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New This Fall in Parking and Transportation

Students, faculty and staff can now have multiple active vehicles on their valid UH parking permit . Posted Aug. 21, 2023.

What Being on a Waitlist Actually Means

Coogs who are on a parking list for a specific permit are not guaranteed to be offered one. Posted Aug. 14, 2023.

The Do's and Don'ts About Parking on Campus in the Summer

Make sure to familiarize yourself with the rules about relaxed parking, which remain in effect at UH until the start of the fall semester. Posted July 14, 2023.

Verifying the Active Vehicle on a Parking Permit

With virtual parking permits, it is important to make sure the vehicle being parked on campus is active on a valid UH parking permit. Posted Jan. 3, 2023.

Explaining Properly Displayed License Plates and Active Vehicles

A vehicle's license plate must be facing the drive lane, and the vehicle has to be the active vehicle on the parking permit. Posted Nov. 11, 2022.

Commencement to Impact Campus Parking

Find out what parking areas and campus streets will be affected over the next several days by the numerous ceremonies taking place. Posted May 10, 2022.

Allen DeForde Wins TPTA Parking Employee Award

The Texas Parking and Transportation Association made the announcement of its 2022 Parking Employee Award of Excellence winner at its annual conference in April. Posted May 5, 2022.

Reinvesting to Maintain Parking Facilities

Parking and Transportation Services constantly and consistently reinvests what it is financially able to into maintenance and upkeep projects all across campus. Posted March 30, 2022.

COAST Program Marks Sixth Year of Serving UH Community

The popular program offers incentives for students, faculty and staff to take alternative transportation options to commute to campus. Posted March 18, 2022.

Taking a Look at Where Your Parking Dollars Go

See what has changed and what has stayed relatively the same since the Word on the Street blog last looked at the breakdown of expenses six years ago. Posted Feb. 28, 2022.

A New and Exciting Way to Pay for Visitor Parking

Metered parking has been replaced with virtual meters, which operate through a text to pay system that can be completed using a smart phone and credit card. Posted Feb. 7, 2022.

Parking Garage Wins Award from State Association

The University Gateway Garage was selected as the winner of the best new parking structure award by the Texas Parking and Transportation Association. Posted Sept. 3, 2021.

Get Parking Questions Answered at Upcoming Town Hall

Parking and Transportation Services is holding the virtual event on Wednesday, Aug. 4, from 1-2 p.m. to update students, faculty and staff on changes to services and programs this fall. Posted July 29, 2021.

Parking Information for the Fall at UH at Sugar Land

Parking and Transportation Services is planning a virtual town hall meeting on Wednesday, July 24, to help inform the UH at Sugar Land community about permits and the parking program. Posted June 24, 2021.

Changes Coming to Student Parking

The registration process for 2021-2022 student permits has been simplified, and there no longer is a separate rate for students who live on campus. Posted April 23, 2021.

Zones for All: The Background, Benefits and Myths

By transitioning faculty and staff to the zones concept, it will eliminate the need to “hunt and search” for a space on daily basis. They will have a parking space within their assigned zone each and every day. Posted April 19, 2021.

Changes Coming to Faculty-Staff Parking

Zones for All, lower prices for garage parking permits, and a discount on four of the gated lots on campus are among the changes faculty-staff will see this fall. Posted April 15, 2021.

Virtual Town Halls Will Explain Changes Coming to Parking

Submit questions now to be answered during the gatherings, which will be held April 21 at 11 a.m. for faculty-staff, and April 22 at 1 p.m. for students. Posted April 14, 2021.

Priority Renewal Period for Student Permits Now Underway

Current UH students who want to keep their same permit for the 2021-2022 year have until 11 p.m. Sunday, April 25, to renew it in their myParking account. Posted April 14, 2021.


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