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OAS Annual Report

The Office of Administrative Services (OAS) Annual Report highlights major accomplishments within the Office of Administrative Services for the given fiscal year. Reports are generally developed between July and August and published in September for the prior fiscal year.

The Parking and Transportation Services department’s portion of the report is available for viewing here.
The full Administrative Services Annual Report is available here.

FACTS & STATISTICAL DATA

Our division is responsible for the overall management of the Bull Runner Transit System and parking facilities and services. We are committed to providing guidance and assistance to the USF community and our guests with all their parking and transportation needs in a professional and courteous manner. The data contained below represent Fiscal Year summaries. The data will be updated within six weeks of the close of each Fiscal Year (Jun. 30).

PERMIT DATA

Permit Type FY 2017 Counts FY 2018 Counts
Student Annual 13,945 13,794
Student Semester 16,764 16,849
Resident Student Annual 1,594 1,769
Resident Student Semester 2,776 2,761
Staff Annual 5,152 5,217
Staff Semester 1,129 1,190
Staff Gold Annual 1,281 1,284
Vendor Annual 182 195
Reserved 1,234 1,231
Park-n-Ride 1,577 1,446
Motorcycle 236 240
Alumni Annual 41 36
Friends of USF Annual 36 40
Friends of USF Semester 31 27

CITATION DATA

Citation Type FY 2017 Counts FY 2018 Counts
Citations 24,422 27,551
Warnings 29,963 33,038
Total 54,385 60,589

APPEALS DATA

Appeal Type Opened FY 2017 Counts FY 2018 Counts
First Level 4,466 5,511
Second Level 251 415
Total 4,717 5,926

PARKING SPACE DATA

Parking space data represents a snap shot in time. The currently displayed data is accurate as of March 2019.

Space Type Count of Spaces
Surface Lot 14,485
Garages:
Richard A. Beard Garage 2,010
Collins Blvd. Garage 1,554
Crescent Hill Garage 817
Laurel Drive Garage 1,510
Garages Subtotal 5,891
Total 20,376
Space Type Dedicated Spaces Mixed Use Spaces Total Spaces
Non-Resident 2,307 8,915 11,222
Resident 1,960 2,826 4,786
Employee 1,951 7,353 9,304
Gold Zone 1,377 - 1,377
Individual Reserved 125 - 125
Park-n-Ride - 982 982
Motorcycle 52 - 52
Daily/Visitor 27 7,258 7,285
Timed Spaces 401 - 401
Date AM Utilization* PM Utilization** Average Utilization
Mon., Oct. 1, 2018 77% 86% 82%
Tue., Oct. 2, 2018 77% 92% 84%
Wed., Oct. 3, 2018 76% 90% 83%
Thu., Oct. 4, 2018 70% 88% 79%
Fri., Oct. 5, 2018 63% 62% 63%
Average Utilization 73% 84% 78%
*AM Utilization counts are conducted between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. on the dates listed.
**PM Utilization counts are conducted between the hours of 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. on the dates listed.

BULL RUNNER RIDERSHIP DATA

FY2018
Route USF Moffitt Visitor Total Passengers* ADA** Bikes** Average Headway**
Route A 28,591 328 594 29,513 59 68 25.0
Route B 56,122 901 1,341 58,364 69 72 17.2
Route C 461,587 2,346 6,689 470,622 290 3,584 13.0
Route D 212,481 2,590 4,213 219,284 230 2,488 20.1
Route E 30,527 696 481 31,704 47 58 27.0
Route F 86,884 805 786 88,475 81 754 27.8
Total 876,192 7,666 14,104 897,962 776 7,024 21.7
*Total Passengers is a summary of USF, Moffitt, and Visitor Passenger counts.
**ADA and Bike passenger counts are a subset of the Total Passenger counts.
***Headway is defined as the time between vehicles at any given stop on the route.

FINANCIAL DATA

FY 17-18 Revenue
FY 17-18 Expenditures

FACTS & STATISTICAL DATA INFORMATION REQUEST

  • Requests for information and statistics not listed on the Parking and Transportation (PATS) website, or requests for interviews, are accepted by completing the Information Request Form.
  • The completed form will be emailed to: psweb@usf.edu on your behalf.
  • Submit requests 10-14 business days prior to desired due date.
  • All requests for interviews, by phone or in person, are to be scheduled a minimum of two weeks in advance.
  • Information furnished will be in electronic form. In accordance with USF systems policy number 0-106, paper copies, are furnished at no cost where the duplication and labor costs do not exceed $5.