Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the campus parking regulations and zone parking map on our webpage at www.unr.unr/parking.
- All parking areas require proper permits to be displayed Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., and on Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout the year, unless otherwise specified.
- Areas designated as “enforced 24 hours per day, 7 days a week” require an authorized permit be displayed at all times. These areas include the Yellow and Orange signed zones, and those areas specifically signed "enforced 24/7."
- Overnight parking is prohibited without the authorized campus resident permit or prior authorization from Parking & Transportation Services.
- Individuals who have a state-issued DMV disabled placard or license plate are required to purchase a University parking permit to utilize disabled parking. Additional information can be found at www.unr.edu/parking/disability-access.
- Full-time employees are eligible to enroll in payroll deduction to purchase a permit. Due to the high demand for parking, there may extensive wait lists in some zones. Employees may add their name to up to three wait lists at a time. Please call our office at (775) 784-4654 or visit our office for further information.
Parking & Transportation Services Office Location Parking Maps
Free PACKTransit shuttle
PACKTransit operates in one continuous loop around the campus. This service line, called PACKLine, serves 11 stops from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. No ID is needed to ride.
PACKTransit's PACKLine Stops
- North Green Lot
- Enterprise Lot
- East Campus Apartments
- The YOUnion
- The Highlands
- Cain Hall
- Fleischmann Agriculture
- Valley Road
- Dorms North
- Church Fine Arts
- Lombardi Recreation
- School of Medicine
Get the PACKTransit app to see locations of shuttles in real-time.
Free RTC RIDE bus passes
With U-Pass, enjoy free unlimited rides on RTC RIDE buses throughout Reno/Sparks
University students, faculty and staff have a new, free transportation option. With the U-Pass program, you are now able to use your WolfCard to ride any of the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) fixed-route buses for free. When you consider the costs of insurance, parking, gas, and vehicle maintenance, taking the bus can really save you some money. Additionally, the RTC anticipates the program could lead to less traffic congestion on campus, better parking due to a reduced number of cars around campus, reduced carbon emissions, and better public transportation awareness and ridership.
How do I plan my route?
To plan your route, bookmark the RTC Smart Trips website. RTC Smart Trips is a mobile-friendly website that features an online map with route finder. Search for the business or address you'd like to visit, click the origin button to enter your current location, and enter the time you'd like to arrive at your destination. You will then be shown a number of route options. Just remember to bring your WolfCard to ride free!
RTC Smart Trips
When will the next RTC bus arrive?
If you need to know when the next bus is coming to a particular stop, you can track your route in live time using the NextBus app.
Alternative transportation options
You've got choices when it comes to your campus commute! Alternatives to driving alone include busing (free for all WolfCard holders), biking, walking, utilizing the Zipcar Rental service, and carpooling. With any of these options, you are eligible for 5 FREE daily permits (valid in Silver 17, Green 1 or Blue 1 zones) for those days alternate transportation is just not possible. All you need to do is register with Parking Services as an alternate transportation user.
Alternative Transportation Options