Yes. Employees of UW-Madison and UW Hospital and Clinics with a valid, state-issued disabled permit may apply for and purchase the UW-Accessible version of an annual base lot, Flex, or moped permit.
Temporary UW-Accessible permits are also available to those with a valid, state-issued temporary disabled permit. Alternatively, a temporary UW-Accessible permit may be purchased with written notification from a physician. Obtained in this way, the temporary accessible permit is valid for two months and will not be extended without a valid, state-issued disabled permit (whether temporary or annual).
Most UW parking permits are lot-specific. In contrast, annual and temporary UW-Accessible permits are not restricted to a specific lot. UW-Accessible base lot and Flex permits are valid in UW-Disabled stalls, State of Wisconsin disabled stalls, unreserved permit stalls, and timed ParkMobile stalls over 30 minutes all across campus.
- Payment is required while parked in any timed ParkMobile stall with a time limit of 30 minutes or less, even with a valid UW-Accessible disabled permit displayed.
- UW-Accessible Flex permits must be in paid status when parked during a lot’s hours of enforcement using ParkMobile zone code 25099.
UW-Accessible moped permits may park in any moped stall in designated moped lots across campus.
To obtain an annual UW-Accessible parking permit, choose “UW-Accessible” and enter your state disabled permit information when applying for parking in the Permit Application System. Annual UW-Accessible permits may also be obtained in person with the required documentation at a Transportation Services office location.
Temporary UW-Accessible permits are only available in person at a Transportation Services office location with the required documentation.
For more information, go to the accessible parking page.