Parking and Transportation Summer Break Information


Campus Parking
A valid UT permit or payment of fees is required to park on campus even for the upcoming summer break. Parking restrictions will remain in effect for those spaces that require a particular UT permit AT ALL TIMES.

Summer Break Permit
If you do not have a UT permit and need access to campus while the UT Shuttles are not in operation (see below), there is a Summer Break Permit you can purchase online for $11.50 at Click on the “Campus Wide Parking” venue option and then choose the “Summer Break” parking option. This permit is valid from May 22, 2019 through June 3, 2019. This allows parking in the Longhorn and “C” Lots.

Any lots operated for official University events may charge an entry fee. Lots 70, 80, 108, and 118 are currently scheduled to operate special events throughout some of the summer break. See for the most current list of upcoming events.

Persons with Disabilities Spaces
All spaces designated for persons with disabilities will continue to be reserved for persons with disabilities only. Parking in a D or ADA space between 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. Monday-Friday requires display of a valid state-issued ADA placard or license plate (permanent or temporary) along with a valid D, F, O, or Summer Break permit. After 5:45 p.m. and on weekends, unless there is a University event that requires use of a surface lot, only the state-issued ADA placard or license plate will be required.

UT Shuttles
The last day for UT Shuttle service before the summer break is May 21st. UT Shuttles will resume limited REGISTRATION LEVEL service June 4-5 and SUMMER LEVEL service Thursday, June 6th. Refer to for more information.

Capital Metro
Many Capital Metro buses provide access to both the main campus and the PRC campus. Most of these routes follow existing UT Shuttle Routes. Route information can be found at

The E-Bus will not operate over the summer.

The last night to request a SURE Walk for the spring semester will be May 21st. SURE Walk will resume service on June 1st. Please refer to for information on how to request a walk or ride.

UT Night Rides
The last night to request a UT Night Rides for the spring semester will be on May 21st. UT Night Rides will resume service on June 1st. Please refer to for information on how to request a ride.

Airport Service
Avoid the expense and hassle of airport parking and take the Capital Metro 20 route to the airport! Capital Metro provides daily service to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA). Buses run approximately every 15 minutes, more information can be found at UT students, faculty, and staff ride all Capital Metro mainline buses fare free with a valid UT ID card.

Parking Safety Tips
Be a proactive parker! If you leave your car unattended in a 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.

Bicycle Security Tips
Bicycles left at dormitory racks will be considered abandoned on May 26, 2019 and are subject to impoundment by Parking and Transportation Services. Due to a large number of bicycles abandoned at the dorm racks each year and our ongoing effort to make space available for current and new students, we ask that you please take your bike home with you when you are not here.

Please contact PTS at with any questions.

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