Contact Public Safety/Parking & Transportation with any questions or concerns.
Bruce Hill – Public Safety/Parking & Transportation Specialist can be reached at:
Phone: 610-330-5851/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Employees:Your current parking hang-tag (leopard print background) is good for another year. Please register any new vehicles in the upcoming fiscal year or take this opportunity to register your vehicle now if you do not have a current hang-tag. If your registered vehicle has a leopard print hang-tag with an August 31, 2020 expiration date, there is nothing you need to do but continue to display it when parked on campus.
Students residing in College or privately owned off-campus housing must register their motor vehicles with the City of Easton Traffic Division and with Lafayette College Public Safety.
Public Safety is responsible for the enforcement of the Lafayette College motor vehicle and traffic regulations.
Students who wish to appeal parking citations (tickets) must do so within five business days of the issuance of the citation. Failure to appeal the citation within the above time period may result in the loss of the right of appeal. All appeals must be filed prior to the start of the year-end finals. Note: Red Tow-Away Zone violations cannot be appealed.
To be eligible for medical transport services students need the approval of Bailey Health Center, Athletic Trainer, or Disability Services.
Students requesting medical transports from Public Safety are required to call Public Safety (610-330-5330) to request a ride no later than 20 minutes prior to the desired pick up time. The dispatcher will advise the requesting student approximately how long it will take for the transport vehicle to arrive at their location.
The Lafayette College Area Transportation (LCAT) shuttles have an expansive schedule that connects the main campus with the College’s athletic fields, the downtown Williams Arts Campus, local shopping areas, movie theaters, and the local bus station. The LCAT Special shuttle also provides transportation between campus and the Lehigh Valley International Airport (LVIA) on designated days. Check out the live online tracking system to see where the LCAT shuttles are right now. You can also access it on your mobile device no matter where you are by clicking the “Shuttle” button on the Lafayette College mobile homepage.
A partnership announced in February 2019 between the College and the Lehigh and Northampton Transit Authority (LANta) provides transportation at no cost to current students, faculty and staff with a valid Lafayette College ID (scanned when boarding). LANta bus service operates 363 days a year and provides reliable and consistent access to the Easton Bus Terminal, with stops along Cattell Street on College Hill as well as the Giant Plaza and Weis Market in Forks Township using Route Number 214. In addition to these routes, members of the Lafayette community may board any LANta bus, making the entire Lehigh Valley accessible.
LANta bus routes can be viewed online and there is a live bus tracker to see where the bus is in real time. LANta, which operates mostly hybrid buses in the Easton area, also has an easy to use app, available for iPhone and Android.
Did you know? Lanta bus routes go to the following locations:
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After several months of careful consideration of Uhaul Car Share’s business model by executives at U-Haul International Inc., I regret to inform you that Uhaul Car Share will no longer be offering its services to communities and colleges nationwide. Lafayette is also evaluating the program’s viability. We will update this page as to the status of the program.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car Ready to Help University Students Get Home
Enterprise Reducing Minimum Rental Age to 18
St. LOUIS (March 13, 2020) – Enterprise Rent-A-Car today announced, in order to help university students get home, the business is waiving its young renter fee and reducing its minimum age to rent a vehicle from 21 to 18 years old. The change is effective now through the end of May at all locations in the United States.With colleges and universities all over the United States announcing campus closures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns, many students may need last-minute transportation. By reducing the age minimum and waiving the young renter fee, more students can access rental cars.“We want to do whatever we can to make this unprecedented situation easier for students and their families,” said Will Withington, Senior Vice President, North American Operations for Enterprise Holdings, which owns and operates Enterprise Rent-A-Car. “With an Enterprise Rent-A-Car location within 15 miles of 90% of the U.S. population, we’re in range of nearly every college campus in the country and able to help students get wherever they need to go.”
In order to be eligible, students ages 18 to 24 will need to provide a valid driver’s license and official student ID card.
For more information and to begin their car rental reservation process, students can visit enterprise.com/studenttravelassistance or call (1-844-624-4412).
Under certain circumstances and with the required authorizations employees, subcontractors, volunteers and students may be approved to drive a College-owned vehicle or a car rented by the College.
The Easton Bus Terminal connects downtown Easton with New York City and other areas via the following bus lines:
Students should check the LCAT schedule to determine the shuttle departure from campus that will get them to the Easton Bus Terminal in time for their connection.