• Employees

        To meet parking and transportation needs of the university’s 13,000 employees, the Office of Parking and Transportation provides a variety of parking permits, alternative transportation and transit options, and resources.

      • Reserved Accessible Spaces

        Accessible parking spaces on campus are exclusively for those persons displaying state-authorized Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) disabled placards or plates. These permits are available to any individual who has a disability lasting six weeks or longer in duration. Only a state DMV disabled placard or plate allows parking in accessible spaces and free parking at metered spaces.

      • Special Event Parking

        All special events on–campus that anticipate 50 or more visitors need to call 540–231–7633 to coordinate the parking requirements. This will assist in identifying the most appropriate parking location for event visitors and coordinate event parking permits. Working directly with Special Event Parking will reduce the rate of conflicts with other parking customers on-campus.

      • Students

        To meet parking and transportation needs of the university’s 31,000 students, the Office of Parking and Transportation provides a variety of parking permits, alternative transportation and transit options, and resources.

      • Vendor, Business, and Contractor Parking

        The Office of Parking and Transportation requires the purchase and display of a parking permit for all Vendor, Business, Contractor (VBC) vehicles, both privately and company owned, that park on- campus.

      • Visitors

        Visitors may park in any Faculty, Staff, Visitor, or Student (R/C/G) parking space with a valid visitor parking permit and if the space is not restricted by signs. Some restricted areas include handicap spaces, carpool spaces, loading zones, service vehicle zones, timed areas, sidewalks, grass, admission areas, teaching assistant spaces, and the Owens and Dietrick Dining Hall Lots. Parking in the North End Center Garage requires payment of the daily fee.

Contact

Parking and Transportation
605 Research Center Drive
Blacksburg, VA 24061 (0540)

Phone
540–231–3200
540–231–3027 (fax)

Email
parking@vt.edu

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Need a Form?

All forms for the Office of Parking and Transportation are available online.

Updating Vehicle Information

Students and employees who have a new license plate number or a new car must change their vehicle information with the Office of Parking and Transportation as soon as possible.