Resident students who wish to park their car on campus are required to have a valid parking permit. Students are not permitted to purchase parking for another student including adding their vehicle onto an active permit.

Resident students will be restricted to designated lots based upon the availability of parking at the time of their parking registration application. Nearby lots for residence halls sell out quickly.

Resident student parking permits allow restricted parking. Restricted lots include: 16 and 114. Resident student parking permits are valid in most other lots between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., Monday through Friday, and between the hours of 5:00 p.m. Friday and 7:00 a.m. Monday.

Monthly parking permits for a parking garage may be purchased if space is available. This permit allows 24/7 parking in the garage but does not have any other parking options on campus. Monthly permits may not be renewed based on space availability in the garage.

Current permit holders can request access via their UD ID card from 5:45 PM – 2 AM Monday through Friday, all day on weekends and holidays to the following gate lots 37C Amstel gate, 34C Library Gate and 53C Haines Street Gate.

Lot 4C, Lot 14C, Lot 41, and Lot 17C are pay-to-park lots and are not governed by the color code system. Parking is allowed by the posted hourly or daily rates.

Lot 7, the Conference Center Lot, is restricted from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., seven days a week.

The Marriott Courtyard UD is reserved for use by hotel guests 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Resident student gate control parking is only valid for the student registered. Unauthorized use of gate control parking constitutes fraudulent registration and parking privileges will be revoked.

Recommended parking lot choices for each residence hall:

Conover – Lot 16

Graduate House – Lot 114

Christiana Towers, George Read, James Smith, Thomas McKean, Independence – Lot 6/10

Ray Street – Lot 38

Harter, Sharp, Brown, Sypherd – Lot 14C Center for the Arts garage, Lot 38

Rodney, Warner, Cannon, New Castle, Kent, Sussex, Squire, Smythe – Lot 55/54, Lot 39

Lane, Thompson, Russell, Harrington, Gilbert, Redding – Lot 55/54, Lot 39

Commuting students who wish to park on campus in other than pay-to-park facilities are required to have a valid parking permit for their vehicle.

All Commuting Students may register for a Carpool, Center for the Arts Garage, Red, or a Night/Weekend permit. Monthly permits for a specific lot are also available. Red permits are valid in non-restricted lots after 5 p.m. on weekdays, all day on weekends, and university holidays. Night/Weekend permits are valid in non-restricted lots after 5 PM, all day on weekends, and university holidays. It has no parking privileges on campus during restricted hours.

Commuting students may register for an overnight parking permit at the Center for the Arts garage. Overnight is defined as 5 p.m. to 7 a.m. Monday – Friday. This permit is valid at all times in the Center for the Arts garage and red lots. This permit can park overnight and on weekends in Lot 19 (North College Ave. lot), Lot 53 (Haines Street Lot), and Lot 51 (IEC/ELC lot) on Wyoming Road.

Monthly parking permits for a parking garage may be purchased if space is available. This permit allows 24/7 parking in the garage but does not have any other parking options on campus. An access card may be issued in lieu of a UD ID card to access the lot. Monthly permits may not be renewed based on space availability in the garage.

All Commuting Students living outside of the parking perimeter may register for the Center for the Arts Commuter Gate permit. Student gate permits are issued for the academic year only, are valid in red lots, and in non-restricted lots after 5 p.m. on weekdays and on weekends.  Students use their University ID card to access the garage.

All Commuting Students living inside of the parking perimeter may register for the Center of the Arts Commuter Gate permit. Student gate permits are issued for the academic year only, are valid in red lots, and in non-restricted lots after 5 p.m. on weekdays and weekends. Student use their University ID card to access the garage.

The Parking Perimeter is defined as an imaginary line running clock-wise bounded by the following streets: Beginning at Ray Street & North College, North to White Clay Drive, East on White Clay Drive, then Southeast to the intersection of Cleveland & North Chapel, South on Chapel to East Delaware Avenue, East along East Delaware Avenue to Library Avenue, South on Library Avenue to the Amtrak right-of-way, West along the tracks to South College, North on South College to Ritter, West on Ritter to Apple, North on Apple to Hillside, then an imaginary line to the south end of Old Oak Road, North on Old Oak to West Main, East on West Main to Corbit, Northwest on Corbit & Ray Street to the beginning. Persons who have residences on the portions of these streets included above will be considered as living within the perimeter area.

