Motorcycles and Mopeds
Motorcycles and mopeds are a fun and economical means of alternative transportation.
Designated parking spaces for motorcycles and mopeds are available all around campus. These designated parking spaces are marked with signs; many are located in covered spaces. Motorcycles and mopeds are not allowed to park in regular vehicle parking spaces or gate-controlled locations.
To get the locations of motorcycle and moped parking on campus, look for the designated signs, or check the table below.
|C5||Lot between Graduate and Undergraduate Libraries||4|
|E1||Corner of Observatory and North University Court||1|
|E3||Lot beside Ruthven and Exhibit Museum||1|
|E8||Church Structure, South Entrance||4|
|E9||Lot behind Church Structure||6|
|NC27||Life Science Loading Dock Area (southwest corner)||5|
|-||Area between the Palmer and Fletcher Structures||14|
|W3||Thompson Structure, east entrance||10|
|W13||Lot behind Student Activities Building on Thompson Street||8|
|-||Near bicycle rack on West Medical Center Drive||4|
|M16||Lot between MCHC, Mott and Towsley||6|
|M30||East Medical Center Drive||15|
|M52||West side of the Medical Professional Building||6|
|M63||South side of 300 NIB||4|
|M64||North side of the 400 NIB||1|
|M86||Ann Street Parking Structure||12|
|NC10||School of Music||2|
|NC51||Glazier Way, north end||2|
|NC61||North Campus Plant Services Building||2|
|NC65||North Campus Administrative Complex||2|
|NC74||East of Space Research||4|
|NC83||East of Huron Parkway, north side of Bldgs||20|
|NC86||East of Huron Parkway, south side of Bldgs||5|
|NC100||Wast of Huron Parkway, parking structure||5|
|SC2||1032 Green St.||10|
|SC4||Kipke, northwest corner of lot||8|
|SC16||Campus Safety Services Building, east side||10|
Motorcycles, Mopeds, and Restricted Vehicles on Campus
Motorcycles and mopeds provide an effective means of transportation to and around campus. Motorcycles and mopeds are restricted from all pathways on campus except when a moped is being walked to a designated parking space away from the roadway.
Segway Human Transporters (Segways) and Skateboards are restricted on campus. A Segway is a type of motor scooter that uses gyroscopes to maintain balance and does not include other types of motorized scooters currently available or devices designed to assist people with disabilities. Unless exceptions are granted for health safety and welfare, Segways and Skateboards are prohibited in U-M parking lots, parking structures, buildings, on any sidewalk or roadway, or other property of U-M in Ann Arbor.