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 2017-18 academic year are available now at aims.parking.uidaho.edu. We are here to help! If you have questions, contact us at 208-885-6424, firstname.lastname@example.org 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
Intermodal Transit Center Sidewalk Construction: Beginning Monday, July 23, the damaged sidewalk surrounding the Intermodal Transit Center (corner of Sweet and Railroad) will be replaced. Work will continue for approximately 15 days. Please exercise caution and follow signs as we will need to utilize alternate entrances at different points throughout the project. Thank you!
UIdaho Bound: New Vandals and their families visit campus on Monday, July 23. Blue Lot 60 (Sweet and Railroad) along with other lots will see some additional vehicles. Give our new Vandal family members a friendly smile and wave when you see them exploring!
2018-19 Parking Permits Available for Purchase Online Now! Commuter students, residence hall students, staff and faculty can review their options and purchase their permit here. Greeks will purchase their permits when Fall Recruitment concludes. Check out the 2018-19 parking map here. Reach out to us with any questions: email@example.com!
Blue Lot 104 (WWAMI Medical Educ. Bldg) closed for 2018-19 school year: Major renovation work will close this lot for the year.
Red Lot 34 (West Kibbie, paved lot): Closed for construction Monday, July 2 until completion.
Blue Lot 30 (Facilities) - The northeastern section of Blue Lot 30 (Facilities) will be closed for construction beginning Wednesday, June 20.
How does parking work during Summer Break? Here's the map!
Calling all campus and Moscow merchants! Would you be willing to offer a discount to U of I students, staff and faculty who forego bringing a vehicle to campus and use alternative transportation to get around? We’re exploring the possibility of creating an incentive program patterned after one at UNC at Chapel Hill in which businesses offer discounts to members of the alternative transportation program. If you think the resulting incremental foot traffic and online visibility might benefit your business, please take a moment to fill out our questionnaire!