Roeterseiland campus and Science Park Campus both have parking facilities. If you need to park near one of the other locations, you can make use of the generally available parking spaces and car parks nearby.
At Roeterseiland Campus you can get a parking space in REC-E with permission of your faculty. There is a limited number of parking spaces available (30).
Science Park students can use the car park for a fee.
Students may be eligible for a parking space on medical grounds. UvA students who want to apply for a disabled parking space need to contact Student Services via firstname.lastname@example.org.
In principle, the limited number of accessible parking spaces on the Roeterseiland campus are intended for students and staff.
Students with a (temporary) medical condition who do not have a valid disabled parking card (GPK) may be temporarily allocated an accessible parking space if one is available. In order to be eligible for an accessible parking space, please contact Student Services at email@example.com. This also applies to students with a GPK.
Visitors (guests of students) wishing to use an accessible parking space are requested to submit an application to Tineke Seinstra at least one week in advance via firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to be eligible for an accessible parking space at the Science Park, please contact Student Services at email@example.com.
No special parking spaces are available at the UvA's locations in the city centre. Instead, you can use the public car parks and garages.
A valid disabled parking card (GPK) allows you to park free of charge in the accessible parking spaces of the municipality of Amsterdam. Within the municipality of Amsterdam, you can also apply for a parking card for disabled visitors/residents if you hold a GPK. This allows you to park free of charge in any paid parking space within the municipality (except the parking garages).
The UvA's parking policy is based on the principle that all buildings should be easily accessible by either bicycle or public transport. Accessibility by car is regarded as supplementary.