You can use visitor parking spaces if you don't have a permit for where you need to park. Visitor parking is available in garages and some lots.

Transportation Services has parking options, including accessible parking, for all campus sporting events.

Recreational vehicle (RV) parking is available for home football games and other events.

Parking is available throughout the year for campus events other than sporting events. These campus events include graduation, Silver Taps, Aggieland Saturday, New Student Conferences and Midnight Yell.

Transportation Information

Our university offers services and support for using transportation options on campus. You don't need to own a vehicle to get to your campus destinations.

Students and employees can choose from bike share, lease and borrow programs. If you use your own bike, we have stations where you can handle your repairs or air tires. Bike specialists also provide free bike checkups or other help. Bike racks are available across campus to lock up your bike.

Texas A&M partners with Zipcar to offer short-term car rental services to employees, students and former students.

Transportation Services offers a ridesharing portal. Use your departure and destination information to find a carpool or bus that matches your commute. You can also search for other nearby people looking for carpool, biking or walking partners.

We have 31 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations on our main campus and six on the Texas A&M-RELLIS campus.

Our university offers various transportation options on football gamedays, including buses, bikes, rideshares and the Downtown Bryan park and ride service.

Micromobility devices are permitted for on-campus transportation but must meet specific guidelines. These include bicycles, scooters and boards with drive systems that may be electric only, electric-assist or analog. Before bringing a device to campus, familiarize yourself with the university’s regulations, registration, and use requirement policies.