Complaints from nearby homeowners and FJC students forced the Board of Trustees to establish traffic and parking regulations that went into effect on Wednesday, February 1, 1961. To ensure that each student understood the regulations, a brochure was published and the regulations were also printed each semester in the student newspaper. Many students ignored the announcement, and on the first day the new parking regulations were enforced, 148 citations were issued (four to faculty members). Several students removed the tickets, then returned to their cars to find them ticketed again. To alleviate some of the parking problems, public bus service (lines 58 and 125) to the campus became available in 1962. FJC students were offered a reduced rate to use the buses.