Fourteen-day parking permits are available to travelers on University or System Office business for Bradley International Airport which allows state employees to park in designated lots. If the business travel extends beyond the permit's fourteen-day limit, the traveler is responsible for the additional fees, but may be reimbursed for the additional parking expense if it's authorized travel and funding is available.
The traveler is responsible to pay for any additional charges over the authorized travel period for personal days during their business trip.
If the state-designated lots are at capacity, travelers should park at the lowest-cost economy parking lot; travelers will be reimbursed for parking expenses incurred when the state-designated lots are at capacity.
If a traveler does not request a parking permit or fails to secure the permit from the Travel Office before departure, their parking expenses will not be reimbursed.
If the Bradley parking permit is not used it must be returned to the Travel Office.
Parking in the Bradley Airport parking garage will not be reimbursed.
Parking charges for airports other than Bradley International Airport are reimbursable; proof of payment is required.