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Parking and Transportation

Assistance with Parking

If you have a permanent/temporary placard or license plate issued by a state:

  1. Complete a New Student Application here:
  2. After application is submitted, a secure link will be provided with the option to upload an image of your placard or license plate.
    1. Image should clearly show expiration date and registration number
    2. In lieu of uploading images, students can bring physical copies of their placard registration to 1228 Haley Center.
  3. Once the Office of Accessibility receives your application and placard information, we will notify Parking Services and email you regarding next steps.

If you have a temporary condition (six months or less) and need closer parking, but do not have a state issued placard:

  1. Complete a New Student Application:
  2. After application is submitted, a secure link will be provided with the option to upload supporting medical documentation of the need for closer parking.
  3. Once your application and documentation are reviewed, an Accommodation Specialist will contact you about an appointment.

**Students already registered with OA can contact their Accommodation Specialist through the AIM Student Portal for assistance.**

Renewing Parking

Parking privileges must be renewed yearly through Parking Services. The Office of Accessibility need not be contacted yearly unless your placard has been updated. If this is the case, please submit a copy of your most recent tag receipt.

Locate Accessible Parking on Campus

Visit the campus map to view the accessible parking on campus. You will need to click the "Placemark" button located in the upper left corner of the map and then select parking under the title "Accessibility Placemarks". If you should find that the location of the accessible parking is displayed incorrectly, please contact the Office of Accessibility at 334-844-2096.

Transportation Available


Tiger Transit

You are encouraged to use Tiger Transit to get to and from campus, as well as to move about the campus. Thirty-plus heated and air-conditioned buses run regular routes on a fixed schedule from 7 A.M to 6 P.M M-F, as well as a limited evening return service. Bus stops are located throughout the routes and will enable you to ride to the vicinity of your destination and then walk the rest of the way. If you should encounter accessibility issues during or after a ride, please contact Tiger Transit (334) 844-4757, so the issue can be addressed promptly. Please visit Tiger Transit for more information.


jAUnt Golf Cart Door-to-Door Assistance

jAUnt is a door-to-door golf cart service for students, faculty and staff with any medical condition that may make traveling within the central part of campus difficult. ThejAUntis a courtesy service, however students/faculty/staff must provide supporting documentation before being approved for golf cart rides

  1. As services provided by jAUnt are reviewed through the Office of Accessibility, qualifying documentation must be submitted to the Office of Accessibility prior to scheduling service. All medical documentation along with any mobility aid information (wheelchair, scooter, walker, personal attendant, etc.) should be sent to Barclay Bentley at
  2. Once documentation has been reviewed, notification will be sent to the applicant via email. If services through jAUnt are approved, you will receive information from the jAUnt Services email ( that will need to be reviewed, completed, and submitted prior to 4 pm the business day before being placed on the appointment schedule.


Lee-Russell Public Transit (LRPT) Dial-A-Ride

Dial-A-Ride is the demand response service offered by Lee-Russell Public Transit (LRPT). This service is provided on a first-come, first-serve, space available basis. The number of trips available each day will be based on designated time slots. It is open to the public who live in Lee and Russell Counties. LRPT provides curb-to-curb service only. The LRPT provides accessible transportation. The driver can assist the passenger into the vehicle from the curb if needed.

Passengers may schedule a trip Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 A.M -2:00 P.M CT. If you need a ride, call LRPT at 334-749-9092 or 877-743-3739. Follow the prompts to schedule or cancel a ride. Auburn University students ride for no fee when you show the transit driver your Auburn University ID. Service hours are from. 6:00 AM –6:00 PM CT. The last pick-up is at 5:30 PM. For more information and scheduling options visit the Lee-Russel Public Transit website.


Accessible Parking

To park in the accessible parking spaces on campus, all vehicles must be registered with Auburn University Parking Services. All visitors with a disability placard still need a parking permit to park on campus. Visitors should visit Parking Services' Campus Guest and Vendors Parking page for information on receiving a parking permit

Faculty, staff, and students should visit Parking Services Accessibility page and the Office of Accessibility parking page for more information.


Night Time Security Shuttle

Department of Campus Safety & Security offers a safe ride from any on-campus location to any on-campus location 6 p.m. to 7 a.m. seven days week while classes are in session, except during home football game evenings and official Auburn University holidays. To request service, call (334) 844-7400. If an accessible van is needed, please inform dispatch when requesting the service.