Google Maps is a great way to get directions for walking, biking, driving and public transit! Bublr Bikes at UWM Rent a bike to ride around the city! Milwaukee County Transit System Ride any MCTS bus free with your M-Card… Read More
Information about how to purchase permits online and which permits include overnight parking is listed on the transportation services rates page.
You can use the Neighborhood Housing Office’s Listing Service to find paid parking spots around campus advertised by landlords.
There are a large number of Bublr Bikes stations on campus and around Milwaukee. UWM students may purchase a Bublr permit for $20.00 annually. You may also choose to bring your own bike to campus. In this case, make sure… Read More
The Prowl Line is an alternative to the city bus system that provides services from UPASS Lots and residence halls to campus. The Prowl Line is accessible to all UWM students. Find more information on the Prowl Line here.
BOSS is a safe ride service available to UWM students, operating every day between the hours of 6:00 PM and 2:00 AM during the traditional academic calendar. More information on BOSS can be found on the Transportation Services Website.
All UWM students will receive a free U-PASS MCard that can be used to ride the City of Milwaukee buses free of charge, during their time as a student. The city buses are a great and easy way to get… Read More
There is no parking on city streets between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. Monday through Saturday unless a vehicle has an Overnight Parking Permit or Temporary Night Parking Permission. Night parking permits cost $55 annually or $20 for a 4-month period… Read More
Parking on the streets of Milwaukee can be difficult at times and often requires a residential parking permit in the areas near UWM. In order to obtain a residential parking permit, you must have a valid Wisconsin license with an address… Read More
There are a number of regulations that begin in the winter months that pertain to Milwaukee residents and can sometimes go unnoticed. From December 1st through March 1st, various parking regulations take effect throughout the city. Keep in mind that these parking… Read More