Here are some answers to frequently asked questions:
The University does not issue disability parking hangtags to community members with disabilities. Simply display either your MVA placard or license plate in order to use a disabled parking space in any UB parking area or in the designated disabled parking spaces along Mount Royal Avenue.
Yes, the two UB shuttles that run among the parking facilities and academic buildings are both wheelchair accessible; the estimated maximum wait time for a shuttle is 20 minutes.
Yes, disability street parking—maintained by the city—is available on the north side of Mount Royal Avenue near Gordon Plaza and on the south side of Mount Royal Avenue near the William H. Thumel Sr. Business Center.
This parking is accessible to any vehicle with current state disabled registration or placards, allowing the University to provide disability parking to campus visitors.
Parking in any University-controlled disability space requires current state disabled registration or placards. The Department of Public Safety vigorously enforces use of these spaces, per requirements set forth by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration.
We currently have van-accessible parking in the Maryland Avenue Garage (lower level, along the Biddle Street side) and in the Fitzgerald Garage.