Room 1550, Wayne State University Law School Classroom Building,
471 W. Palmer Ave., Detroit, MI 48202
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Visitors without a Wayne State University ONECARD may park by:
- Using their credit or debit card (VISA, MasterCard, or Discover) for $6.00 flat rate parking at Parking structures 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, and Parking lots 41, 50 and 75. Also at structure 6 for $6.50 flat rate. This method requires that the user swipe in and also swipe the same credit card out. For more information on credit cards, see the FAQ page.
- Getting a ticket from Structures 6 and 8 or Lot 31. Charges upon exit vary by length of time parked, daily maximum are $10.00 and $7.50 respectively.
- Depositing $6.00 in bills or quarters into the machine at the entrance gate. Locations with cash machines are as follows; Lots 11, 15, 23, 32, 35, 59 and 60.
- Wayne State University parking meters are also available in lots 21 (located on Antoinette & Cass), 58 (Physics Building), outside of lot 53, and on the Medical Campus between Scott Hall and the Lande Building.
- Purchasing a Guest Card for $1 cash from aCash System Value Terminal. Additional funds must be added to Guest Cards to allow entry into general parking lots at a rate of $6.00 per entry (the fee is deducted from the card). Additional funds can be added to Guest Cards at CSVT machines for future parking. CSVT machines, located in various buildings on campus, accept bills in increments of $1.00, $5.00, $10.00 and $20.00.
- All prices are subject to change.
Visitor parking is on a pay-per-use basis at therates approved by the Board of Governors. To find a lot or parking structure with your payment preference, visit thecampus map.
Parking Construction Updates
September 10, 2012
Parking and Transportation is on the Move!
Lot 31 (FAB) – As of Monday September 10, 2012 lot 31 will be fully operational. The parking equipment island was redesigned to improve traffic flow into the parking lot and Radio Frequency Identification Devices (RFID) have been installed which now provide hands-free access into the parking area for assigned patrons. Some touch up work will still be done, however this work should not affect the operations of the lot.
The Pay-in-Lane device was replaced with an ExpressParc system. Visitors will still take a ticket to enter the lot, however to exit they will enter their ticket into the machine which will read the magnetic stripe ticket on exit and only accept payment by credit card, bank issued debit card or validated parking tickets. Cash is no longer accepted at Parking Lot #31.
Lots 40 and 50 (Matthaei) – Both lots were paved, striped and had new parking equipment installed over the summer and are open for use. There is some final touch up work still occurring at each lot, however the lots are fully functional with new gates, Onecard equipment, credit card entry/exit and RFID technology.
Parking Structure #1 - Structural repairs are scheduled to continue through October. Typically this parking structure does not fill, nevertheless if per chance the structure does go full, parking staff will be in place to redirect traffic to lots 11 and 15 just north of I-94 on the west and east sides of Cass avenue respectively.
The main student entrance (gate 3) and the north assigned staff entrance/exit (gate #1) will remain closed throughout construction. Gate 2 (assigned only) as well as gates 4 and 5 (student/visitor) will be open and allow access to the facility. Traffic will be redirected on the upper levels to go around the construction areas.
Parking Services apologizes for any inconvenience and appreciates your patience and cooperation during the construction. These needed repairs and updates will help us provide a safe and pleasant parking experience. Please drive safe throughout the structure, use your headlights, for your safety please obey posted signs and stay clear of barricaded areas.