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Parking and Transportation Services

Rutgers Parking and Transportation Services office provides information about parking facilities and transportation on or to campus. The office administers parking and the intercampus bus system, and provides public transit information. All vehicles parked within the jurisdictional areas of Rutgers University must be registered with Parking and Transportation Services and display a valid Rutgers permit at all times. Eligible resident student vehicles are assigned to their designated residence lot(s) only. Commuter student vehicles are assigned to a parking zone, according to college affiliation, on a particular campus.

Due to established college-specific parking rules at the university, certain categories of students are restricted from registering their vehicles to receive a parking permit. Eligibility requirements for each college follow.

Cook College

Residents are not allowed to have cars on campus until their junior year (54 accumulated degree credits or more).

Douglass College

Residents are not allowed to have cars on campus until their senior year (79 accumulated degree credits or more).

Rutgers College

Residents are not allowed to have a car on campus until their junior year (54 accumulated degree credits or more).

Livingston College

All residents are allowed to have cars.

University College

Students living on campus must follow the college restrictions of the residence hall in which they live.

The university's intercampus bus system provides service throughout the five New Brunswick/Piscataway campuses. It is available to all members of the university community. This bus service provides transportation within walking distance of all campus areas and the major public transportation centers in the city of New Brunswick. All buses are wheelchair accessible; however, van transport is available for students with permanent disabilities who are unable to use campus buses to get to and from class. Requests for this service should be made through the student's dean's office.

For more information, call 732/932-7744 or visit http://parktran.rutgers.edu.


 
For additional information, contact RU-info at 732/932-info (4636) or colonel.henry@rutgers.edu.
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