Student Parking Permits

Parking 101 Purchase Permit Disabilities

If you want an R or S permit, there is no need to buy a C or C+ Permit until the R Permit Lottery or S Permit sales have concluded. C and C+ Permits are sold year-round and we do not sell out of them.
C, C+, N, and N+ permits are on sale now.

Permit Sale and Renewal Dates
S Open Sales: Tuesday, August 8, 2017
The sales will be staggered by location. Actual schedule will be posted on 8/1/17 to reflect garage availability and time
R Open Sales: Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Sales will begin at 10am for those who did not enter the "R" Draw. Availability will be posted on 8/8/17

Student Permits

Permit Eligibility Term 16/17 Price 17/18 Price How to purchase Parking convenience Parking locations
C all students annual $133 $138 online now lower lots on the eastern edges of campus (see C Permit for details)
C+ all students annual $200 $207 online now moderate lots on eastern edges of campus + evening and weekend access to most garages (see C+ permit for details)
R dorm residents fall & spring
semesters
$677-
$780*
$677-$796* online for available
garages
high single garage (see garage map or residence halls to help choose location)
single
semester
$376-
$434*

$376-
$442*

S non-dorm residents annual $628 $669 online for available
garages
high single garage (see garage map to help choose location)
single
semester
$299 $319
Specialized Permit Types
B all students for use with a bicycle four years FREE FREE online or
The Kickstand
high bike racks throughout campus
M all students for use with a motorcycle, motor
scooter, moped, or motor-assisted bicycles
annual $80 $83 online now moderate M spaces
N all students annual $40 $41 online now low WEEKNIGHTS AND WEEKENDS ONLY
lots on the eastern edges of campus
N+ all students annual $67 $69 online now lower WEEKNIGHTS AND WEEKENDS ONLY
lots on eastern edges of campus + access to most garages
* price varies by garage

Parking and Transportation Services presents: Green on the Go. Advocating alternatives to the single-occupancy vehicle

The University of Texas at Austin strongly supports efforts to reduce congestion and curb vehicle pollution in the Austin area. The University has established an active Alternative Transportation Program, entitled Green on the Go, that seeks to reduce the use of single occupancy vehicles by staff, faculty, students, and visitors.


PTS Office
Trinity Parking Garage (TRG)
1815 Trinity St. (Map)

Open Monday - Friday
except official university holidays
Cashier Office: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Administrative Office: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Phone: 512-471-PARK (7275)
Fax: 512-232-9405

parking@utexas.edu
garages@utexas.edu
Twitter: @utaustinparking, @utshuttle, @bikeut