What is carpooling?
Carpooling (also car-sharing, ride-sharing and lift-sharing) is the sharing of car journeys so that more than one person travels in a car, and prevents the need for others to have to drive to a location themselves. Having more than one person in a car reduces fuel costs, tolls, traffic congestion, vehicle emissions and is a more sustainable way to travel.
Why should I carpool?
- Save time - Skip the queues with access to T2 and T3 lanes when you share a ride to university.
- Save money - Share costs for petrol, tolls and parking
- Cut stress - Share the traffic burden and get some time back in your day when you take it in turns to drive. Plus, meet new people and make new friends on campus!
- Reduce your carbon emissions
- Access to PRIORITY PARKING if you purchase for a vPermit and apply for a carpool permit (contact email@example.com for details)
Conditions of Use
- Carpool parking permits allows registered applicants to park within car parking spots marked “Carpool – Special Permit Required”
- A Carpool parking permit is a virtual permit and linked to your nominated vehicle registration(s)
- Nominated vehicle registration(s) amendments must be made in writing to security’s client services officer.
- Carpool parking permit holders are required to travel with a minimum of two persons in their vehicle when using a dedicated Carpool parking area.
- Carpool parking permits are not transferable to another non-registered person or vehicle.
- Carpool parking permit holders may have their vPermit disqualified upon breaching any of these conditions of use
- A carpool parking vPermit does not permit parking in the absence of a valid Macquarie University carparking permit.
Allocation of a carpool parking vPermit does NOT guarantee a parking space