Parking and TransportationClass Pass
Cal students now enjoy unlimited rides all semester on the campus shuttles and AC Transit, the East Bays bus system. You can even ride AC Transits Transbay buses to San Francisco! Just present your Cal Photo ID with valid Class Pass sticker. Registered students may find information about when and where to pick up Class Pass stickers.
Parking and Transportation
Parking is very limited at the University. Only a small number of parking spaces will be allocated to residents on the basis of demonstrated compelling need. Permits will be issued at the Universitys sole discretion, based upon consideration of medical needs, job requirements, academic needs or other extenuating circumstances. Residence Hall permit forms can be found at http://pt.berkeley.edu/pay/permit/student and pricing can be found at http://pt.berkeley.edu/pay/permit/permitlist. For more information about parking and details on disabled persons parking, please contact:
Parking & Transportation
2150 Kittredge Street, #5740
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-5740
at a University Storage Lot
Students living in the residence halls who do not qualify for a parking space may apply to Parking & Transportation for a Storage Lot parking space. These spaces are limited and are assigned on a first-come / first-served basis. Storage Lot parking costs (and other parking options) can be found at http://pt.berkeley.edu/pay/permit/permitlist. Applications for Residence Hall and Storage Lot parking can be found at http://pt.berkeley.edu/pay/permit/student.
City of Berkeley
Residential Permit Parking
The City of Berkeley restricts street parking to a time limit of two hours. Only Residential Permit holders may leave their cars on the street for longer periods. Students living in the residence halls are not eligible to receive these permits from the City. More information about these permits can be found at http://www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/ContentDisplay.aspx?id=6272.
Public Safety & Transportation
Visitor Service: Parking on Campus