Motorized scooter parking | Tempe campus
Park motorized scooters at these designated areas around the ASU Tempe campus to help ensure pedestrian safety and reduce pedestrian and vehicle hazards.
Motorized vehicles or devices may not be operated on any ASU campus or brought into any building — this excludes mobility devices for individuals with disabilities. Access the Tempe Campus Transportation Code — PDP 207-01 for more information.
Walk-only zones make your campus trips safer.
Walk-only zones, a service of ASU Parking and Transit Services, enhance pedestrian safety and ease vehicle congestion on the Tempe campus during peak foot-traffic times.
Currently, Walk-only zones cover the high pedestrian-traffic areas on the Tempe campus only. No tuition funds are used for Walk-only zones infrastructure or support staff.
Learn more about bicycle registration and storage.
Walk-only zones enforcement is Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
During enforcement times, no one may ride, drive or park wheeled vehicles in Walk-only zones.*
Wheeled vehicles include:
- All motorized and wheeled vehicles.
- Bicycles — traditional and motorized.
- Delivery, landscaping and maintenance vehicles.
- Electric vehicles and golf carts.
- Inline and roller skates.
- Scooters — motorized and traditional.
- Skateboards — motorized and traditional.
*Walk-only zones are not intended to limit or redirect the use of mobility devices by individuals with disabilities. Learn more about Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services.
Motorized devices or vehicles are not allowed on any campus building or property, including on and off-campus residence halls per the Tempe Campus Transportation Code, PDP 207-01.
Walk-only zone Ambassador and Campus Mall Enforcement positions are posted on the ASU Student Employment webpage.
All positions require the following prior experience:
- Customer service experience.
- Knowledge of conflict-resolution tactics.
- Verbal and written communication skills.
- Willingness to work in extreme weather conditions.
Campus Mall Enforcement applicants should also possess:
- Current driver's license.
- Previous coaching, supervising or team-leading experience.
- Students who are interested in acting, communications, criminal justice, performing arts, public relations, political science, pre-law, public speaking and rhetoric are encouraged to apply.
- Ambassadors: Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Campus Mall Enforcement: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Campus Mall Enforcement field and office: Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
ASU student, faculty and staff enforcement process:
- First violation: Individuals who do not observe Walk-only zone guidelines will receive a written warning from a Campus Mall Enforcement staff member.
- Second violation:
- Faculty and staff must attend Authorized Driver training.
- Students must attend an ASU Police Department bicycle safety class.
- Third violation: Individuals will receive a referral to the Dean of Students, Dean or Vice President.
ASU Police Department bicycle safety class
- Classes cover:
- Bicycle and traffic laws for bicyclists
- Laws that bicyclists tend to get cited for the most
- Classes are available in person and online.
- There is a class registration fee.
Visit the ASU Police Safety Training Classes webpage for more information.
Authorized driver training
- Email Environmental Health and Safety or call 480-965-1823 for class times and locations.
- Individuals who drive ASU vehicles on campus property — including motorized carts — must complete the authorized driver training class.
- There is no class fee.