The All-University Traffic Committee plans to hold a meeting today to discuss proposed on-campus parking and violation changes.
Kay Rout, chairperson of the committee, said the changes could greatly affect students, faculty, staff, visitors and retirees.
The committee is expected to discuss the cost of parking fines as well as several other issues, although no decisions are expected to be made.
Were now asking for changes that are overdue, said Rout, an American thought and language professor.
The committee also could discuss a proposed campaign to promote pedestrian right-of-way and the introduction of a geographic information system - a computerized map that could be used to point out specific parking areas.
Fred Poston, assistant vice president for finance and operations, will also be at the meeting to share his views on campus parking.
The committee is made up of faculty members, undergraduate students, graduate students, officials and various other on-campus departments including Campus Park and Planning and the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities.