The legal holiday of Thanksgiving will cause a reduction in services for Madison Metro Transit, including campus bus routes. Some parking restrictions will be waived to accommodate bus riders unable to easily travel to campus during the reduced service.
The new parking year is under way, and Transportation Services wants to highlight accessible parking and transportation options available to the UW campus community members and visitors with disabilities.
The reduced cost parking permit program for 2022-23 parking permits is expanding. The salary threshold to qualify for a 2022-23 reduced cost permit will increase and reduced cost permits will be available in more lots.
Parking applications are now open for the upcoming year (Sept. 1, 2022 – Aug. 31, 2023). Applications are processed several times in the summer and approximately every two weeks during the academic year.
2021-22 parking permit applications are closed for the remainder of this parking year, which ends Wednesday, August 31. Remaining permit options for this parking year are now available for instant purchase in the eBusiness portal.
Parking permit rates and policy changes for the 2022-23 parking year (Sept. 1, 2022 – Aug. 31, 2023) have been approved and released.
Transportation Services offices are closed Nov. 25 and Metro Transit buses will run reduced service Nov. 25-26. Certain parking rules will be waived Nov. 26, with most surface lots available without a permit.
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!
2021-22 parking year applications are now open! Learn more about summer 2021 parking and important 2021-22 application dates here.
Parking permit rates and policy changes for the 2021-22 parking year (Sept. 1, 2021 – Aug. 31, 2022) have been approved and released.