Motorcycles and Mopeds

Motorcycles
Motorcycles must park in designated areas only. Parking in car stalls, at bicycle racks, or in the Lubar, Pavilion and Union garages is prohibited. Motorcycles cannot be parked on the grass or other landscaping which borders the posted areas. Motorized two-wheel vehicles must display a permit on the back of a rear-view mirror.

There is public / visitor motorcycle parking outside the Northwest Quadrant (NWQ) parking surface lot near Hartford (lot 34). Patrons must pay the pay station located outside the parking area or have a valid motorcycle permit.

The associated cost for a motorcycle permit is $70.00 annually. Permits are valid September 1st through the following August 31. The permit is prorated from the purchase date. Permits must be purchased in person at the Transportation Services office, with a license plate provided.

Motorcycle trikes are subject to classification as a car on the UWM Campus, and as such will not be allowed in motorcycle spaces.

Park in front of these signs

Motorcycle

To view a map of available motorcycle spaces on campus, the Transportation Services interactive parking map contains the up to date information. Interactive Parking Map.

Mopeds
Moped operators may park at any bicycle rack on campus; however, should not drive on sidewalks at any time. Mopeds are not permitted to be parked in car stalls, or in the Lubar, Pavilion or Union garages.

Mopeds may be parked in motorcycle stalls only if the operator purchases and properly displays a moped permit.

Moped

The associated cost for a moped permit is $50.00 annually. Permits are valid September 1st through the following August 31. The permit is prorated from the purchase date. Permits must be purchased in person at the Transportation Services office, with a license plate provided.

Mopeds are defined as (1) motor vehicles incapable of speeds in excess of 30 m.p.h. of which (2) the power source is an integral part of the vehicle and whose (3) combustion engine chamber is certified by the manufacturer of not greater than 50 cubic centimeters.