Reinstating your parking

If you canceled your parking permit due to your COVID-19 working situation (or for any other reason) and would now like to reinstate your permit, contact the WUSM Transportation and Parking Office at medparking@wustl.edu.

If you did not cancel your parking permit, then no action is required. Your permit is still active!

Open-lot parking

Our open parking lots are over-subscribed by non-permit holders, and as a result, free open lot parking expired on May 1, 2020. Open lot parking is restricted to permit holders as of May 4, 2020. Non-permit holders will receive tickets if parked on a lot without a hang tag beginning May 4, 2020.

Discounted parking in Clayton Taylor Garage

Please visit the Operations and Facilities Management Department website for details on the following:

Second/third-shift and weekend parking

Please visit the Operations and Facilities Management Department website for details.

Contractor and visitor parking

Contractors and visitors may park in the Clayton Taylor Garage for $15 per day.

Duncan Central Garage availability

We have acquired additional parking spaces in the Duncan Central Garage and, as of May 1, 2020, will be opening the garage to permit holders on the wait-list. If you are interested in relocating your parking to this location, please contact the WUSM Transportation and Parking Office at medparking@wustl.edu.

Physical distancing on shuttles

Also, to help adhere to physical distancing guidelines, we have directed campus shuttle buses to carry a maximum of 10 people. Managers are asked to take this into consideration so that employees are not penalized for being late because of this transportation limitation.