All undergraduate students living outside of the parking perimeter may register for carpool permits. Student carpool permits can be issued for the academic or annual year and confer gray, red or garage permit privileges. The permit fee is shared among the members of the carpool.

Students are not permitted to purchase parking for another student including adding their vehicle onto an active permit.

Commuting students are not permitted to register a vehicle whose owner is a resident student or the parent(s) of a resident student or other relative of a resident student unless approved by the Parking Office.

Commuting students are not permitted to register a vehicle if the owner of the vehicle resides within the parking perimeter or the owner is a relative of a student who resides within the parking perimeter.

Daily permits are available to all Commuting Students who do not wish to register for a regular parking permit because they do not normally drive to campus but find, on occasion, that the use of a vehicle is a necessity. The permit may be purchased online or at the Parking Services office prior to parking on campus, and will be valid for the same parking privileges as a regular parking permit for which the person could register. Daily parking permits are non-refundable.

Eligibility –

  • Commuters living outside the parking perimeter who have completed 110 credit hours may request a Center for the Arts Garage, gray, red, or a night/weekend permit.  Purchasing your permit for the full year is more cost effective than purchasing for shorter time frames.  The Gray lots are separated into Gray-North and Gray- East sub-categories. This allows better control of the number of permit sales for each area. Gray permits are valid in all gray lots including the other sub-category (north or east).
  • Commuters living inside the parking perimeter who have completed 110 credit hours may request a Center for the Arts Garage, red, or a night/weekend permit. Purchasing your permit for the full year is more cost effective than purchasing for shorter time frames.
  • Commuters with less than 110 completed credit hours may request a Center for the Arts Garage, red, or a night/weekend permit. Purchasing your permit for the full year is more cost effective than purchasing for shorter time frames.

Evening Classes – 

  • If you are only taking evening classes, night/weekend or red permit holders may park in unrestricted lots after 5 p.m. and on weekends.
  • Current permit holders can request access via their UD ID card from 5:45 PM – 2 AM Monday through Friday, all day on weekends and holidays to the following gate lots 37C Amstel gate, 34C Library Gate and 53C Haines Street Gate.

Winter & Summer Sessions –

  • All commuters are eligible for a gray permit during winter session and summertime. Red permit holders may upgrade to gray during winter and summertime for an additional fee.

Graduate students who wish to park on campus in other than pay-to-park facilities are required to have a valid parking permit for their vehicle. Daily permits are available to all Commuting Students who do not wish to register for a regular parking permit because they do not normally drive to campus but find, on occasion, that the use of a vehicle is a necessity. The permit can be purchased online or at the Parking Services office prior to parking on campus, and will be valid for the same parking privileges as a regular parking permit for which the person could register. Daily parking permits are non-refundable.

Students are not permitted to purchase parking for another student including adding their vehicle onto an active permit.

Monthly parking permits for a parking garage may be purchased if space is available. This permit allows 24/7 parking in the garage but does not have any other parking options on campus. An access card may be issued; if necessary; in lieu of a UD ID card to access the lot. Monthly permits may not be renewed based on space availability in the garage.

Living off Campus

Graduate commuters may purchase a gate, Pearson, central, gray, red, or a night/weekend permit. Purchasing your permit for the full year is more cost effective than purchasing for shorter time frames. The Gray lots are separated into Gray-North and Gray- East sub-categories. This allows better control of the number of permit sales for each area. Gray permits are valid in all gray lots including the other sub-category (north or east). Graduate gate permits are issued for the academic or annual year only, are valid in red lots, and in non-restricted lots after 5 p.m. on weekdays and on weekends. Students use their University ID card to access the garage; options include 24/7 access to the Trabant, Perkins or Center for the Arts Garage. A monthly garage permit is also available, though it has no other parking privileges associated with it.

Evening and Weekends

  • A red permit holder may park in unrestricted lots after 5 p.m. and on weekends.
  • Night/Weekend permits are valid in non-restricted lots after 5 PM, all day on weekends, and university holidays. It has no parking privileges on campus during restricted hours.
  • Current permit holders can request access via their UD ID card from 5:45 PM – 2 AM Monday through Friday, all day on weekends and holidays to the following gate lots 37C Amstel gate, 34C Library Gate and 53C Haines Street Gate.

