*Published on Tuesday, March 10, 2020. Updated Tuesday, October 27, 2020*
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made modifications to our operations. Visit our COVID-19 resource pages to learn about our precautions and find answers to your questions. These pages will be updated as circumstances evolve:
For other UMD updates related to the coronavirus, visit umd.edu/virusinfo.
Our lobby is closed, but we're still here for you.
Customer service is now contact-free. Inquiries and cashier transactions will take place online and over the phone. Coming soon, physical permits and printed forms can be exchanged via our new smart lockers and DOTS dropbox. We remain available Monday to Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. to assist by phone at 301-314-3687 (DOTS) and email at email@example.com.
Will you offer Student Break Transportation this fall?
In light of the pandemic, we will not offer Student Break Transportation to New York and New Jersey or free buses to local airports. We created this guide to help Terps use other transit providers to get home for the holidays. (Added Oct. 27)
What precautions is Shuttle-UM taking to protect those on board?
We have implemented many measures to protect Shuttle-UM passengers and drivers, including face covering requirements, rear door boarding, physical distancing accommodations, enhanced bus cleaning and barriers between passengers and the driver. View our Shuttle-UM COVID-19 updates for full details.
Have there been any modifications to Shuttle-UM schedules routes?
Yes. Our routes will operate on modified schedules to limit the number of drivers using a single vehicle and to allow for increased cleaning. View Fall 2020 schedules (added Aug. 3).
I am an employee and would like to cancel my parking payroll deduction during the Fall 2020 semester. How do I cancel?
Employees may cancel their parking payroll deduction by completing this Google form.
I am only commuting to campus occasionally this fall. Are there permit options for those who don’t need to park every day?
We created a daily permit option, which is meant to accommodate those who will park on campus one, two or three days per week. We encourage you to visit our list of permit recommendations, which shows which type of permit could work best for your circumstances this fall.
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April 13: Student parking fee refund information