Virginia Park and Ride Lots
There are Park and Ride lots available to commuters throughout the state. To find a Park and Ride Lot in Virginia, use our interactive map. Use the check box on the right to show Park and Ride lots and use your mouse to zoom in and out.
Using Park and Ride lots in Virginia
Virginia’s Park and Ride Lots are parking lots with spaces available to commuters who choose to leave their car in the lot, while they commute to work, school, errands, etc. via carpool, vanpool, bus, train or another mode of travel.
VDOT Park and Ride lots are free. However, some lots owned by other entities may charge a fee.
If overnight parking is prohibited at a specific lot, signs will be present. Please note that Park and Ride lots are intended to be used for daily parking, not extended parking.
Commercial vehicles are prohibited from parking in Park and Ride lots and abandoned vehicles will be reported and removed at the owner’s expense.
The sale of any item(s) at VDOT Park and Ride lots is prohibited without a permit. You may contact your local VDOT office for further information regarding permits.
Find your local VDOT office:
If you have questions or require additional information, contact Liz McAdory at Liz.McAdory@VDOT.Virginia.gov.
VDOT is working on an update to the Park and Ride Lot web pages. The pages will include a new map for Park and Ride locations with search functions as well as resources to begin using Park and Ride lots or RideSharing. Check back September, 2012.