Parking and Transportation Services
Welcome! Your University of Idaho Parking and Transportation Services (PTS) team is focused on keeping U of I moving. As we grow, it’s imperative that we become a campus where a personally owned vehicle is not required to meet commuter and campus resident mobility needs. Our beautiful Moscow community is easily traversed by most on foot or bicycle, and when you need to get around more quickly or go longer distances, alternative transportation options are available. Vandal Access Service provides Vandals with mobility-limiting disabilities access to facilities and programs on campus. If you need to bring a car to campus, please understand that parking on campus is limited and a permit will be required.
We are here to help! If you have questions, contact us at 208-885-6424 or email@example.com.
Parking Permit Sales Are All Online This Year
Online-only parking permit sales for the 2020-21 academic year begin July 1 at 7:30 a.m.
July 1, 2020 07:30:00
Parking Updates and Closures
All-Online Parking Permit Sales Begin Wednesday, July 1: Parking permit sales are now online-only and begin on July 1. Not sure which parking permit is right for you? Use the new Pick Your Permit Tool. Not sure you can purchase your parking permit online in July? We've made some changes that may address your concern. Check out Permit FAQs. Considering saving money and stress by leaving your personal car or truck home? Check out Alternative Transportation options and/or reach out to our Alternative Transportation Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org. Need assistance? We're here to help: email@example.com or 208-885-6424.
7th Street Pedestrian Improvement Project: A project that will address a one block stretch of Seventh Street from the Pitman Center, on the east, to Elm Street on the west. The project will re-purpose what is currently a vehicular alley to a pedestrian priority mall with enhanced paving, appropriate landscaping and street furniture. For more information on the project, go to Facilities Services' Construction News web page. The parking impact map will help understand impacts to traffic and parking.
Red Lot 34 (Paved West Kibbie): ICCU Arena construction continues on the west side of campus. From approximately June 8 through the end of August, the western half of Red Lot 34 (Paved West Kibbie) will be closed for construction. Drivers should expect periodic delays as construction materials are transported along Idaho Avenue Extension to the arena site.
Customer Service: While the Parking and Transportation Services office at 1006 Railroad Street in the Intermodal Transit Center is currently closed to the public, we're continuing to update this site, process requests, answer the phone and respond to emails. As always, PTS Online Services allow visitors and Vandals to purchase and print permits needed during academic break enforcement, as well as pay or appeal citations. PTS staff are available for all customer service inquiries via phone (208-885-6424) and email (firstname.lastname@example.org). All parking and transportation related news, updates, and detailed information is provided here on our website; as well as on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
50% Remaining FY20 Citation Revenue Goes to Student Emergency Fund: Effective immediately through Tuesday, June 30, 50% of all University of Idaho’s parking citation fee payment revenue will go to the Bruce & Kathy Pitman Emergency Fund. Vandals taking care of parking debt now will not only prevent potential delays in obtaining diplomas and/or transcripts, registering for classes and purchasing 2020-21 parking permits, they will also be helping U of I students financially impacted by COVID-19.
Parking: The University of Idaho Moscow campus will continue with academic break parking enforcement rules until the first day of fall semester, Monday, August 24, 2020:
- No overnight parking or vehicle storage is allowed on any campus streets. Vehicles in violation may be cited and/or towed
- Overnight parking is allowed in Purple or Silver parking lots (not streets), as well as the Economy Lot 57E (gravel, west of Kibbie adjacent to Perimeter)
- No permit is required for daytime parking (6 a.m. – 2 a.m.) in Orange, Red, Blue, Purple and Silver lots
- Overnight enforcement of Gold, Orange, Red and Blue parking lots remains unchanged
- Gold and Green parking lots require permits year round
- Meter and pay station require payment year round EXCEPT for Student Recreation Center (SRC) Parking Lots 107 (east side) and 108 (west side) which do not require payment during summer and academic breaks.
For complete information on break parking, view the Parking Enforcement Schedule.