Transportation Services Announce Parking Rates and Policies for 2021-2022
The parking rates for the 2021-2022 parking year (September 1, 2021 to August 31, 2022) have been approved and published. After a temporary one-year rate increase suspension, the majority of parking permits and passes will see the price increase by 1%.
Lot 67 (Linden Drive Garage) was opened to the public in January 2021 and is added for flexible parking and afternoon and night permits.
A list of Transportation Services rates and policies is available on the Transportation Services website: transport.wisc.edu/rates-and-policies
As an ancillary business of UW – Madison, Transportation Services – a division of facilities planning and management (Facilities.fpm.wisc.edu) – receives no state funding and is expected to generate revenue to finance its programs and activities. Revenues fund parking lots and facilities, bus service, and alternative transportation activities mandated by the federal and state governments.
Please take this time to confirm your primary email address on the Transportation Services eBusiness Portal (log in and click under “Welcome, [NAME]! To find “Manage your account information”). You can access the Transport Services eBusiness Portal through the Transport Services website (transport.wisc.edu – see ‘Sponsored Links’ at the bottom of the page) or this direct link: https://uwtransservices.t2hosted.com / cmn / auth_ext .aspx
You can also check for updates on the Transport Services website (transport.wisc.edu) and in UW publications like Working at UW (weekly e-mail and on working.wisc.edu).
Information on parking requests for the 2021-2022 parking year will be released in the first week of May. The increase in flexible (pay-as-you-go) parking offerings and discounted, low-cost parking options will continue in 2021-2022 to allow flexibility. Transportation and parking information is also being prepared for those returning to campus in August 2021..