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Holiday Closure: 

Parking & Transportation will be closed for holiday break as of 4:00pm Friday December 17th.

Operations will resume 8:30am Monday January 3, 2022.

Online sales and permit pickup are not available during the holiday closure. Please pre-purchase your winter session parking permit online as per schedule.

  • The Parking & Transportation Office is currently closed to the public
  • All parking permit purchases are online only
  • Paid parking and enforcement are in effect across the UTM campus

  • We can be reached at:

Student Winter Sessional Permits (Jan-Apr) will go on sale Monday December 6th @10:00am

Click Here to Purchase Parking


Parking Permit Pickup Window Hours

Available Monday - Friday (closed weekends and holidays)

OPEN: 8:30am - 11:00am

CLOSED: 11:00am - 12:30pm

OPEN: 12:30pm - 3:30pm 

Please plan to pick up your parking permit during these operating hours


Daily Parking vs Permit Cost Comparison



Permit Cost

P&D Daily Rate

for Location

If on Campus

1 Day/wk or Less

If on Campus

2 Days/wk or More






8M Sess*


4M Sess*












By Permit Only

By Permit Only





Use P&D

Use P&D

Buy Permit

Buy Permit

Use P&D

Use P&D


Use P&D

Buy Permit

Buy Permit

Buy Permit

Buy Permit

Buy Permit

Buy Permit


Buy Permit

*Students Only

Pay & Display Daily Rates 

*P1 & P5 by Reserved permit only during the day
Area Half Hourly Daily Max Evening Weekend
CCT $3.00 $20.00 $10.00 $10.00
P9 $2.75 $17.50 $7.00 $7.00


$2.50 $15.00 $6.00 $6.00

Question:  Is there a special discounted rate for permits since many will not be on campus as often as they would be if not for COVID-19?

Answer:  There is no special rate or discount for those who are not on campus as often as they would normally be.    All lots are operational, maintained and available.  In some cases, it will be preferable to use Pay & Display instead of purchasing a permit this year.  For those who plan to be on campus more than one day a week on average, a permit is often the recommended choice.  On the other hand, for those who are on campus 5 days a week, purchasing a P4-P8 permit, for example, results in a cost of only $3.32 per day, compared to the daily Pay & Display rate of $15

Question: If individuals don’t purchase a pass at the start of the year, because they may continue to study/work at home, can they purchase it later in the year at a pro-rated price?

Answer: Yes, remaining permits can be purchased throughout the year and would be prorated on a monthly basis.