Parking and Transportation Services
Welcome! If you're driving to campus for a day, a degree or a career, you'll need to purchase a parking permit. Daily and special use permits are available for online purchase 24/7 and annual parking permits for the 2016-17 academic year are available now at aims.parking.uidaho.edu. We are here to help! If you have questions, please contact us at 208-885-6424, email@example.com or in person at 1006 Railroad Street, at the corner of Railroad Street and W. Sweet Avenue. We're located inside the Intermodal Transit Center (map).
Parking Updates and Closures
Vandal Parking Permit Enrollment Now Open: What is a Vandal Parking Permit? The Vandal permit is a non-expiring permit (Gold, Red or Blue) that auto-renews each year, requiring no action from you after enrollment! Vandal permits are available to board appointed employees and are billed through payroll deduction.
Enrollment is now open! Enroll today by completing an application. If you're a current Vandal Permit holder and would like to change the number of payroll deductions (1, 3, 9, or 16) or the permit type for the 2017-18 year, please notify PTS (firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-885-6424) no later than July 4, as your new deductions will begin in late July.
Parking Permit Fee Increases: Some parking permit fees will increase for Fiscal Year 2018 (effective July 1, 2017). Please see the fee increase table for details. Please note: One-Day Service and Delivery permits will remain complimentary to UI annual permit holders. Annual colored lot parking permit fees will not be increasing for FY18. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns: 208-885-6424; email@example.com; Facebook (@uipts); 1006 Railroad Street.
Summer Break Parking Enforcement: Don't take any chances, get the real news on where to park right here.
Alternate access to HR & Purchasing (Red Lots 49 and 50): Beginning Wednesday, May 24, access to HR and Purchasing via 6th Street will be closed for construction. Please use the new alternate route from College Avenue, along the west side of the Crites Seed warehouse to the south side of Red Lot 50 (see map). For more information on summer construction visit the Division of Infrastructure's Construction News.
Gold Lot 40 (Administration Building): Installation of two Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations began in Lot 40 (Admin) on Monday, May 15. Four Gold Permit spaces are currently closed. As soon as the EV Charging Stations have been installed, the closed spaces will re-open with two designated for Electric Vehicle charging.