Living on Campus

  • Graduate students living on campus can only purchase a resident student permit. Teaching assistants and research assistants are eligible for central, gray, or red lot privileges in addition to a resident lot.
  • To ensure the closest available resident lot, it is best to register for a resident permit early. If you are a Teaching Assistant or Research Assistant, central, gray, or red lot privileges will also be assigned.

Stipend

  • Graduate students with a stipend may choose payroll deduction as a payment option at the beginning of the fall semester.  If registering in advance, your stipend for the upcoming year must be in SIS by August 1.  If it is not, the permit price will be charged to your student account.

Faculty or staff members who wish to park on campus are required to have a valid permit at all times or use pay-to-park facilities. Daily permits are available to all Faculty and Staff who do not wish to register for a regular parking permit because they do not normally drive to campus but find, on occasion, that the use of a vehicle is a necessity. The permit may be purchased online or at the Parking Services office prior to parking on campus. Daily permits are non-refundable.

Faculty and staff employed on the Newark Campus may register for Red, Gray, Central, Pearson, Gated Lot, Carpool, or Night/Weekend permits. Payroll deduction is available for benefited employees purchasing annual permits only. Academic permit pay methods include cash, check and credit card.

A son, daughter, or spouse of an employee associated with the University can only park a vehicle in a lot for which they themselves are eligible to register (e.g., freshman commuter student must park in a Red Lot between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday – Friday even if the vehicle has a gray registration permit). Faculty and staff, when registering for a permit, must understand they are responsible for all violations issued to the permit(s) and/or vehicles assigned/registered to them. They agree to report to the Parking Office any changes that affect their parking eligibility. In addition, the employee authorizes the University to transfer all parking fines and late fees not paid after 30 days from the date of the decision of appeal or 30 days from the date of the violation, whichever is later, to Human Resources for payroll deduction or a collection agency.

Current permit holders can request access via their UD ID card from 5:45 PM – 2 AM Monday through Friday, all day on weekends and holidays to the following gate lots 37C Amstel gate, 34C Library Gate and 53C Haines Street Gate.

Red Permits

Faculty and staff who receive University of Delaware benefits may register for Red Lot permits for a fee. These permits are restricted to Lot 88 (west of the Bob Carpenter Center) and Lot 7(on Laird Campus) between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except during break periods when classes are not in session. During these periods red permits will be accepted in gray lots. If a red permit holder needs to park in a central or gray lot during the restricted hours, scratch off day passes can be purchased in advance.

Central and Gray Permits

Faculty and staff may register for Central and Gray Lot permits for a fee. Central, and Gray lots represent the largest number of parking lots on campus and these permits provide parking for each category and the categories below it; i.e. Central permit is valid in Gray and Red, Gray permit is valid in Red, The Gray lots are separated into Gray-North and Gray- East sub-categories. This allows better control of the number of permit sales for each area. Gray permits are valid in all gray lots including the other sub-category (north or east).

Pearson Lot, Central Gate and Gate Lots

Faculty and staff may register for the Pearson Lot, Central Gate or Gate Lot permits for a fee. Parking space in Pearson Lot, Central Gate or Gate lots is limited and permits are sold on a “space available” basis. Central Gate or Gate Lot parking is available in Lot 21 located behind the Academy Building, Lot 37C located next to 25 Amstel Avenue, Lot 20C located at Carpenter Sports building, Lot 53C behind Pearson Hall, Lot 14C CFA parking garage on Amstel Avenue, Lot 34C located south of Morris Library, Lot 35C adjacent to Hullihen Hall, Lot 4C Perkins parking garage, and Lot 17C the parking garage adjacent to the Trabant University Center. Pearson Lot, Gate and Central Gate permit holders may not use regular color-coded spaces in the lot within or adjacent to those to which they are assigned or Central parking lots except as directed by Parking Services.

Monthly parking permits for a parking garage may be purchased if space is available. This permit allows 24/7 parking in the garage but does not have any other parking options on campus. An access card will be issued; if necessary; in lieu of a UD ID card to access the lot. Monthly permits may not be renewed based on space availability in the garage.

