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Parking and Traffic

Parking Operations
2600 Campus Road, Room 014
Honolulu, HI 96822
Tel: (808) 956-8899
Fax: (808) 956-9811
Web: www.hawaii.edu/parking

Parking Operations business hours are Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The office is closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. Visitors and students may pay a daily fee to park, on a space-available basis, in designated visitor and student parking areas. All other parking areas on campus require a valid permit.

Motorcycles and mopeds must have a paid permit to park in designated parking areas located on the designated peripheral part of campus. Visitors may pay the daily fee to park in designated visitor motorcycle and moped parking areas. Bicycles are allowed to park only at bike racks.

Because the number of student parking permits is limited, students should check in advance with Parking Operations on the procedure for obtaining the permits. Carpool, day, evening, motorcycle, moped, and medical permits are offered on an availability basis to qualified students and faculty and staff members. Specific documents are required to obtain each type of permit.

Student parking is also available in the Institute for Astronomy parking area (permit parking) and the Center for Hawaiian Studies parking area ($3 daily parking). A shuttle bus provides service from these parking areas to the main campus.

Because parking on or near campus is limited, students are encouraged to seek alternative means of transportation to campus. UH Manoa is also served by the city bus system (local route numbers 4, 6, and 18, plus express routes). For information, call (808) 848-5555. Monthly bus passes are available at the Campus Center Information Desk, Campus Center 212. A free shuttle service is provided as a convenient means of transportation within the campus.

Parking regulations on campus are enforced 24 hours daily throughout the year. Vehicles in violation are subject to citation and/or towing.