Students should submit a request for transportation or parking related accommodation using the SDS online application. If the request is time sensitive, students can also email the local SDS coordinator for their school to expedite the process or contact Transportation directly.
Hopkins operates fixed route shuttles throughout Baltimore and DC between the Hopkins campuses and local transportation hubs. Real-time vehicle tracking information is available for all routes. Most are wheelchair accessible and will make stops throughout the route to drop off passengers closer to their destinations. Please call (410)-516-4200 for additional information and to confirm accessibility features.
- Accessible Transportation is available for all people with disabilities and students with disabilities who will need ongoing services can work with SDS to ensure that the full range of services are available and best options identified. After eligibility is established, daytime rides can be arranged by calling (410) 516-4200 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Homewood Night Ride provides rides on request on the Blue Jay Shuttles. Rides can be arranged by calling (410) 516-4200 or by using the TransLoc App. A wheelchair accessible van is available upon request. You can also visit http://ondemand.transloc.com to book an on-demand Blue Jay Shuttle ride.
- Please note: Since student parking is limited, working with SDS to establish the need for on campus parking will be the first step. Once eligibility is established, Accessible Parking is coordinated through the parking office and requires an approved MD state accessible parking hangtag for long term parking. Short-term accessible parking can be provided for up to 4 weeks with proper documentation of an injury or disability. Accessible parking is offered at a discount rate of $68/month. Designated spaces are available throughout the campus and noted on the Campus Parking Map as well as the Homewood Campus Accessibility Map. Parking can be reached by phone at (410) 516-7275 (PARK) and can be emailed at email@example.com.
E. Baltimore & Bayview (medical) Campuses
- E. Baltimore Parking: The Johns Hopkins Hospital Parking Department does not issue permanent or temporary Accessible Parking permits to individuals. Accessible parking spaces are available for employees/students who display the disability placard or have disability plates. The accessible parking spaces in JHH lots and garages are available on a first come, first served basis.
Phone: (410) 955-5333
Location: 600 N. Wolfe Street, Harvey/Nelson 108, Baltimore, MD 21287
Hours: 8 am to 4 pm
Harbor East Campus
- Carey Business School student parking is available at a monthly rate of $84; please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information about accessible parking.
- Peabody provides a free Escort Van Service from 6 pm through 2 am throughout the academic year. This van is part of the Blue Jay Shuttle service and provides transportation for Peabody community members traveling to and from the Peabody campus and their off-campus residence. It is designed to enhance the safety and security of those members traveling within the area of service, which is approximately a one-mile (12 city block) radius from the center of campus.
- Use the TransLoc App or call 410-516-8700 to request the service.
- Limited parking is available in the Peabody Garage at 606 Saint Paul Street; contact SDS at firstname.lastname@example.org to request accessible parking or transportation.
- Johns Hopkins University students can park underneath the Bernstein-Offit Building at 1717 Massachusetts Ave, NW for a discounted rate of $7 between 4 p.m.–11 p.m. Monday–Friday, and on Saturdays from 7 a.m.– 6 p.m. JHU ID is required.
- Students, faculty, and visitors can also park at a rate of $7 after 4:30 p.m. at the Central Parking Garage on 1800 Massachusetts Avenue (located underneath the SEIU Building, just one block east of the Bernstein-Offit Building). The garage is open Monday through Friday and closes at 11 p.m.
- Contact AAPDisability@jh.edu, email@example.com or SAISDisability@jh.edu for information about accessible parking and transportation.