Parking permits will see a change in rates in 2022-23 for the first time in two years to continue to help cover enhanced parking facilities and technology.
Beginning in August 2022, rates will increase between 25 cents and $6.50 per month, depending on permit type. The change in price affects all Duke parking permits.
For staff and faculty permit holders who pay for permits through payroll deduction, no action is needed on your part. Your multi-year permit will automatically renew, and rate updates will be applied.
Duke community members who do not wish to keep their annual permit must return it to opt-out of their permit. The permit can be returned to the Parking & Transportation offices by mail or in-person.
Duke community members who are not eligible for payroll deduction or have one-year permits must renew. Forms, available online, must be completed and delivered to one of the parking offices by end of July to ensure delivery of new permits before mid-August.
With more staff and faculty working some days from home each week, an annual parking permit may not fit the needs of employees with hybrid schedules. To offer options, Parking & Transportation Services sells single and multi-day passes that may provide a cost savings, depending on how often employees come to campus to work.
Staff and faculty considering a move to an as-needed permit should first review their work situation to determine what makes the most sense financially.
Single and multi-day passes can be purchased online within six days of use on campus. After purchase, a QR code sent by email can be printed or scanned from a mobile device at the lot entrance.
All permit holders are encouraged to “check their parking account" to update vehicle information and review or complete the deduction authorization agreement.
Get information about parking rates and alternative commuting options at the Parking & Transportation website.