Supporting Travel, To, From and Around Campus

Penn Department of Transportation, Parking and Commuter Services delivers a wide selection of essential services to the Penn Community. Penn Transit Services operates a robust transportation network that accommodates over 100,000 passengers every year. Flexible parking permit options meet the requirements of commuters who work at the University while visitors to this attractive urban campus will find a range of parking lots and garages conveniently located near their final destination. Employees who use public transportation or bike to work receive discounts to support sustainable commuting.

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About Our Team

Joe Russo

Senior Director Business Services
Joe Russo
Andrew Talaga

Assistant Director of Administration, Parking & Commuter Services
Andrew Talaga
Michael Neborak

Commuter Benefits Program Manager
Michael Neborak
Michael Bernhardt

Director of Transportation
Penn Medicine SEPTA stations

Penn's Sustainable Transportation Initiative

Penn’s focus is on reducing single-occupancy vehicles through providing discounts for commuters who use public transportation, support for cyclists and operating its own transit network complete with electric vehicles.   

The Association of Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) recognized Penn's transport sustainability success as a top performer in the 2021 Sustainable Campus Index, ranking 5th in transportation.