Carpooling is the sharing of car journeys so that more than one person travels in a car. By having more people using one vehicle, carpooling reduces each person’s travel costs such as fuel costs, tolls, and the stress of driving.
Support the University’s commitment to embrace sustainability programs and policies that minimize negative effects on the environment; reduce the demand for parking spaces and minimize traffic congestion.
Who Can Carpool
Faculty, Staff and Students who are University affiliated
Each participant must: Register a separate vehicle, work similar work hours and work in a University location where parking permits are required.
Where Carpool Permits Are Valid
Carpool permits are valid for the lot that is written on the permit and carpool permit holders can park in the College Town Garage (Lot 33) after 2:00 p.m., Lot 3 & Lot 8 (MRB) after 5:00 p.m., and in the Hospital Garage after 6:00 p.m.
How Do Carpools Work
Each Carpool group is assigned one (1) Hang Tag Carpool Permit to share. The permit will state the lot assignment. Each rider receives 26 occasional parking permits to use throughout the year for those times when you are unable to ride in the carpool. The permit allows you to park in the same lot as the carpool lot, or, in the case where riders are split between campuses, you can make arrangements to park in the lot closer to your worksite.
If Carpool Is Disbanded
If the carpool group is disbanded or a carpool participant cannot remain in the carpool group, the parking office must be notified. The participant(s) must return their permit(s) and lockbox and a new permit will be issued for the lot that is currently available.
To take advantage of carpool savings, all participating members must have a registered vehicle and work similar hours. In addition to using less gas, you’ll also benefit from substantially reduced parking rates. The amount of savings – which ranges from 50% off annual parking rates to FREE parking – depends on the number of people carpooling.
General information is below:
2 people carpool – pay 50% of rate
3 people carpool – pay 25% of rate
4 people carpool – no charge
Each rider receives 26 occasional parking permits to use throughout the
year for those times when you are unable to ride in the carpool. The permit
allows you to park in the same lot as the carpool lot, or, in the case where
riders are split between campuses, you can make arrangements to park in
the lot closer to your worksite.
Guaranteed Ride Home Program
In the case of a verified emergency situation, the Parking Management Center offers a free transportation service to quickly get you where you need to go.