UW-Madison has been recognized as one of the nation’s Best Universities for Commuters. The designation is given by Best Workplaces for Commuters, a program operated by the Center for Urban Transportation Research.
A new survey asks UW–Madison community members to provide feedback on parking and transportation-related products and services. Please take this survey if you received an invitation–your participation is very important!
ParkMobile, the contracted vendor for the UW–Madison timed parking (pay-by-cell “meters”) and Flex parking programs, experienced a cybersecurity incident affecting some of their user data.
Receive a survey invitation to answer questions about campus parking and transportation during the pandemic? Please take it! Responses help us understand how to best meet campus needs.
Campus electric vehicle charging options have expanded in six parking lots, for a total of 36 dedicated stalls across 13 locations. Use of charging stations is cost-free to permit holders and paid visitor parking customers for up to four hours.
Mendez joins FP&M Transportation Services August 30.
7/20/20: Now redirects to “Transportation Services Smart Restart Hub” for updates. \\ Transportation Services operational change updates (campus bus service, parking changes, shuttle service). Visit covid19.wisc.edu for the most up-to-date campus information.
A half marathon and 5K race will pass through campus on Saturday, Aug. 17, causing some road restrictions, bus detours, and traffic delays between 7 a.m. and noon.
Power outages related to a MG&E fire do not affect campus operations, but are affecting travel to, from, and around the campus area.
A phishing attempt from “UW Parking Services” is targeting UW-Madison groups–if you receive a suspicious email with a subject line like “[URGENT] New Parking Rules”, please report it to the Office of Cybersecurity.