Carpools

Faculty and staff may register for a Staff Carpool permit for a fee. Carpool permits are issued annually and confer either Red, Gray, Central, Pearson, or Gate-Controlled lot privileges. Carpools with two members share the normal fee for the option chosen. Staff Carpools with three or more members receive a 10% discount on the price of the option chosen. Additionally, each member of a Staff Carpool will receive forty free daily permits for use when more than one car must be on campus on a given day (the number passes will be prorated based on the month the permit is purchased).

Night/Weekend Permits

Night/Weekend permits are valid in non-restricted lots after 5 PM, all day on weekends, and university holidays. It has no parking privileges on campus during restricted hours.

Lot 21NW permits only allow access to the Academy Gate Lot from 5 PM – 3 AM on weekdays and all day on weekends.

Reserved Permits

Under rare and special circumstances, faculty and staff may apply for a Reserved Parking permit for a fee. A limited number of Reserved parking spaces are available on the Newark campus, and their locations will be determined by the Parking Services. Reserved permits may be for 24 hours a day, seven days a week, or from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday depending upon the fee paid. Persons registered for the reserved space shall be responsible for notifying the Parking Services if an unauthorized vehicle is parked in their space. Use of a reserved space by other than the registered owner is limited to persons who are granted permission by the owner and who are registered for a University permit for the lot in which the space is located, or who are valid visitors. Reserved space permit holders may not use regular color-coded spaces in the lot within which or are adjacent to those to which they are assigned except as directed by Parking Services.

Residence Life and Housing full-time staff who are required to reside on campus have the option of choosing to register for a Gate, a Pearson, a Central, Gray, or Red permit. Staff may request a personal reserved space near their residence. Reserved spaces may not be available at all locations. Live-in staff members may request a service vehicle pass from their department allowing for 30 minute drop off-periods near their halls. When requested, service spaces may be utilized on a 24-hour basis during times when the University is closed.

Spouses or Significant others of Residence Life and Housing full-time staff who are required to reside on campus will be eligible for parking at rates established for commuting students.

Handicapped parking spaces have been designated in all major lots. They are located as conveniently as possible to accessible building entrances and are identified by appropriate signs. Parking in the access way to a handicapped space is prohibited and is subject to a fine. Lots which contain handicap parking spaces are denoted on the parking map.

Use of handicapped spaces is restricted to vehicles occupied by persons who are handicapped and which bear an authorized Handicapped Permit (from the State of Delaware or another state) or bear a handicapped license plate. A valid University of Delaware permit for the lot in which the handicapped space is located is also required at all times. Commuting students with authorized disabilities are eligible to register for a Central or Gray permit regardless of their completed credit hours or off-campus address. On-campus resident students with a valid resident student permit and an authorized Handicapped Permit (from the State of Delaware or another state) or bear a handicapped license plate can park in handicap spaces on campus. Verification of handicap parking privileges is required (copy of plaque or plate registration). Please contact Parking Services for further information on how to apply. Users of handicapped spaces located in the campus pay-to-park lots must pay the appropriate hourly or daily fees.

Persons with handicap parking privileges are eligible to park in handicap spaces, service vehicle spaces, and unpaid meters provided they have a valid University permit for the lot in which they are parking. Visitors with valid visitor passes and handicap parking privileges are eligible to park in handicap spaces, service vehicle spaces, and unpaid meters. Vehicles that display valid handicap privileges are exempt from meter activation.

A valid permit/pass for your vehicle is required at all times when parking in other than pay-to-park facilities. Representatives of service companies that have a contract to deliver goods or services on campus may apply for a parking permit. There will be a fee associated with the parking permit.

Contractors can purchase a limited number of contractor passes for the duration of the project or contract term. A contractor pass allows parking for up to 30 minutes in a service vehicle space and long term parking in central, gray, or red lots. A Night/Weekend permit is available and is valid in non-restricted lots after 5 PM, all day on weekends, and university holidays. It has no parking privileges on campus during restricted hours.

Vendors with highly recognizable vehicle logos performing routine deliveries/pick-ups at University buildings and requiring less than fifteen minutes are exempt from any permit requirement and must park in the service vehicle spaces.

Government vehicles displaying state or federal license plates are exempt from the permit requirement.

