Your vehicle is a moped if it is licensed as a moped. If so, "MOPED" will be printed on your Wisconsin license plate (or equivalent designation in another state).
- Moped users must purchase and display a valid permit from Parking Services.
- Mopeds must park in the parking areas listed below. Mopeds
are not permitted to park in bicycle storage areas near academic buildings.
- Mopeds may park in bicycle storage areas directly adjacent to residence halls.
- Caution: Mopeds cannot be operated on a pedestrian walkway or campus bike route. Operation of a motor vehicle
on a walkway is a violation of both university regulations and state traffic laws.
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Moped Permit Cost
Mopeds must display a campus moped permit. The permit costs $15/yr and is available from Parking Services
Mopeds - Where to park:
- A designated motorcycle pad in a parking lot (see locations below)
- A designated moped only pad/area (see locations below)
- A bicycle rack ONLY near a residence hall
Locations: Motorcycle pads:
- Lot 1 (east of Fryklund Hall)
- Lot 10 (north of Heritage Hall)
- Lot 18 (east of Jarvis Hall)
- Lot 29 (south of Applied Arts Building)
- Lot 4 (west of the Sports & Fitness Center) - allows overnight parking
- Lot 27 (south of the General Services Building) - allows overnight parking
- Lot 30 (north of the University Services Building)
- Lot 14 (near Bowman Hall / Millennium Hall)
- Lot 21 (near Student Health Services) - allows overnight parking
- Lot 32 (north of Red Cedar Hall) - allows overnight parking
- South of Bowman Hall
- Lot 14 (spaces south of Millennium Hall near Voc Rehab)
- Near the Swanson Learning Center - 10th Ave entrance (south side of the concrete bollards - not on the sidewalk)
- Near Lot 18 (west and south curbs)
- North of Lot 3 (north campus off 2nd Street West) - allows overnight parking
Moped Parking Areas Near Residence Halls:
- In bike areas directly adjacent to residence halls
- Mopeds cannot be operated on sidewalks to access bike parking areas
- Wisconsin registered mopeds must conform to the equipment specifications identified in 340.01(29m), Wisconsin State Statutes.
- For those students who own moped licensed in the state of Minnesota the primary law that addresses moped/motorized bicycle usage is Minnesota State Statute 169.223. Mopeds/motorized bicycles are defined in Minnesota State Statute 169.01, Subd. 4a
- The Motorcycle Safety Foundation has a booklet on scooter safety at this link: http://www.msf-usa.org/downloads/Scooter_tips-screen.pdf
- Moped riders may not carry passengers
- Moped riders must wear eye protection at all times
- Mopeds cannot be operated on a sidewalk at any time.
- Mopeds must be registered and display license plates