Specialty Permits

Specialty Permits

Service Provider (SP) Parking Permit

Service providers repair and maintain campus equipment and infrastructure. Service Provider (SP) permits may be purchased at the Transportation office.


Construction Contractor Parking Permits

Construction contractors can obtain short and long-term parking permits. Review the Contractor Staging Area Request Form for important information, costs, and instructions for contractors before bid submittal.

– Short-term, daily contractor permits can be purchased online.

$75 – Monthly

Long-term parking requests – contact 919-515-3424.

Printable Construction Parking Information

Accessible Parking Permits

Temporary or Long-Term Parking With a DMV Placard

If you need temporary accessible parking, complete the temporary. If you have a DMV-issued disability placard and need accessible parking on campus, please send a photo or copy of your DMV disability placard and a note about where you need parking access on campus to cblakel@ncsu.edu. Once this information is submitted, Transportation will register your placard into our system and work with you to determine the most appropriate option.

Temporary or Long Term Parking Without a DMV Placard

If you have a long-term placard from the DMV and need a long-term parking space, please be aware that NC State Transportation cannot allow customers to park in ADA spaces on campus for any length of time without a DMV placard.

Transportation will provide a maximum of two weeks of proximity parking to individuals with accessible parking needs and no DMV disability placard. To obtain two weeks of proximity parking, please complete the Temporary Accessible Parking Application below with your physician and return it to cblakel@ncsu.edu.

Examples of customers who would be eligible for the two weeks of proximity parking:

  • Students or employees awaiting the arrival of their DMV disability placard
  • Students or employees with short-term mobility needs that do not require the use of ADA spaces

If you do not have a DMV-issued disability placard and need more than two weeks of proximity parking on campus, or need long-term modifications, please email cblakel@ncsu.edu.

Individuals approved for long-term or permanent accessible parking must display a valid state-issued handicapped parking placard or plate in conjunction with NC State parking credentials.

All transit vehicles are universally accessible. Fringe parking lots and park-and-ride lots have accessible parking spaces.

 Any individual who falsifies or misrepresents their medical condition or misuses a state-issued handicapped parking placard or plate will lose parking privileges and be subject to additional parking fines.

For more information on accessible parking, contact Transportation at 919-515-3424 option 1.

Loading and Unloading Permits

Individuals: Loading/unloading permits may be issued to people who need to access loading areas/docks on campus temporarily.
Permits are valid for 30 minutes only in designated loading zones/spaces. Permits may be obtained at the Visitor Information Center located on Stinson Drive or at the Transportation Office.

Campus departments: May request a loading zone permit for shared use by departmental members while conducting departmental business. Departments may download the request form for a loading/unloading permit below.

No charge
 for a temporary loading/unloading pass – valid in designated loading/unloading spaces only.

Departmental hangtag loading/unloading permit to share.

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Non-University Shuttle Permit

Independent shuttles operating on NC State’s campus must purchase a SHU permit annually. If you have any questions, please email the Transit Manager at crjone28@ncsu.edu.

$250 – Annually