ARTICLE XVIII. PARKING
The Employer agrees to provide designated parking for an employee who is specifically designated as on-call. Access will be provided to P3 between 4:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m. In the event that exit from the structure after 9:00 a.m. is not automated, employees will be able to call parking services directly to facilitate exit. Communication with an employee's supervisor is not required to allow exit in this circumstance. The phone number to parking services will remain posted and visible at the exit of P3.
Employees who are called to the Hospital for an emergency consult, whether in the Emergency Department or on a service, may use valet parking at the Emergency Entrance at no expense. Employees must provide the valet attendant with proper identification and indicate which service the consult is related to.
An employee who has been assigned to an off-site location and is required to return to the Hospital prior to 4:00 p.m. (given that at 4:00pm they will have access to P3) will not have to pay for parking fees incurred in the Patient/Visitor Parking Structure (P2) during the required return period. Exit from the parking structure will require a parking voucher, available primarily through their individual Program Coordinators or the Program Coordinators' designees. If the Program Coordinator is not available, the parking vouchers will be available at the main entrance desk located on floor 1 of the Taubman Center prior to leaving the parking area.
The Employer reserves the right to modify this arrangement upon two (2) weeks notice to the Association; provided, however that no such notice will be given until the Association has had the opportunity to discuss the matter with the University in an effort to solve the problem. While the Employer cannot foresee every reason for modification, modification will not be unreasonably exercised, i.e., will not be exercised without good reason. It is understood that impact on Patient/Visitor parking needs would be reason for modification. In any case, however, abuse of this arrangement shall always be reason for modifying the current arrangement.
Parking services will communicate changes to parking structures and parking processes to the HOA Board at least two (2) weeks prior to any change. At this point, one (1) parking services contact individual will be identified to communicate with the HOA Board during the transition period, which will begin two (2) weeks before the change and end at a time mutually agreed upon by the HOA Board and the employer.