CU Boulder Parking and Transportation Services offers a variety of sustainable commuting options. For many commuters, the flexibility driving affords, or responsibilities outside of work and school, make driving necessary and/or outweigh the costs and environmental impacts.
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If you plan to drive your own vehicle to campus, you may be eligible to purchase your parking permit through payroll deductions. Your parking liaison is your first connection to assist with purchasing a long-term parking permit. Review your CU Boulder parking permit options.
To park on campus occasionally, temporary permits are available for purchase at the Parking Services Customer Service window. Review CU Boulder’s temporary parking information.
There are several options available so you can attend meetings on main campus, east campus, Research Park and Williams Village without driving your vehicle. These include walking, bicycle rentals and multiple transit routes. Learn how to Get Around Campus.
If you need to drive your own vehicle to on-campus meetings there are options available when you park outside your primary parking lot. Check with your parking liaison to determine if your department has a Parkmobile account or a campus department business permit.
Students may purchase semester or academic year permits. You will need your Identikey and password to log into the permit purchasing website. You will also need the vehicle license plate, make, model and color to register vehicles to your permit. Permits are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Check our student permit page for important sale dates.