If you plan to drive to UH Mānoa, you’ll find on this site information on daily or permit (long-term) parking. Please allow enough time for your commute (especially during the morning rush hour) and be aware that the Lower Campus and Dole Street Parking Structures are often full by 8:00am on weekdays when the University is in session. Follow us on Twitter (@CommuteUHM) for updates on temporary lot closures and where to find spaces on campus.
As part of its commitment to environmental sustainability, the University of Hawaiʻi has recently established electric vehicle parking information and other programs to encourage the use of alternative modes of transportation:
Take H1 to the University Exit (Exit 24B). After exiting, stay in the far right lane heading north (mauka) on University Avenue and take a right at the first traffic light onto Dole Street. From there you may make a right turn at the first light down to Lower Campus and the Parking Structure. Or you may wish to drive further down Dole and take a left at the 3rd light onto East-West Road. There are various visitor parking areas off of East-West Road with the largest behind Kennedy Theatre on your left. Other parking locations may bring you closer to your campus destination; please refer to the Campus Visitor Parking Map.
Take H1 to the University Exit (Exit 24B). After exiting, stay in the far right lane heading north (mauka) on University Avenue and take a right at the first traffic light onto Dole Street. Continue as above.
Take Ala Wai Boulevard, a one-way street traveling west (ʻewa). Make a right turn at McCully Street, then take the next right onto Kapiʻolani Boulevard. Take a left at University Avenue. Stay in the far right lane heading north on University Avenue. Take a right on Dole Street. Continue as above.
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Whether you’re driving a car, truck, motorcycle or moped, find out more about how and where to park on campus.
Before driving or parking on campus, please familiarize yourself with UH Mānoa’s Parking Regulations.
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