The University operates four (4) pay-to-park facilities that you are welcome to utilize. Pay-to-park sites are located at: South College Avenue next to the Visitor Center; the parking garage on West Main Street next to the Trabant University Center, Amstel Avenue west of the Center for the Arts, and Academy Street south of the Perkins Student Center.

As a non-university employee, you are eligible to purchase a Visitor Pass which is only valid in designated remote parking lots – Lots #1, 2, 88, 3, 7, 51, and 54.

Daily or monthly parking permits for the main campus may be purchased at the Parking Services Office, 325 Academy Street 147 Perkins Student Center. The office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please be prepared to provide a written form of documentation regarding your campus work assignment.

Monthly parking permits for a parking garage may be purchased if space is available. This permit allows 24/7 parking in the garage but does not have any other parking options on campus and no hangtag permit is issued. An access card will be issued in lieu of a UD ID card to access the lot. Monthly permits may not be renewed based on space availability in the garage.

When applying for a permit/pass please bring a photo ID such as a driver’s license. Call (302) 831-1184 if you have any questions regarding campus parking.

Visitors are always welcome at the University of Delaware. There are a number of parking lots available to visitors on the Newark campus during the business day. These include the Visitors Center lot (lot 41), the Trabant Parking Garage (lot 17C), the Center for the Arts Garage (lot 14C), and the Perkins Garage (lot 4C). (see map above) A posted parking fee is designated for each lot. Visitors may also pay to park in metered parking spaces.

A visitor parking permit is required to park a vehicle in any lot other than the designated visitor pay to park lots. A visitor permit may be purchased online or at Parking Services or from the department/office visited. Guests of students are asked to go online or come to the Parking Services office to register for their visitor permit. These permits are valid in lots 1, 2, 3, 7, 51, 54 and 88 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. (see map below) At all other times this permit is valid in all non-restricted parking lots and spaces. Guests who will be on campus for several days are asked to store their vehicles in the perimeter lots. Visitors are prohibited from parking in 24-hour reserved and service vehicle spaces at all times.

Pay-by-plate kiosks are available for hourly or daily parking at lot 2A 501 South College Avenue or Lot 7 Clayton Hall Conference lot. Visitors to Laird Campus, may use the self-service kiosk near the bus shelter in lot 6 to obtain parking for up to 7 days for lot 6.

Visitors who receive a notice of violation for “Lacks Valid Permit” may have the fine excused by coming to Parking Services with a photo ID and a copy of the vehicle registration and establishing their visitor status; copies will be accepted via U.S. mail, campus mail, or faxed to 302-831-0594. (Please do not email copies of your documentation. Email is not considered a secure method of sending personal information.) The department will excuse no more than one such violation notice per person.

Persons with handicap parking privileges and visitor passes are eligible to park in handicap spaces, service vehicle spaces, and unpaid meters. Vehicles that display valid handicap privileges are exempt from meter activation.

Public off-street parking is available at the City of Newark Parking Division. For further information, call the City at 366-7000.

University Retirees who wish to park on campus are required to have a valid permit at all times or use pay-to-park facilities.

Faculty emeriti and qualified retired University employees will be issued, upon request, central lot privileges. There is no charge for this permit. Retiree permits are only valid when utilized by the retiree or their spouse; other family members are not eligible to use this permit. Spouses of deceased retirees are eligible to register for a retiree permit.

Current permit holders can request access via their UD ID card from 5:45 PM – 2 AM Monday through Friday, all day on weekends and holidays to the following gate lots 37C Amstel gate, 34C Library Gate and 53C Haines Street Gate.

Up to 15 minutes – No Charge (Use 15-minute space in Perkins garage, Center for the Arts Garage and the Visitors Center Lot)
Up to 1 hour $2.00
Up to 2 hours $4.00
Up to 2 1/2 hours $6.00
Up to 3 1/2 hours $8.00
Over 3 1/2 to 24 hours $10.00

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday daily max. of $5

Lost tickets = $10.00 per day

Roselle Center for the Arts Garage | Amstel Avenue | Open 24 hours/7 days a week
Attendant on duty:

Fall and Spring Semester
By request for events only

Winter and Summer Sessions
By request for events only
Self-service Pay-by-Plate kiosks are located in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floor elevator lobbies, next to the 1st floor exit lane onto Amstel Avenue, and on the 1st by the north-west stairwell by South Main Street. Pay upon arrival and prior to leaving the garage. Failure to pay the kiosk will result in a citation being issued.

