pay the original
Q: I never
saw the ticket; what can I do?
Eiither appeal or pay the ticket. If time elapsed
is beyond the 14-day appeal deadline, contact email@example.com directly.
else drove my car, am I still responsible for the ticket?
Yes, it's your vehicle and your permit; you are responsible.
Are the Appeals Hearing Board members Transportation staff?
No, members are nominated annually from the Faculty,
Staff and Student Senate.
Why didn't I get a warning?
Warning tickets are only issued for:
- no permit
- parking outside authorized zone
- encroaching into another parking space
One warning per academic year (including owners with multiple vehicles
registered with NCSU Transportation).
Q: How can
I offer feedback to Transportation?
Questions, concerns or suggestions? Contact, Debbie Beach, Appeals Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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