Additional Transportation-Related Expenses
This Directive establishes the proper methods of determining expenses eligible for reimbursement for the different modes of travelling, as well as documentation requirements. All additional transportation-related expenses require a “To” and “From” location on the Travel Expense Report.
Reason for Directive
Additional transportation expenses must be accurately accounted for and taken into consideration as part of the total cost to the University when determining the mode of transportation for a traveler.
Who must comply?
All UF departments.
Necessary charges for parking will be reimbursed, including airport parking fees.
- Parking fees $25 and under do not require receipts
The actual amount paid for mandatory valet parking and please indicate that the valet parking was mandatory. Valet tips that do not exceed $1 per occasion and which were incurred in the performance of official business will be reimbursed.
If you fly out of Orlando International Airport, save on airport parking at The Parking Spot. UF Faculty and Staff Save 10% year-round. View UF-specific information on the program.
The cost of shuttle service to and from airports, subway, and railroad stations, plus reasonable tips (15%), is reimbursable.
Taxi fares are reimbursed when public transportation or shuttle service is not practical. Actual tips paid to taxi drivers shall not exceed 15% of the fare.
- Taxi fares $25 and under per fare do not require receipts
Airline baggage fees require a receipt if over $25.00.
Necessary and reasonable tolls are reimbursable.
- Tolls $25 and under do not require receipts
For tolls related to a rental vehicle, please view the “Rental Vehicles” directive and procedure.
Traffic and parking fines received while driving rental, personal, or University-owned vehicles are not reimbursable.
11/30/2020: reviewed content
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