What is the difference between "Regular" and "Premium" permits?

"Premium" permits are issued for parking stalls in desirable locations but with access that can be confusing for customers to navigate. Premium permits are intended for full-time employees who generally work traditional business hours.

The number of Premium permits is limited to help ensure holders can find an available space during busy daytime hours.

Vehicles with a "premium" permit are also allowed to park in the designated employee parking areas used by "Regular" permit holders. 

Please note that North "Premium" permits are not valid in the South ramp and South "Premium" permits aren’t valid in the North ramp. 

Premium permits are not sold online. Eligible businesses will be contacted directly on how to purchase them.

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1. Do part-time workers have to buy a permit?
2. Where can employees park?
3. What are the types of permits and their cost?
4. What is the difference between "Regular" and "Premium" permits?
5. Where are Rooftop permits valid?
6. How long can I park with a permit?
7. Do I have to purchase permits online?
8. When are parking rules enforced?
9. Where do I place the permit in my car?
10. Can employees park in the Center Ramp?
11. Why isn't parking free?
12. Why doesn’t my employer pay for my permit?
13. Where do I park if I am not working but shopping at 50th & France?
14. I work on the Minneapolis side of 50th & France. Where can I park?
15. What if I don’t want to park in the ramps?
16. I have a disability plate; where can I park?
17. What if I drive multiple vehicles?
18. What happens if I get a new car?
19. Can I share a permit with a co-worker?
20. What happens if I don't buy a permit?
21. What if I receive a parking ticket?
22. I lost my parking permit. What do I do?
23. What if I forgot to display the permit?
24. What are the general rules for 50th & France employees parking in the ramps??
25. What are the "after hours" rules for the Premium parking stalls?
26. What if I have an idea to make parking better?