Students who wish to request accommodations should contact their school's Local Student Disability Coordinator (LDC) to initiate the reasonable accommodation exploration process. Many LDCs have resources and forms posted on their website to begin the process. Please see the LDC List to find your School’s contact person or office.
FACULTY AND STAFF
University Disability Resources (UDR) and Parking Services jointly manage all parking policy and parking requests based on disability. Persons who require accessible parking as a reasonable accommodation will not be required to pay more than the applicable rate for similarly situated individuals without disabilities who park in the same facility.
Faculty and Staff wishing to request accommodations may initiate the process by completing the Parking Request Form for parking accommodation requests and/or the Transportation Request Form for van requests
The requestor must also submit medical documentation from a qualified health care provider. Medical documentation must identify functional limitations that support the request, along with the duration that the parking and/or transportation accommodation is needed. Medical documentation may be submitted by a qualified health care provider via the Medical Documentation Request Form.
If unable to utilize the digital forms above, then these documents may also be sent to email@example.com or via fax at (617) 495-8520
Please note that the Harvard Daytime Van Service is intended for university business. For personal business, information regarding the MBTA’s accessibility services and the paratransit program, The Ride, can be found at MBTA Public Transportation & Accessibility.
VISITOR AND/OR ONE-DAY PARKING REQUESTS – HARVARD PARKING
Online Purchase: Accessible permits may be purchase in the Parking Online Permit System for the following locations:
- Broadway Garage (convenient for Harvard Art Museums and surrounding areas)
- 52 Oxford Street Garage (convenient for Northwest Science, Harvard Museum of Natural History, Peabody Museum and surrounding areas)
- 10 Everett Street Garage (convenient for Harvard Law School and surrounding areas)
Alternate Locations: Individuals seeking parking in alternate locations not listed above, please contact the Campus Service Center via phone at (617) 496-7827 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Longwood: For information regarding parking at the Longwood Medical Campus, please call 617.432.1111
PUBLIC PARKING and Transportation
- MBTA Public Transportation & Accessibility
- Public Garages and Lots in Harvard Square
- Metered Parking Map for City of Cambridge.
Please note public transportation,City of Cambridge parking, and public parking are not Harvard affiliated and Harvard is not responsible for availability or changes in service.<embed>