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.
Expect detours and delays on campus and in the Madison area on Sunday, Sept. 11 for Ironman Wisconsin. The marathon route impacts several campus roads between 11 a.m. and midnight.
Transportation Services offices are closed Monday, September 6 for Labor Day. Madison Metro transit will run holiday bus schedules.
Madison police have found another cord strung across a Madison bike path. The cords pose a serious safety hazard, particularly for cyclists.
UW-Madison Transportation Services has earned status as an Accredited Parking Organization (APO) with Distinction. The APO program, operated by the International Parking & Mobility Institute, certifies parking organizations that meet rigorous standards for responsible parking management.
Observatory Drive will temporarily close in both directions near the Veterinary Medicine construction site. This closure will significantly limit options for thru vehicle traffic between the east and west sides of campus. It will also impact travel for in- and outbound traffic and cause Metro Transit detours.
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.
Two new construction projects — North Park Street at Observatory Drive and Walnut Street at Observatory Drive — will impact campus travel over the next several weeks.
Multiple construction projects will cause additional lane closures and detours impacting pedestrians, bicycles, buses, and vehicles traveling to, from, and on the UW-Madison campus throughout the summer months.
Learn about local and regional Bike Week events and bike resources available to the UW-Madison campus community and visitors.