IMPORTANT ALERTS

East End Dedication and Chancellor Martin Inauguration

Due to the East End Dedication planned on Wednesday, Oct. 2, and the inauguration of Andrew D. Martin as the 15th chancellor of Washington University in St. Louis on Thursday, Oct. 3, a heavy volume of visitors is expected on the Danforth Campus over this two-day period. Please review important parking and transportation changes.


DUC Garage Painting: Sept 11 – Oct 1
Garage levels will alternately be closed due to painting. Not having these blocks of spaces available is causing the garage to fill faster than normal. Should you find the DUC garage full, please use these alternative options:

  • Zone 2 permit holders may use the Alumni House and Music Library parking lots, in addition to Wallace Garage.
  • Visitors may use Millbrook Garage, located on the north side of campus on Throop Drive.

Painting is expected to be completed by October 1. We do apologize for any inconvenience and we appreciate your cooperation.


New Campus Transportation Policies
In response to significant safety concerns, WashU is introducing a new policy on electric scooters and other motorized transportation devices as well as a new bike policy featuring rules on the safe operation of bikes, proper parking and a new bike registration requirement. Review the new policies.


Mallinckrodt Bus Plaza Now Open
The bus plaza was closed for repairs as part of a larger construction project on the stretch of road from the bus plaza to Hillman Hall. All Metro and university shuttles can now use this location.


FY20 parking permits and rates


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Welcome Visitors

We offer garage parking as well as Passport Parking across campus.

Plan Your Visit


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Free transportation is available throughout St. Louis via Metro public transit.

STUDENTS
Fall 2019
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Parking Permits

Learn about parking permits available to eligible students, faculty and staff.

Options  Pricing

Washington University in St. Louis Parking & Transportation Services facilitates campus access to faculty, staff, students and the community for university business and activities. The department’s goal is to serve the university community with fairness, courtesy, consistency and efficiency.

 

News & Announcements

Parking team offers tips, updates for new year
There is a wide variety of parking, transportation and mobility services available to students, faculty and staff as Washington University in St. Louis’ 2019-20 academic year begins.
August 28, 2019


Parking and Transportation announces winning shuttle design
Parking offers updates on permits, U-Pass, Guaranteed Ride Home
June 7, 2019


Watch the latest video to learn about getting to, through and around the university this year. Learn more

 

Transportation Options
There are many ways to get to and around campus.