Visitor Information-Parking & Transportation Services - Carnegie Mellon University

Visitor Information

Visitors coming to Carnegie Mellon should park in any of the three garages listed below depending on the area they will be visiting. All of the garages operate 24 hours a day. The rates for these garages are as follows:

 
East Campus
Garage
Dithridge
Street
Garage
Gates
Garage
CIC
GARAGE
30 Mintues or less
No Charge
30 Minutes - 1 Hour
$3.00
 
$4.00
0-1 Hour $4.00
1-3 Hours
$6.00
$8.00
$6.00
1-2 Hours $6.00
3-5 Hours
$7.00
$12.00
$9.00
2-3 Hours $8.00
5-7 Hours
$8.00
 
$12.00
3-4 Hours $10.00
7-9 Hours
$10.00
 
$14.00
4-5 Hours $12.00
Lost Ticket
$25.00
$25.00
$25.00
5-6  Hours $14.00
Night Rate (after 5p.m.)
No Charge
$5.00
$5.00
6-24 Hours $16.00
Weekend
No Charge
$5.00
$5.00
No Weekend Discounts
Lost Ticket $ 16.00

Departmental Validation Tickets

Departments may purchase validation tickets from Parking and Transportation Services for their guests. All requestors should send e-mail through our website to purchase visitor parking (max of 5 per request per 30 day period) at least (3) days in advance to ensure availability. Upon notification, departments must pick up and sign for requested validation tickets at the Parking & Transportation Services Office.

Due to summer construction projects going on throughout campus, we will no longer be offering "Open Ended" ticket validations for any of our garages.  Current open ended tickets that may currently be in your possession are good through June 30, 2015.  All future ticket validation requests must be Date Specific.

Once email confirmation of purchase is received, there will be no cancellations, returns, or credits given. Parking validation tickets are only valid during the parking fiscal year in which they are ordered. For example: July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015.

Guests are subject to all parking regulations; it is the responsibility of the department or the individual who arranges for visitor parking to make the parking policies known to the guests. The Parking & Transportation policy may be obtained in the Parking & Transportation Services Office or online at www.cmu.edu/parking.

The parking meters and time signs on Frew, Tech and Margaret Morrison Streets are under the authority of the City of Pittsburgh and are not affected by Carnegie Mellon visitor parking.

Groups and Special Events

Departments may submit a parking request to the Parking & Transportation Services office for groups conducting special events on campus. When requesting visitor’s parking reservations for events with over 50 vehicles, Parking & Transportation Services requires the event sponsor to hire Jay Becker Parking Services, who will provide parking assistance at the expense of event sponsor. The Parking & Transportation Services office must receive requests, in writing, as soon as confirmation of the event has occurred (at the minimum, Parking & Transportation Services must receive requests at least two weeks in advance of the event).