COVID-19 parking and transit updates
Many campus events and athletic events have been postponed or cancelled following guidance from local, state and national entities.
For information on any sport or event, please check directly with the event organizer.
All parking and transit service changes related to COVID-19 will be regularly posted on our
COVID-19 updates page.
From buses to parking, tailgating, alternatives and more, we have the info you need to get you to and from campus for Aggie events.
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Guests attending Commencement in Reed Arena should park in lot 100 around
Reed Arena or in the over 2,500 FREE spaces available in
West Campus Garage.
Lots 61, 100 a–c & e–f, j and m will be open for Commencement.
Lot 102 is reserved for Disabled parking and
100 g is reserved for special guests.
Reed Arena Parking Map
After Ceremony Traffic
Parking for high school graduation ceremonies will be available for $5 or free with a valid Texas A&M University parking permit.
After Ceremony Traffic
Silver Taps Site
Parking for season OPAS events is included in the ticket price for University Center Garage.
For special OPAS events, guests may park in University Center Garage
at the hourly visitor rate. For directions and more information, visit MSC OPAS
MSC OPAS Site
Paid hourly parking available in University Center Garage and
Gene Stallings Blvd. Garage.
Shuttles will not run this year during Ring Week.
Parking for First Yell is $5 or any valid TAMU permit in lots 100a-c, f-g, 61, 97, 95 and 100j. Disabled parking is available in lot 102.
No overnight parking is allowed and no drop off for Saturday tailgates will be permitted.
Midnight Yell attendees may park in most surface lots.
Lots 30, 40 and 122 are 24 hour reserved and unavailable for this event.
The closest available lots to Kyle Field are 48, 61, 62, 100a-c, 102 and 104.
No overnight parking is permitted. No vehicles will be permitted into Gene Stallings Blvd. Garage, University Center Garage or West Campus Garage after 10pm the night before home football games.
There is no bus service for Midnight Yell. Consider alternative options, such as grabbing a bike through or bike share program.
Yell Leaders Website
The President's Backyard Picnic will be held on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 from 11:00am–1:00pm on the East Quad, Located Behind the Jack K. Williams Administration Building.
We encourage anyone planning to attend to walk or checkout a bike through our bike share program.
Bus routes 01 (Bonfire) and
04 (Gig ’Em) will service the area during the event.
If you are planning to drive, please consider carpooling. Attendees may park in Lot 50 on Polo Rd.
and in Central Campus Garage (CCG).
Check online real-time availability before driving to CCG as it may fill up.
The annual National Night Out event is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 2 from 6pm to 8pm at the Commons, Hullabaloo, and White Creek Community Center. Parking is available in the following locations:
Aggieland Saturday guests may park free of charge in the following lots:
Permits are not required on Saturdays and spaces may be available in other lots; however, visitors may NOT park in reserved/restricted spaces
which include Reserved Numbered, University Business, Service, Timed, Loading Spaces, and Residence Hall lots 30 and 40, which are 24 hour reserved. No end of row or curb parking allowed.
Buses should park in Lot 74 on west campus near Rosenthal Meat Science Center.
There are also paid visitor parking areas if guests would prefer those facilities.
Aggieland Saturday Site
The Texas A&M Physics & Engineering Festival will be on Saturday, April 6.
Parking is FREE in lots 50 and 51. $5 per entry paid parking is available in North Side Garage next to Mitchell Physics Building.
Buses needing to drop-off passengers may use the west curb of Ireland Street, only between New Street and Ross Street.
Buses may stay no more than 10 minutes in this location while unloading and loading passengers.
Buses should then proceed to west bound New Main Drive and park along the curb.
Monday, April 23 | MSC Bethancourt Ballroom
Tuesday, April 24 | MSC, Room 2406
Friday, April 27 | The Rec
Bus Routes Map
Big Event parking is available for free with any valid Texas A&M permit or for $5 cash.
Participants may park in the following lots:
John Kimbrough will be closed at Wellborn Rd. Lots can be access via George Bush Dr to Olsen Blvd or Penberthy Blvd or via Stotzer Pkwy to Olsen Blvd or Discovery Dr.
Pre-Kickoff Parking Map
Post-Kickoff Traffic Map
Tool Bring Back Map
Big Event Site
Pre-pay Family Weekend and Maroon & White game parking is available for purchase in West Campus Garage and at Reed Arena.
I have a parking permit I can no longer use
Visitor parking for both Family Weekend and the Maroon & White football game is available in the following locations:
*FRIDAY NOTE: University Center Garage (UCG) is sold out.
Visitors use Cain Garage,
West Campus Garage (use Ring Day shuttle) and lots around Reed Arena.
Family Weekend Site
Muster parking will be open Monday, April 22 from 5:00pm to midnight.
Parking is FREE for all lots highlighted in the map below, including West Campus Garage. Road closures will begin at 5:30pm.
Post-Muster Traffic Map
New Student Conference parking permits are available beginning May 1.
NSC Parking & Info
The 2018 4-H Roundup will be held on campus from June 11–15.
4H Parking & Info
The I Love America Celebration will take place at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
Free parking will be available at Fan Field with disabled parking in Lot 41 in front of the museum entrance.
Please review the maps below for road closures
and parking areas.
The museum will be open from 9:30am to 8:00pm with free admission for everyone all day.
Live entertainment, concessions and games for children begin at 5:30pm.
The evening will culminate with a spectacular fireworks display and concert by the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra.
Come early and bring lawn chairs, picnic baskets and blankets. Please, no pets or glass containers.
For more information visit bush41.org/events.
Post Event Traffic Map
Bush 41 Site