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Commuting needs change over time. MoveVU’s updated parking calculator, with the added feature of specifying a number of weeks on campus, can help determine which parking option may be best for you.
Considering how many weeks per year you are on campus (and excluding time off for vacations, winter break, etc.) may alter your calculations. For example, if you are on campus for classes 25 weeks per year and park in the Terrace Place daily parking garage five days per week, you would pay $437.50 per year in the daily parking program versus $540 per year with an annual parking permit.
Use the updated parking calculator >>
Those already enrolled in the daily parking program or who wish to keep your annual permit do not need to reapply for the new semester. If you are interested in switching to daily parking for garage access starting Jan. 1, 2023, applications must be submitted by 8 a.m. on Dec. 20. Make sure to email firstname.lastname@example.org by Dec. 31 to cancel your annual parking permit.
Apply for the daily parking program >>
If you choose to switch to daily parking after January, applications are continually accepted on a rolling basis. Apply by the 25th of each month to be enrolled by the first day of the following month.
Those who participate in the daily parking program are eligible to earn a $0.50 sustainable commute incentive each weekday they commute via walking, biking, WeGo bus or train (free with your physical Commodore Card), carpool or vanpool. Vehicle ownership is not required to participate in the daily parking program.
For more information about parking and commute options, visit the MoveVU website or contact the MoveVU Commute Concierge at MoveVU@vanderbilt.edu.
MoveVU is Vanderbilt’s strategic transportation and mobility plan that falls under the FutureVU comprehensive campus planning efforts and is a highly collaborative partnership between Vanderbilt’s School of Engineering and the Division of Administration. The vision of MoveVU calls for a transformation in how the Vanderbilt community commutes to campus, with less reliance on single-occupancy vehicles and parking lots and a greater focus on sustainable commute modes, green spaces and a forward-thinking use of limited downtown space. Visit the MoveVU website to learn more about the university’s strategic transportation and mobility plan as well as commute concierge services that are available to assist the Vanderbilt University community with daily travel decisions and help reduce personal carbon footprint.