Welcome to the University of Toronto Mississauga Parking & Transportation Services Website

EV Charging now Available (P8 Lower level )

UTM Parking & Transportation Services is implementing services for a greener future by providing electric vehicle (EV) charging stations on campus for your convenience.

As you may have noticed, EV charging stations were installed in the lower level of parking deck P8 and are now ready to use!

A valid UTM parking permit or pay & display ticket is required to be clearly displayed at all times in vehicles using the EV charging stations.

Drivers may charge for a maximum of 4hrs free of charge, and are then required to move their vehicle to another space in their assigned lot.  A fee of $5/hr applies to any vehicle left charging beyond the 4hr time limit.

How to Connect:

Connect to UTM’s new charging stations via ChargePoint®, the world’s largest EV charging network.

Download the App on: Apple App Store or Google Play

Once Installed, go to   Account ---> Connections --->  Browse Connections, and search for “UTM”.

Your connection request will automatically be approved after agreeing to the terms & conditions. Take note that it may take 5-10 minutes for the ChargePoint® network to update before the stations will be visible. Lastly, please close and re-open the App.

Posted: February 14, 2019

Winter Parking Permits are Sold Out

Please note that Winter Parking Permits are currently sold out.  

Evening/Weekend permits (valid after 3:30pm Monday-Friday, and anytime on weekends & holidays) are still available for purchase in the Parking Office, located in Alumni House.

Posted: January 24, 2019

Coming Soon!

UTM Parking & Transportation Services is implementing services for a greener future by providing electric vehicle (EV) charging stations on campus for your convenience.

As you may have seen already, EV charging stations are currently being installed in the lower level of parking deck P8. 

More information on how UTM parking permit holders can register for authorized access to these new charging stations will be made available in January. Hardware installation is close to completion and the administrative details of the program are currently being sorted out.  (Please note the EV chargers are not yet functional).

Launch of the EV chargers is anticipated late January 2019.

Stay tuned for more information.

Important Commuting Information

Here are some alternative transportation options to consider:

  • Brampton Transit Express 199 – Did you know there is an express bus transit route between the Brampton Gateway Terminal and UTM? More information is available here. UTM students residing in Brampton may find this new option helpful, as it will trim at least 30-40 minutes off the one-way travel time normally encountered between these two points.
  • Go Transit – The nearest GO Stations to UTM are Erindale Station and Clarkson Station
  • Get dropped off by a family member or friend – the Davis loop and Library drop-off lane are great ‘kiss and ride’ options.
  • Ride your bike or motorcycle to campus – there are numerous bike racks located across campus, and complimentary parking for motorcycles (designated area in P5 and top of P9).
  • Plan to drive in the Winter semester – The 4-month winter sessional permit will go on presale in early December. UTM students will have an opportunity to purchase a permit for the winter months. More information will be posted on our website closer to December.

Overflow parking available in lot P11 (by any valid permit or P&D)

Peak parking periods are between 12:00pm and 3:00pm. If you plan on arriving to campus between these times, please allow yourself extra time to find a space. Parking lots can be full.
Additional overflow parking is available in Lot P11. Any valid permit and P&D may park in this lot.

UTM Students have access to the Mississauga Transit UPass. To learn more click here!

Would you like to add a New Vehicle to your permit?

To register a new vehicle to your current permit, click here.

Notice and Process for Parking Violations:

Please be advised that effective June 1, 2014, the City of Mississauga will be issuing penalty notices (parking tickets) under the Administrative Penalty System (APS) for most parking violations. Accessible parking tickets will continue to be managed through the Provincial Offenses Court. As of March 1, 2016, new penalty rates will apply. For more information about APS, please contact the City here.