Parking and Transportation

http://www.towson.edu/parking

University Union Garage
410-704-3370 (fax)
Parking & Shuttle Information
Upark@towson.edu
410-704-PARK (7275)

Para transit Information

Upark@towson.edu
410-704-RIDE (7433)

Para transit service is provided to faculty, staff and students who are registered with Disability Support Services (DSS). The service offers on-campus scheduled pick-ups to all faculty, staff, students and campus guests with certified Para transit needs.

Parking & Transportation Information

All motor vehicles, except those parked at short-term parking meters, are required to have a valid parking permit on their parking account if they will be parked on campus from 6 a.m.–8 p.m., Monday–Thursday, and from 6 a.m.–3 p.m. on Fridays. A License Plate Recognition (LPR) system is used for parking enforcement. This system reads license plates and verifies there is a valid permit associated with that plate. As such all permit holders must ensure they have their accurate and complete license plate(s) registered with the department. Vehicles in violation of the regulations will be ticketed and/or towed at the owner’s expense. Both resident (30 completed credits or more) and commuter students may purchase a parking permit online through eParking. Commuter students have the option of purchasing a permit to park on campus during the daytime or a permit that is only valid the evening after 3 p.m. Resident (30 completed credits or more) are eligible to purchase a resident permit based on availability.  Students purchasing a parking permit must park in those areas designated by their specific permit type and time restrictions. For information regarding permit rates, purchasing options and parking restrictions, please visit our website at www.towson.edu/parking.

Visitors to campus are required to purchase a hourly or one-day Visitors’ Parking Permit from a pay station at a designated visitor location. Those visitors participating in official University Admissions tours are excluded from this requirement but must display the permit distributed by admissions staff and be parked in Visitor Spaces on the ground floor of the West Village garage located off Towsontown Boulevard.

The university provides both on-campus and off-campus shuttles to transport students, faculty, and staff to various locations throughout and near the campus. The university shuttles only operate during the regular academic terms for the regular route schedule, when the campus is open. Campus shuttles operate an abbreviated schedule during the winter and the summer only when classes are in session. There is no fee to ride any shuttle; however, a valid TU OneCard ID must be presented to ride off-campus shuttles. To view the shuttle schedules and routes or to obtain more information, please visit our website.