Stevens Police reserve the right to close campus roadways for construction projects, emergencies, or special events. It is the responsibility of Stevens community members and their visitors to be aware of and adhere to all closure announcements. Closure announcements supersede information found on this page. Stevens does not assume responsibility for the care and protection of a motor vehicle or its contents while the vehicle is operated on campus.
The following guidelines apply to the operation of non-emergency motor vehicles on campus. “Motor vehicles” include cars, SUVs, trucks, and motorcycles. The guidelines are established to promote safety, facilitate the proper use of motor vehicles on campus, and to ensure the well-being of students and employees on campus. These guidelines may be amended or added to, from time to time, at the sole discretion of Stevens Institute of Technology.
1. No person shall operate a motor vehicle in excess of 10 m.p.h.
2. No person shall operate a motor vehicle in violation of a campus traffic sign or Stevens Police directive
3. No person shall operate a motor vehicle that emits excessive noise, nor shall the operator or occupants create excessive noise
4. No person shall operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs
5. No person shall operate a motor vehicle with an open container of alcohol in the vehicle
6. No person shall operate a motor vehicle in a manner that results in the passing of a vehicle moving in the same direction
7. No person shall operate a motor vehicle on Wittpenn Walk
8. No person shall operate a motor vehicle the wrong way on a one-way street
Motor vehicle violations, pursuant to Title 39 of the New Jersey Revised Statutes, are enforced by Stevens Police on roadways connecting and leading to campus. Stevens Police issue New Jersey state summonses for motor vehicle violations that occur on campus. These summonses are governed by state and municipal laws. Summonses may not be appealed to Stevens Administration or Stevens Police.
Appeals of summonses received for motor vehicle violations committed on campus must be presented to the Hoboken Municipal Court. Motor vehicle violation fines are listed on the summonses and are governed by New Jersey state and municipal laws.