• New Rainbow Quick Codes for Employees and Students

    Rainbow Quick Code

    Now available for the Fall 2020 semester! This new UHM Commuter Services temporary product will allow you to pay for monthly upper campus parking whether you currently have a parking permit or not. The validation codes will be available for purchase on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Request Validation Codes Here
    Renewal Requests Here

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  • New Warrior Quick Pass for Zone 20

    Warrior Quick PassBeginning Tuesday, September 8, gate attendants will no longer be available to facilitate the purchase of flat rate daily parking passes for the Zone 20 Lower Campus Parking Structure. Instead, they can now be instantly purchased through the online Warrior Quick Pass system and printed at home, which is available to all active UH students and eligible employees.

    Please go to https://parking.hawaii.edu/zone20 and log in with your UH credentials.

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  • Flat Rate Parking in Upper Campus Visitor Green Stalls

    Beginning October 1, the parking rate for Visitor Green Stalls will be capped at a flat rate of $12/day.  $3/30 min increments are still available, but the options at or exceeding $12 will be replaced by the flat rate option.

  • Lower Campus Parking Structure Partial Closure

    Starting on Monday, October 5, the Diamond Head/East half of the lower campus parking structure will be closed to vehicle and pedestrian traffic. This is a cost saving measure and also allows preparation time for construction projects. In December, major repairs to the parking structure will take place starting in Phase 1. Please adhere to the signs posted regarding the closure.

    Lower Campus Parking Structure Partial Closure

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  • Modified Lower Campus Parking Structure Information

    Beginning Tuesday, September 8, gate attendants will no longer be available to facilitate the purchase of flat rate daily parking passes for the Zone 20 Lower Campus Parking Structure. Instead, they can now be instantly purchased through the online Warrior Quick Pass system and printed at home, which is available to all active UH students and eligible employees.

    Visit the pay stations at the Music, Law School, or Zone 18 visitor lots if you don’t have a printer.

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  • Fall 2020 Permit Return

    With the Fall 2020 hybrid learning schedule, all parking regulations will still be enforced during this time, and permits will still be required to park in the Structure and Surface stalls. In the event that you decide to return your permit, you will be eligible for a prorated refund based on the date that your permit is returned. However, please understand that you are electing to forego your parking privileges granted by the permit for this semester and will need to utilize visitor parking on your future visits to the campus.

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  • Contactless Transactions

    Due to the evolving situation of COVID-19, we are encouraging individuals to use contactless transactions as much as possible.

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  • Welcome New Commuters

    Learn more about Commuter Services’ parking and transportation options for UH Mānoa campus.

  • Rainbow Shuttle Service Suspended During Fall

    Rainbow Shuttle approaching the Varney Circle stopThere will be NO Rainbow Shuttle services for Fall 2020. Click more below for more information.

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  • Help prevent the spread of COVID-19

    We require all guests to wear a face mask, maintain a 6ft desitance, stay home if you have a cough, fever, or feel sick, sneeze or cough into your elbow, and do not shake hands or engage in unnecessary physical contact.

  • QLC Office Hours

    Commuter Services office

    Starting August 10, 2020, our business office hours will be expanding from 8am – 4pm, weekdays except for State holidays. Social distancing practices apply.

  • Keeping it Clean and Safe

    Cleaning high buttons in elevatorsWith the return of students, faculty, and staff to campus this fall, Commuter Services is welcoming the UH community back safely with enhanced cleaning procedures due to COVID-19. High touchpoint areas including parking structure elevators, stair rails, and pay-to-park machines will be sanitized more frequently. In addition, the parking office will also be cleaned repeatedly throughout the day.

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  • Modified Out of Zone Parking Weekdays After 3pm

    Effective August 17, 2020 – until further notice, out of zone parking for employee and student permitholders, as well as all visitor parking, will be permissible on weekdays after 3pm instead of 4pm. The $7 flat rate parking option available after 4pm will also move to 3pm.

  • Dole Street Parking Structure Automated Pilot Program

    Beginning August 3, 2020, the Dole Street Parking Structure (Zone 22) will transition to an automated facility. Stall layouts have been reconfigured, with yellow visitor stalls on the ground floor, and all other floors being reserved for Zone 22 permit holders. Visitor parking will work similar to the green visitor stalls in Surface (Upper Campus) lots, with the exception of differing stall colors and parking rates.