Transportation Services announces 2021-22 parking rates and policies
Parking rates for the 2021-22 parking year (Sept. 1, 2021–Aug. 31, 2022) have been approved and released. After a one-year temporary rate increase suspension, the majority of parking permit and passes will see a one percent price increase.
Lot 67 (Linden Drive Garage) was opened to the public in January 2021 and is being added for flex parking and afternoon and night permits.
A list of rates and Transportation Services policies can be found on the Transportation Services website: transportation.wisc.edu/rates-and-policies
As an auxiliary enterprise of UW–Madison, Transportation Services — a division of Facilities Planning and Management (facilities.fpm.wisc.edu) — receives no state funding and must generate revenue to fund its programs and activities. Revenue funds parking lots and facilities, bus service, and federal- and state-mandated alternate transportation activities.
Please take this time to confirm your primary email in the Transportation Services eBusiness portal (log in and click under “Welcome, [NAME]!” to find “Manage Your Account Information”). You can reach the Transportation Services eBusiness portal via the Transportation Services website (transportation.wisc.edu — see “Business Links” at the bottom of the page) or this direct link: https://uwtransservices.t2hosted.com/cmn/auth_ext.aspx
Information about parking applications for the 2021-22 parking year will be released the first week of May. The increase in Flex (pay-per-use) parking offers and reduced and low-cost parking options will continue in 2021-22 to allow for flexibility. Transportation and parking information is also being prepared for those who will be returning to campus in August 2021.