Parking and Transportation

Whether you're driving to class or taking public transportation, our three conveniently located campuses are easily accessible—and MC students ride the county's extensive Ride On Bus system for no additional fee. 

Parking on Campus

You must obtain a parking permit to park on campus and other College properties. Log in to the Parking Portal to obtain your permit, pay a citation, or appeal a citation.

Parking Portal

 

Visitors may obtain a temporary permit at each campus's Safety and Security Office or Welcome Center. Vendors and contractors can go to the Safety and Security Office for a permit. 

Germantown Campus: Security, SA 282, 240-567-7777 (recorded line); Welcome Center; SA 100, 240-567-5000   
Rockville Campus: Security, CB 101, 240-567-5111 (recorded line); Welcome Center; SB 101, 240-567-5000
Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus: Security, ST 117, 240-567-1600 (recorded line); Welcome Center; ST 122, 240-567-5000

Citations may be paid online or at the cashier's office on campus. Visitor appeals may be filed by emailing the citation number and the appeal reason to parking@montgomerycollege.edu.

Disabled parking spaces are located on each campus for use by persons with disabilities who display an authorized disability license plate or hangtag.

You must apply through the Motor Vehicle Administration to obtain an authorized disability parking permit, whether it be for a temporary or permanent accommodation. The MVA is the only authorized issuing agency for disabled plates and placards. College Parking or Public Safety cannot grant disabled parking privileges on campus.

A properly displayed MC parking permit is also required. Security reserves the right to check the state identification card issued along with the permit. The person who is issued the plate or hangtag must be the driver or an occupant in the vehicle when it is parked to legally use a handicapped parking space.

Students with disabilities having a problem finding parking in an ADA space should contact a parking attendant, call security at the numbers below, or use an emergency phone in the parking lot to contact security to get assistance finding a parking space. Security will assist students by directing the student to an available accessible parking space or by allowing the student to park in an otherwise reserved area.

Germantown Campus: Security, SA 282, 240-567-7777 (recorded line); Welcome Center; SA 100, 240-567-5000
Rockville Campus: Security, CB 101, 240-567-5111 (recorded line); Welcome Center; SB 101, 240-567-5000
Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus: Security, ST 117, 240-567-1600 (recorded line); Welcome Center; ST 122, 240-567-5000

When registering in-person at any WD&CE Customer Service location you will receive a temporary (30-day) parking permit. If the duration of your class is more than 30 days, you must print out the free parking permit to use for the remainder of your class. To print your permit, log in to the Parking Portal using your MyMC information. Click on Get Permits, then follow the instructions and enter the correct information for your vehicle and class. Be sure to click PRINT on the confirmation page and display the printed permit in your vehicle. The Parking Permit will not be mailed to you. 

2018-2019 Parking Permit and Citation Fees  (PDF, Download Acrobat Reader) 

The College regulates parking on any campus or property owned by the College, including requiring the use of and payments for permits, the assessment of penalties for parking violations, the establishment of methods for the collection of fines, and the institution of an appropriate appeals process for all persons parking at its facilities, including but not limited to students, full-time and part-time employees, vendors, and visitors. Any person violating this policy is subject to fines and penalties. The College will publicize and disseminate all parking fees. See the College's complete Motor Vehicle Regulations policy

If you have any questions, please contact Mark Pace, transportation and parking manager, at 240-567-4213, or Rose Denegal, at 240-567-5371, or via e-mail at parking@montgomerycollege.edu.

Campus Shuttle

MC Shuttle

MC Shuttle Schedule - Fall 2018  (PDF, Download Acrobat Reader)  – Schedule updated for 9/4/2018 for the Rockville Campus Mannakee Building Stop. Please note new times and stop location.

The MC Shuttle operates during the fall and spring semesters from the first day of classes through the Friday of exam week. The shuttle runs between campuses throughout the day Monday through Friday while classes are in session. Students, faculty, and staff may ride any MC Shuttle at no charge. The MC Shuttle resumes for the fall semester on August 27, 2018, and will run through December 16, 2018. 

  • For Fall 2018, we will be using a larger shuttle between the Takoma Park/Silver Spring and Rockville Campuses. 
  • The stop on the Takoma Park side of campus will be eliminated due to the larger shuttle and the PEPCO construction project for the next two years. 

You can track the shuttles in real-time on your phone via the RLS Shuttle app (available for Apple and Android) or from a computer via Ride-Systems. Shuttle times are also posted on campus on digital signs. 

Public Transportation Options

As a Montgomery College student, you can take Ride On buses free of charge—24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Just show the Ride On driver your MC student ID card with a current semester sticker. Express routes may incur a fee. The Fall and Spring stickers are valid from the start of the semester through the last day of final exams. The Winter Session and Summer Session stickers are valid for the dates of the session.

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority provides public transportation throughout DC, Maryland, and Virginia. See WMATA schedules, maps, and more

There are Bikeshare stations on the Rockville Campus (in Lot 10) and on the Takoma Park/Silver Spring East Campus (near the bridge to the West Campus). Learn how Bikeshare works and locate other stations

Commuter Connections is a regional network of transportation organizations coordinated by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. If you live or work in the Metropolitan Washington, DC, area, Commuter Connections can provide you with information on all your commute options, so you can make a smart choice about how you travel to work. 
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