Perkins Student Center Parking Garage | Academy Street | Open 24 hours/7 days a week
Self-service Pay-by-Plate kiosks are located in 1st and 2nd floor elevator lobbies and at the 1st and 2nd floor stairwells. Pay upon arrival and prior to leaving the garage. Failure to pay the kiosk will result in a citation being issued.

Trabant University Center Garage | Main Street | Open 24 hours/7 days a week
Attendant on duty

Fall and Spring Semester
Mon. – Fri. 12:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Sat. – Sun. by request for events only

Winter and Summer Sessions
Mon. – Fri. 12:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Sat. & Sun. – by request for events only

Parking patrons should use the self-service pay station if the attendant is not on duty.

Visitor’s Center Lot | S. College Avenue | Open 24 hours/7 days a week
Attendant on duty

Fall and Spring Semester
Mon. – Fri. 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Winter and Summer Sessions
Mon. – Fri. 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Self-service Pay-by-Plate kiosks are located by the campus map at the lot entrance and next to the Visitors Center at the south end of the lot. Pay upon arrival and prior to leaving the lot. Failure to pay the kiosk will result in a citation being issued.
Departments can purchase prepaid validation codes/coupons via journal voucher or by contacting Parking Services.

Metered Spaces
Metered spaces are designed to provide convenient short-term parking and may be used for the time period activated on the meter. Individuals with University registered vehicles must pay to park in these spaces.

Metered parking requires activation at all times. Should a meter malfunction, the problem should be reported immediately to Parking Services. If there isn’t a meter or a meter is out of service, the parking space will be considered controlled by the color-coded sign in the lot where the space is located.

Vehicles parked in metered spaces can be cited for violations at one hour intervals once the time has expired.

Vehicles that display an authorized Handicapped Permit (from the State of Delaware or other state), or bear a handicapped license plate are exempt from meter activation. The vehicle, however, must be registered for a valid University parking permit for the lot in which the meter is located, a valid resident student permit, or a valid visitor pass.

Pay-by-Plate Kiosks
Pay-by-plate kiosks are located at Lot 6 Laird Resident Lot, Lot 7 Clayton Hall Conference Lot, and lot 2A 501 South College Avenue. Current hourly and daily rates are posted on the kiosk screen.

Hourly Parking via PassPort App
The PassPort app can be used to park by the hour in the following lots:

Lot 2A 501 South College Avenue
Lot 4C Perkins Parking Garage
Lot 3 General Services Lot
Lot 6 Laird Resident Lot
Lot 7 Clayton Hall Lot
Lot 54 192 South Chapel Street
Lot 44 Clayton Hall Loading dock (handicap parking only)
Lot 86 West Main Street Lot (Psychological Services/ELI)
Lot 14C Center for the Arts Garage
Lot 41 Visitors Center Lot

Zone numbers and rates are posted at each lot.

Motorcycle Definition

For the purposes of these regulations, the term “motorcycle” includes mopeds, motor scooters, and all other two- and three-wheeled motorized vehicles.

Registration

Motorcycles permits may be purchased alone or in conjunction with a vehicle permit and are valid in any motorcycle space on campus.

Motorcycles may be registered as a vehicle on the primary permit and park in a lot that the permit is valid for without additional charge. For safety reasons motorcycles are not permitted in gate lots. Gate/garage permit holders should park in central, gray, or red lot with their motorcycle.

If you wish to park a motorcycle in a lot your current permit is not valid; i.e. a red permit holder wants to park a motorcycle in a central lot; you may obtain a separate motorcycle permit. Motorcycle permits are only valid in motorcycle spaces.

Authorized Space

Permit holders who have a current permit may park their motorcycle as an alternate vehicle in any motorcycle or vehicle space in the lot that their permit is valid without additional charge. Motorcycles being used as an alternate vehicle must be registered to the primary permit. For safety reasons motorcycles are not permitted in gate lots. Gate/garage permit holders should park in central, gray or red lots with their motorcycle.