Parking and Transportation Services
Welcome! Your University of Idaho Parking and Transportation Services (PTS) team is focused on keeping U of I moving. As we grow, it’s imperative that we become a campus where a personally owned vehicle is not required to meet commuter and campus resident mobility needs. Our beautiful Moscow community is easily traversed by most on foot or bicycle, and when you need to get around more quickly or go longer distances, alternative transportation options are available. Vandal Access Service provides Vandals with mobility-limiting disabilities access to facilities and programs on campus. If you need to bring a car to campus, please understand that parking on campus is limited and a permit will be required.
We are here to help! If you have questions, contact us at 208-885-6424 or email@example.com.
Parking Updates and Closures:
Our Parking Software is currently down for maintenance as we transition to the cloud. It is scheduled to be back online by Wednesday, October 28. but we'll be sure to keep this space updated with any changes. In the meantime, reach out to us directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 208-885-6424, if you need to pay or appeal tickets or purchase permits.
Kibbie Dome Parking Lots will be busier than usual this week. On Friday, October 30, and Saturday, October 31, there will be more drive-in movie events. Please note, the showing for October 31 is R-rated.
Paradise Creek Street and the surrounding area will be busier than usual on October for the 42nd annual Tower Trick or Treat. This year's event will be a drive through, with entrances from both directions on to Paradise Creek Street from Stadium Drive and exits both directions on to Line Street. More information can be found on the Tower Trick or Treat page!
Winter is Coming! For crews and equipment to safely remove snow and ice from campus parking lots, overnight parking (2-6 a.m.) is restricted to designated areas within certain parking lots when snow is on the ground. These areas are highlighted in light blue on the Snowy Conditions Overnight Parking Map. Please take a quick moment and locate the parking lot(s) you frequently park in on the map, and identify the area(s) where you may park overnight when snow is on the ground (indicated by light blue shading). If your usual parking lot does not have a blue shaded area, locate an alternative allowed by your permit. Gold permit holders should park in a lot that is both shaded light blue AND a regular Gold lot. Please reach out as soon as possible if you're unsure where you can safely park.
Kibbie Dome Parking Lots will be busier than usual this week. On Saturday, October 24, there will be another drive-in movie.
Gold Lot 40 (Admin. Bldg) will be closed from Monday, October 19 to Monday, November 9, due to the Campus Drive/Administration Building Circle Construction Project. Reserved, ADA and Service permit holders may access Gold Lot 40 via the narrow drive along the west side of the Albertson Building. Please reduce speed, follow signage and be aware of pedestrians, construction equipment/personnel and other vehicles. For nearby Gold parking, check out our campus maps. Visit our Disability Permits and Transportation page for more information about ADA and access programs. For more information on the project, go to Facilities Services' Construction News web page.
7th Street Pedestrian Improvement Project is a project that will address a one block stretch of 7th Street from the Pitman Center, on the east, to Elm Street on the west. The project will re-purpose what is currently a vehicular alley to a pedestrian priority mall with enhanced paving, appropriate landscaping and street furniture. For more information on the project, go to Facilities Services' Construction News web page. The parking impact map will help understand impacts to traffic and parking.