Parking & Transit Services
Currently closed for in-person access. Call 402-472-1800 for assistance.
The UNL Parking & Transit Services develops and manages all forms of campus parking and bus transit services in a safe and reliable manner. Learn how to park on campus, use StarTran buses to travel between campuses or even plan your parking for game day/departmental events. We have information on other services such as short-term driving options as well.View our Newsletters for parking-related updates
Parking Map Resources
Use these available map resources to determine where you may park. An interactive street map is also available for your mobile devices.
Faculty/Staff Permit Buying Guide
Use this buying guide to determine your faculty and staff permit type, cost, and documents to prepare.
Student Permit Buying Guide
Use this buying guide to determine your student permit type, cost, and documents to prepare.
Bus Rider's User Guide
Convenient intercampus bus service is available to both faculty/staff and students. Learn how to obtain a UNL/StarTran bus pass and ride a bus today.
Visitor parking at select building locations, convenient metered and garage parking options are available. Reciprocal parking for other University of Nebraska campuses and departmental guest permits are also available.
Athletic Events Parking
Information, maps, and parking options are available as you attend UNL athletic events. UNL permit holders should note the changes to your parking routine during these athletic events.
Online Parking Services
The Online Parking Services allows you to conveniently:
- Order & manage your parking permits
- Register/manage your vehicle information
- Purchase faculty/staff bus pass
- Pay/appeal a parking citation
- Add/edit permit waitlist
Passport Parking Payment Mobile App
UNL offers Passport Parking, a pay-by-cell service at UNL-controlled metered parking spaces. With Passport, users securely pay for meter parking with a smart phone app. Users receive reminders and can add time to their meter from anywhere. The city of Lincoln and Omaha have also partnered with Passport to allow you to conveniently pay for city-owned metered parking spots using the same app.
UNL offers a Carpool Program that allows at least 2 full time UNL employees to share a vehicle for the price of a regular non-reserve parking permit. This program is part of UNL's effort to be more environmentally friendly by reducing auto emissions. Carpool members also benefits from time and financial-savings. For more information on how to participate, go here.