Occasional Parking Permits

The Department of Parking and Transportation has implemented the Occasional Parking Program at various parking locations on Grounds to encourage the use of alternative transportation. Those who normally bike or walk to their class or workplace, can now purchase these Occasional Parking Permits to allow them to use their vehicle when they are unable to bike or walk (i.e. bad weather days, running late, etc.). TDM:  Transportation Demand Management

The Occasional Parking Program is open to all U.Va students, faculty, and staff other than First Year students. Employees who carpool and are part of the Cavpool program receive a set amount of free Occasional Parking Permits each year. Click here to learn more about the cost saving benefits of the Cavpool Program.

 

Culbreth Road Garage (A9)

Parking and Transportation has implemented an Occasional Parking Program for the Culbreth Road Garage (A9). This program provides a transponder permit valid in the Culbreth Road Garage that will allow the customer to park 10 times (up to 24 hours at a time) for a one-time charge (view current rates). Permit holders may reload the transponder with additional uses. U.Va faculty, staff, and students (other than a First-Year students) may participate in this program, making it perfect for lecture series students, Theater and Museum patrons, bicycle riders, and any other occasional visitors to the University. There is a $10 deposit for the transponder which will be refunded when the transponder is returned.

To participate in the program and obtain your Occasional Parker Permits, please visit the Parking and Transportation Office located at 1101 Millmont Street, behind the Barracks Road Shopping Center.

Culbreth Road Garage (A9)

 

Darden School Garage (D10)

Parking and Transportation has implemented an Occasional Parking Program for the Darden School Garage (D10). This program provides a book of 10 permits valid in the Darden School Garage that will allow the permit holder to park 10 times (up to 24 hours at a time) for a one-time charge (view current rates). U.Va faculty, staff, and students may participate in this program, making it a perfect option for frequent Darden visitors and Darden employees and students who normally bike or walk during clear weather.

To participate in the program and obtain your Occasional Parker Permits, please visit the Parking and Transportation Office located at 1101 Millmont Street, behind the Barracks Road Shopping Center.

The Darden School is serviced by the University Transit Service (UTS) Northline at two stops near the Darden School: The Upper Darden stop located near the front steps of the main Darden entrance, and outside of the North Grounds Recreation Center. Click here to use our Route Finder to learn how to get around Grounds from the Darden School.

Darden School Garage (D10)

 

Emmet/Ivy Garage (EIG)

Parking and Transportation has implemented an Occasional Parking Program for the Emmet/Ivy Garage. This program provides a special permit valid in the garage that will allow you to park up to 10 times in the garage (view current rates). U.Va faculty, staff, and students (other than First-Year students) may participate in this program -- making it perfect for lecture series students, Culbreth theater patrons, bicycle riders, and any other occasional visitors to the University! A specific gate at the garage is equipped with a reader that will tell the program participant how many uses they have remaining.

To participate in the program and obtain your Occasional Parker permit, visit the Parking and Transportation Office at 1101 Millmont Street.

The Emmet/Ivy Garage is serviced by several University Transit Service (UTS) routes including the Green Route, the Northline, the Colonnade Shuttle, and the Central Grounds Shuttle. Click here to use our Route Finder to learn how to get around Grounds from the Emmet/Ivy Garage.

Emmet/Ivy Garage (EIG)

 

Fontaine Research Park and Northridge (U9)

Parking and Transportation has implemented an Occasional Parking Program for the Fontaine Research Park and Northridge (U9). This program provides a book of 10 permits valid in U9 parking lots that will allow the permit holder to park 10 times (up to 24 hours at a time) for a one-time charge (view current rates). U.Va faculty and staff may participate in this program, making it a perfect option for frequent visitors and/or employees who normally bike or walk during clear weather.

To participate in the program and obtain your Occasional Parker Permits, please visit the Parking and Transportation Office located at 1101 Millmont Street, behind the Barracks Road Shopping Center.

University Hall (U-Hall) Parking

 

University Hall (U-Hall)

Parking and Transportation has implemented an Occasional Parking Program for the commuter parking lots at University Hall (U-Hall). This program provides a book of 10 permits valid in the University Hall parking lots that will allow the customer to park 10 times (up to 24 hours at a time) for a one-time charge (view current rates). U.Va faculty, staff, and students (other than a First-Year students) may participate in this program, making it perfect for lecture series students, bicycle riders, and any other occasional visitors to the University.

Parking at the University Hall Parking Lots may be restricted before, during, and after certain events at the John Paul Jones Arena. Please check the JPJ Event Impact Schedule frequently for updates and lot vacate times.

To participate in the program and obtain your Occasional Parker Permits, please visit the Parking and Transportation Office located at 1101 Millmont Street, behind the Barracks Road Shopping Center.

U-Hall is serviced by several University Transit Service (UTS) routes including the Green Route, the Northline, and the Central Grounds Shuttle. Click here to use our Route Finder to learn how to get around Grounds from U-Hall.

University Hall (U-Hall) Parking