Transportation & Parking Services
Along with a new name, Transportation and Parking Services has launched new initiatives and made changes to current policies for the 2017-18 academic year, including how parking permits are allocated, and where and when you can park. Check out these FAQs to learn more.
On Friday, April 13th and Saturday, April 14th, Cal Poly will host Admitted Students Day, Poly Royal Rodeo, and many other events associated with Open House 2018. The university is expecting long traffic delays and very limited parking availability throughout campus for the multiple events. The Transportation and Parking Services department strongly recommends staff, faculty and students use alternate modes of transportation such as carpooling, vanpooling, transit, walking, or biking to campus to avoid delays.
In an effort to facilitate Open House activities and provide a safe campus environment, we have compiled information on available parking locations and road and parking lot closures. Detailed information for the weekend is available on Transportation & Parking Services - Announcements page and Open House.
The waitlist for Spring quarter permits will be available beginning March 26, 2018. Students who are awarded permits will be notifed via email.
Commuter students can begin purchasing Spring Quarter Orange Permits at 10 am on Monday, March 26, 2018 on a first come, first served basis. Permits will be available to purchase online and a waitlist will be available. To add your name to the waitlist, click the button "Add/Edit Waitlists" from the Parking Portal main page.
California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo is now recognized as a Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly University (BFUSM) by the League of American Bicyclists!
Cal Poly joins a cutting-edge group of 182 colleges and universities across the United States that are transforming the American landscape by providing more bicycle-friendly campuses for the benefit of students, staff, faculty, and community members.
SLO Transit will be expanding the scheduled routes that service the Cal Poly campus. The 3B and 4B routes will now offer extended evening services and the 3A and 3B routes will offer increased service frequency.
As the campus grows, so does the demand for parking and alternate transportation methods on campus. In an effort to better serve our community and taking into consideration the true function of the parking operations here at Cal Poly, Parking Services has been rebranded as Transportation and Parking Services.
Cal Poly’s Parking and Commuter Services department has launched a new website to better inform the campus community. The former parking website has been completely re-designed with the user in mind – providing quick, easy access to information on services, policies and events.....
In its efforts to bring the latest in parking technology to the Cal Poly community, Parking Services now offers pay-by-phone meter parking at all campus meter locations....