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Parking & Shuttles

Visiting Rutgers University–Camden? Here’s information on where to park and how to obtain a visitor permit.

Visitor Parking

Visitor permits

Permits are required in all lots all day., Monday through Thursday, and until 5pm on Fridays. Visitors (persons not affiliated with Rutgers University) may park in Lots C1, C2, C3, C14, City Lot 15, or City Lot 16 with a valid visitor permit. See the Rutgers–Camden campus map for parking lot locations.

Visitor permits cost $5 a day and may be purchased online Call the Parking Office at (856) 225-6137 with questions.

Senior citizens auditing a class, visitors to residence halls, and faculty/staff or students from other Rutgers campuses: see all visitor parking permit information.

If you are visiting campus as an event guest, check with the event host about parking arrangements.

Accessible parking & disability services

Individuals with disabilities who require accessible parking must obtain a valid Rutgers parking permit to park in university parking lots from from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Visitors should call the Parking Office at (856) 225-6137 in advance of the visit to arrange for a permit.

metered parking

Metered parking is available on the streets surrounding the Rutgers–Camden campus. City meters cost 25 cents per 15 minutes, 12 hours max. Pay-By-Cell parking is available at city meters.

Camden County College Parking Deck

Visitors may park for a fee in the Camden County College parking deck at Broadway and Cooper Street. The garage entrance is accessible from Sixth and Penn Streets. Visitors must take their ticket to the lobby and pay in advance in order to exit the parking deck.

Shuttle Bus Information

Shuttle Schedules:

Have questions? Need more information about the bus routes and schedules?
Visit us online or call the Campus Transit Information Center at 848-932-7817. You can also email us at

Track buses online via the TransLoc website or through the TransLoc Rider App.