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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parking Updates and Closures:
The Parking and Transportation Services Office is open to the public. All normal in-person services are available at our office, located at 1006 Railroad St. in the Intermodal Transit Center. Our office is open Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Healthy Vandals practices are in effect and up to ten people are permitted in the lobby at any time. A hand sanitation station is available inside.
Parking permits are available for purchase online. Pro-rated permits for all lots are available for purchase at our Parking Services Portal. Please note that eligibility for Greek permits must be arranged with the house President prior to purchase.
Holiday office closures this semester: The office will be closed on Monday, January 18, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day/Idaho Human Rights Day and again on Monday, February 15, for Presidents Day.
Winter is Here! For crews and equipment to safely remove snow and ice from campus parking lots, overnight parking (2-6 a.m.) is restricted to designated areas within certain parking lots when snow is on the ground. These areas are highlighted in light blue on the Snowy Conditions Overnight Parking Map. Please take a quick moment and locate the parking lot(s) you frequently park in on the map, and identify the area(s) where you may park overnight when snow is on the ground (indicated by light blue shading). If your usual parking lot does not have a blue shaded area, locate an alternative allowed by your permit. Gold permit holders should park in a lot that is both shaded light blue AND a regular Gold lot. Please reach out as soon as possible if you're unsure where you can safely park.