Summer Break Parking & Transportation
For the upcoming summer break, a University permit will be required for to park on campus. If you do not have a University permit, be sure to read the section on Summer Break Permit.
C Permit and Select Longhorn Lots
C Lots and the Longhorn Lots will continue to require the permit posted.
A and F Permit Lots
A and F spaces will continue to require the permit posted.
D and Persons with Disabilities Spaces
All spaces designated for persons with disabilities will continue to be reserved for persons with disabilities only, vehicles will only be required to display a university D permit or a university TD permit per the ADA signs on campus.
M Permit Spaces
A UT "M" permit will be required for motorcycles during Summer Break.
All normally staffed parking garage offices will continue to be staffed during the entire summer break with regular daily rates or required garage permit applying.
Summer Break Parking Permit
If you do not have a UT permit and you need access to campus while the UT Shuttles are not in operation (see below), there is a Summer Break Permit you can purchase online at $10. To purchase this permit click here and select on the Summer Break Parking venue option.
Parking Safety Tips
Be a proactive parker! If you leave your car unattended in a remote lot for days at a time, lock your doors. Leaving valuables visible from the outside of your vehicle is an invitation for burglary. Visit or move your vehicle occasionally.
Don't be late for finals or work. The UT shuttles will be operating at reduced service levels for finals and summer break from Monday, May 5th through Wednesday, May 4th. MOST SHUTTLE ROUTES DO NOT OPERATE during much of this period. UT Shuttles will resume SUMMER SERVICE levels starting Thursday, June 5th. Please refer to the Shuttle Page for more detailed information.
Avoid the expense and hassle of airport parking and take the Capital Metro 100 route to the airport! Capital Metro provides daily service from The University of Texas at Austin campus and downtown to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA). Buses run approximately every 40 minutes. The online map and schedule are available here. UT students, faculty, and staff ride all Capital Metro mainline buses, fare free with a valid UT ID card.
The last day for the E-Bus for spring 2014 is Saturday, May 3rd. E-Bus service will resume for the fall semester 2014.
Don't forget your bike this semester!
Bicycles left at dormitory racks will be considered abandoned on MAY 22 and are subject to impoundment by Parking and Transportation Services.
Due to the amount of bicycles abandoned at the dorm racks each year, we ask that you please take your bike with you, or relocate your bicycle to another rack.