Downtown Phoenix campus

Frequent commuters to the Downtown Phoenix campus may choose among three permit options; motorcycle, single-occupancy and sustainable.  Daily and hourly options are available across campus. 

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Motorcycle permit

Motorcycle permits allow for parking in designated motorcycle stalls in non-visitor lots on all four campuses. Any moped, motorcycle or scooter that has a  VIN number and is required to be licensed with the Department of Motor Vehicles must display a valid ASU motorcycle parking permit or pay the posted rate when parked on ASU property. 

Visitors traveling by motorcycle may park in any available metered space or vehicle stall in visitor surface lots and pay the posted rate. See hourly and daily parking options. 

Two types of permits are available:

Surface lot-only motorcycle permit

Surface and structure motorcycle permit

Permit valid in all MC surface lots as well as in MC spaces within this structure:

If you purchase either type of motorcycle permit but occasionally need to bring a vehicle to campus, you can display your motorcycle permit in your vehicle on a conversion tag and park in Fourth Avenue Perimeter Lot. Conversion tags are available free of charge at any campus PTS customer service office. 

Single-occupancy vehicle permit

日本一本道a不卡免费Sun Devils can choose to purchase an annual or fall semester-only permit.  These permits are most cost-effective for students, faculty and staff who plan to be on campus three or more days each week. Display your hangtag permit facing outward for your vehicle's rearview mirror. Vehicles with permits that are not visible may be cited. 

Parking permits for structures use a loop system. The permit allows for one entry and exit at a time. Sharing a permit to avoid hourly parking rates may result in a citation, facility fees or loss of parking privileges. 

Permit options:

日本一本道a不卡免费*All permits, expect Polytechnic and West campus Evening permits, are valid in this location at all times. 

Eco-Pass offers eligible ASU students, faculty and staff with a U-Pass, Platinum Pass or registered bicycle 30 all-day in and out parking privileges at a designated parking lot or structure. Purchase in-person at a campus PTS customer service office. Quantities limited. 

Evening permits are valid only after 4 p.m. Valid in the Fourth Avenue Perimeter Lot anytime. 

日本一本道a不卡免费Purchase your permit through the  webpage or in-person at a PTS office. 

Sustainable permits


The Eco-Pass allows for 30 all-day in and out parking privileges for an entire permit year in a designated parking lot or structure. To purchase the Eco-Pass, a Sun Devil must be one of the following:

  • A Platinum Pass or U-Pass holder.
  • A registered bicyclist. 
  • Part of a carpool group with an HOV permit. 

The Eco-Pass offers Sun Devils who usually take an alternative form of transportation to campus the flexibility of being able to park on campus or infrequent occasions at significant savings. 

日本一本道a不卡免费Eco-Passes can be purchased for the following parking facility:

Eco-Passes must be purchased in-person at a Parking and Transit Services customer service office and paid in full. Eco-Passes cannot be billed to a student account or paid for via payroll deduction. 

HOV permits 

Share the ride to campus. Permit holders who carpool to campus may exchange their annual parking permit for an HOV permit in the same location. A customer must purchase a permit for an HOV-eligible facility before applying for an HOV permit. Perks of a carpool permit include:

  • Divide the cost of a regular permit — division of cost is handled by members of the carpool group. 
  • Each individual within the HOV group, other than the primary permit holder, is given three, all-day validation tickets to use in the visitor parking structures on days when carpooling is not feasible. 
    • Additional validation tickets may be purchased by HOV group participants in-person at any campus PTS customer service office. 
  • Individuals who are part of HOV groups are eligible to purchase an Eco-Pass. 
  • Park in specially marked spaces that are typically located on the group level of a parking structure or located close to the parking facility's entrance. 

HOV permits are available for:

日本一本道a不卡免费For more information on the ASU Trip Reduction Plan, call Parking and Transit Services at 480-965-6124. Visit Maricopa County's for additional information. 

View the news日本一本道a不卡免费 section and for updates about parking availability and events that may affect your route to campus. 


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