UPDATED: USC Transportation fall services


USC Transportation has a few important reminders about their services for the fall 2021 semester:

UPDATE: If you’ve already purchased your parking permit online, it will be shipped to the address USC Transportation has on file for you. If you’re concerned that your permit will not reach you by the time you return to campus, USC Transportation has that covered — at the end of the purchasing process, employees have the option of printing a temporary pass that is valid for one week while the permit is being mailed to you.

Fall permit sales continue online! Employees can purchase parking permits directly from the USC Transportation website. (Start by finding the “Access my Account” link under the “Parking” header, and then follow the prompts.) NOTE: All interested employees need to purchase a new permit – please do not use the “Renew” option. Click on “Get Permit” instead. Permit costs are listed for the entire two years an employee permit is valid; if you continue through to the “View Cart” screen, there will be a dropdown menu of payment options, from which you can/should select pretax monthly payroll deduction. The monthly charge will then come out of your paycheck automatically. You can cancel your permit anytime by returning it to USC Transportation if your unit plans/schedule changes.

USC buses will continue to expand their services throughout the fall semester. An initial fall schedule will be posted the week of August 16 on the “Bus Map & Schedules” page, and stay tuned for updates! Per USC/LA County guidelines, masks are also required while taking the USC bus at all times, regardless of your vaccination status.

If you need to make an appointmentin-person office visits are still highly recommended. Walk-ins are accepted on a limited basis but priority will be given to those with appointments. You can make an appointment online.

Expect to have your Trojan Check verified each day before you enter campus. Please complete your daily attestation before coming to campus and be prepared to have it scanned at campus entry points on UPC and other specific areas like the fitness centers, student housing, and other buildings on both campuses.

Please contact auxtrans@usc.edu if you have any questions.