Zone 20 Parking Structure

(Recommended Option) Parking for the campus tour is recommended in the Lower Campus Structure, Zone 20. Visitors may purchase an all-day (daily) pass for $5.00. Daily permits are cash only. Daily pass must be clearly displayed on dashboard to avoid ticketing.

NOTE: If sign states "LOT FULL", campus tour visitors can still proceed by presenting a PRINTED copy of their confirmation to attendants. Payment is still required.

Directions from H-1 Freeway:
  • Take exit 24B
  • Turn right onto University Ave
  • Stay in right lane to turn right onto Dole Street
  • Turn right onto Lower Campus Road
  • Kiosks will be straight ahead

For GPS:
1430 Lower Campus Road
Honolulu, HI 96822

Zone 20 is a 10-minute walk to the Admissions Office, located in the Queen Lili’uokalani Center for Student Services (QLCSS). Please view section below for a map and video instructions.

Zone 20 parking structure entrance

Zone 20 parking structure entrance close up

Pay-to-Park Stalls

Upper campus parking is available in any of the GREEN pay-to-park visitor stalls on campus (Visitor Parking Map).

Pre-paid parking may be purchased at $3.00 per half-hour increments; however, in an effort to create more available spaces, parking is limited to a 3-hour maximum before 4:00pm on weekdays. Payment is made at the automated Pay Stations located near the stalls in each lot. These Pay Stations accept credit cards (MasterCard and Visa) and cash (quarters, dollar coins, $1, $5, and $10 bills).

While parked, please display on the dashboard of your vehicle the permit ticket issued from the Pay Station. Make sure the expiration time is visible through the windshield to avoid ticketing.

Special Notice for Visitor Parking
Disability placard holders are required to pay for parking when parked anywhere on campus.
Pay-to-Park Stalls machine

Pay-to-Park Stalls

Walking Directions from Structure to Admissions Office

It is about a 10-minute walk from the parking structure to the Admissions Office. Please follow map or watch directional video below for detailed instructions:

Additional Transportation Options

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Our public bus transportation, TheBus can identify the best bus number and route to take based on your location. A real-time bus arrival schedule is also available. Download "DaBus" on your mobile device for real-time arrival information and tracking information. The DaBus app also provides options to explore different bus routes and take a virtual ride to better understand its route.

Large, bulky, or dangerous items will not be admitted on board the bus. Check out a list of permissible items.


Two popular companies in Honolulu are:

Ride Sharing Companies

Ride sharing companies like Lyft and Uber both operate in Honolulu and can provide an alternate transportation option to the UH Mānoa campus.