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Park n Ride

Property Services provides a free of charge Park n Ride service available to all University staff and students. 150 spaces are available for the exclusive use of permit holders from the hours of 7.30am to 7.30pm Monday to Friday (excluding statutory public holidays). Park n Ride users are required to display a valid University Park n Ride permit in the windscreen of their vehicle at all times in the car park. The Park and Ride car park spaces are located within the larger Forsyth Barr stadium car park. Any vehicles parking outside of the designated University Park n Ride spaces will be subject to the Stadium's parking rules, charges and penalties.

How to apply

To obtain a permit please download and complete the Park n Ride licence agreement form and return it to Property Services by email or internal mail.

Permits for the Park n Ride are over allocated so an available space is not always guaranteed.

Park n Ride shuttle service

A free shuttle service operates Monday to Friday to take permit holders from the Park n Ride car park to the main areas of the Dunedin campus and back again.

Park n Ride timetable and route map
Park n Ride location map

The shuttle service runs at the following times, Monday-Friday (excluding statutory public holidays):

AM service: 8.00am, 8.20am
(departs from the Park n Ride car park)

PM service: 5.10pm
(departs from outside Oncology, Cumberland St)

The shuttle stops at the following city bus stops and University locations along the route:

  • Robertson Library, Union Street East – City Bus Stop
  • Commerce Building, Clyde Street – City Bus Stop
  • ISB, Albany Street – City Bus Stop
  • School of Dentistry, Great King Street
  • Hercus Building, Great King Street (*AM service only)
  • Oncology, Cumberland Street - City bus stop (corner of Cumberland and Hanover) (*PM service only)

Terms and conditions

Park n Ride licence agreement – terms & conditions