Student Moped & Motorcycle Parking

Moped & motorcycle parking on campus.


Where to Park

DAILY MOPED UPPER CAMPUS ZONES

$3 FLAT RATE

  • Pay at Pay Station. Credit card only. Cash not accepted.
  • Location: Park in moped visitor zones (V) only.

Non-refundable
Non-transferable
NO Overnight

Moped Visitor parking is only available in three locations:

  • Behind Kennedy Theater
  • Campus Center
  • Architecture Bldg.

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SEMESTER UPPER CAMPUS MOPED ZONES

LIMITED – 300 PERMITS AVAILABLE

  • Eligible to all registered students
  • Credit card only.
  • Location: Park in Upper Campus Zone (U) and All Permit Zones (A) only
  • View current rates

✅ Refundable
Non-transferable
✅ Overnight
✅ Valid in moped zones U, C, A, V after 4pm
SEMESTER COMMUTER MOPED ZONES

LIMITED – 300 PERMITS AVAILABLE

  • Eligible to all registered students
  • Credit card only.
  • Location: Park in Upper Campus Zone (C) and All Permit Zones (A) only
  • View current rates

✅ Refundable
Non-transferable
✅ Overnight
✅ Valid in moped zones U, C, A, V after 4pm
SEMESTER STUDENT HOUSING MOPED ZONES

LIMITED – 300 PERMITS AVAILABLE

  • Eligible to all registered students – Must be a paid student housing resident. Only one permit per student
  • Credit card only.
  • Location: Park in Housing Zones (H) and All Permit Zones (A) only
  • View current rates

✅ Refundable
Non-transferable
✅ Overnight

FAQs

Vehicle owners should use the last eight digits of the Vehicle Identificaiton number (VIN) as the temporary license plate until the real plate is received. Visit the Commuter Services Knowledge Base for more information.
Fill out the Student Permit Return Form and return moped permit to the QLC Office if still within the refund period for moped permits.
Make an HPD/DPS report, provide Commuter Services with report.In order to reissue a new permit, please complete the Missing Permit form . Email the completed form to parking@hawaii.edu so we can mark the permit missing. Any vehicle found displaying this permit will be cited for illegal permit and may be at risk to be towed at the owner’s expense. Replacement permits are $10 which can be paid for and picked up at the QLC office.
Follow a few simple steps and the city will tow away your old moped for free! Do your part to help keep Oahu clean by using the city’s junk vehicle program to dispose of a moped that no longer works — it’s easy and free! Visit https://www.honolulu.gov/cms-csd-menu/site-csd-sitearticles/28923-junk-a-vehicle.html.
Students are only allowed to purchase one permit for moped. Moped/ Motorcycle zones are established in order to manage available inventory. Approximately 300 permits are sold per moped/ motorcycle zone.
When selling or giving a moped to someone else, the seller/registered owner signs line 1 on the Certificate of Registration and indicates the date of sale or release. The buyer/recipient must take the completed document(s) to any satellite city hall on Oahu within 30 days of the date of sale/release to transfer ownership, pay the transfer fee, and receive an updated moped registration.The seller/registered owner must also submit a completed Form CS-L(SS)215, Bicycle/Moped Notice of Transfer, within 10 days of sale/release; failure to do so can result in a fine of up to $100.