drone image of campus with parking lot in foreground, then Iowa River, and then main campus and Pentacrest in background

Parking system improved with LPR technology

LPR increases parking efficiency, provides convenience for permit holders, and greatly reduces the amount of material waste.  

Sustainable Transportation

Make your commute more sustainable

University students, faculty, and staff between 2016 and 2020 saved more than 1.4 million gallons of fuel by choosing to not drive alone.

UI Hospitals & Clinics employees

Thank you, UI faculty and staff

Learn about the remarkable efforts of faculty and staff - including CAMBUS Operations Manager, Mia Brunelli.


News and features

Commuter Programs Announces New Washington Van Pool

University of Iowa's Parking and Transportation
Department announces a new Washington van pool. The new Washington van pool will begin service January 17, 2017. The "Washington 4 Mini-Van"...

UI Doubles Number of Bike Repair Stations

The University of Iowa now boasts seven bicycle repair stations on our campus, four of which are brand new.

Portion of Iowa River Trail to be detoured through fall 2017 for work on Dubuque Street

The City of Iowa city provided the following for immediate release on December 5, 2016:...

Winter Warrior Bike Challenge 2016

Biking to work or class during the winter months may seem like a tough proposition, but with a little planning it can be done.

CAMBUS service adjustments due to Gateway Project

During the 2016 fall semester University of Iowa Parking and Transportation has focused on monitoring CAMBUS routes traveling on Dubuque Street through the Gateway Project.

Parking Lot 11 construction impacts due to temporary boilers

To ensure the university is able to meet the steam demands of our campus this winter, temporary boilers will be installed beginning Wednesday, November 16 in the northeast corner of Parking Lot 11.

Bike shelter construction begins near Hospital Parking Ramp 1

Two new bike shelters will be constructed south of Hospital Parking Ramp 1 beginning Monday, October 31 in a joint project between UI Hospitals and Clinics and UI Parking and Transportation.

UI RideShare System Connects University of Iowa Commuters

Starting today students, faculty, and staff at the University of Iowa have a new, secure online system to connect commuters who want to consolidate trips using a carpool or van pool.

New Bicycle Repair Station at College of Medicine

A new bicycle repair station is available at the College of Medicine. Repair stations make it easier for bicyclists to stay on the road by providing tools to perform basic fixes.

Dubuque Street Traffic Changes Announced for Hawkeye 2016 Home Football Games

The City of Iowa City announced that Dubuque Street will temporarily convert to a one-way road after home Hawkeye Football games to accommodate heavy traffic leaving Iowa City.