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University Traffic Bureau

The University Traffic Bureau (UTB) is comprised of members appointed through the University Governance Structure and reports to the Administrative Council. The Traffic Bureau has the following responsibilities:

  • to advise the Administrative Council on all proposals, policies and regulations pertaining to parking and traffic control at KU.
  • to serve as an appellate body to hear and adjudicate violations of campus traffic and parking regulations.
  • to provide current information to the university community with regard to traffic and parking regulations.

The University Traffic Bureau (UTB) is composed of the following members and terms, all of whom are appointed by the Committee on Committees, unless otherwsie noted:

  • one APSCUF-appointed faculty member (3 years)
  • one AFSCME-appointed representative (3 years)
  • one at-large faculty member (3 years)
  • one at-large member of SCUPA or management (3 years)
  • two commuter students selected by the Student Government Board (1year)
  • one resident student selected by the Residence Hall Association (1 year)
  • one graduate student selected by the Graduate Council (1 year)
  • the Public Safety Management Technician, Recorder (ex officio)
  • the Associate Director of Public Safety, Char (ex officio)

Title 18 Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes Section 7505 authorized Kutztown University to promulgate rules and regulations governing all vehicular traffic and parking upon such property. At Kutztown University a University Traffic Bureau, composed of faculty, staff, and students is designated to advise the Administrative Council on all proposals, policies, and regulations pertaining to parking and traffic control on the Kutztown University Campus; to serve as an appellate body to hear and adjudicate violations of campus traffic and parking regulations; and to provide current information to the university community regarding traffic and parking regulations.