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TAMK Student's Handbook

Campus parking

Campus parking and maps

Staff and student parking on TAMK's main campus

You can purchase a parking permit through the eParking system. Use HAKA-login. 

You can find all the car parks available across the campuses and the permit rates in the eParking system. If you purchase a general parking permit, please note that the permit only allows you to park on your campus if space is available. The general permit does not guarantee a space. You can store multiple vehicle registration numbers in the eParking system, but only one may be active at any one time. When you park on campus, you must ensure that the correct registration number is activated through eParking. You can also activate a different registration number via your smartphone; the changes will become immediately effective in the eParking system.  

You will also need a parking permit to park a motorcycle on your campus. The registration number of your motorcycle must be stored and activated in the eParking system.

All campus car parks are patrolled by traffic wardens of the City of Tampere and subject to enforcement. The wardens determine whether drivers hold a valid parking permit based on their active vehicle registration number. 

All staff parking permits include the option of parking on any of the campuses (city centre campus, TAMK main campus, Kauppi campus, Hervanta campus) on five days each month to attend meetings or for other work-related purposes. On the selected days, you will be able to park on any number of the campuses. This feature is available under My reservations on the main page of the eParking system. Please note that you have to select the days when you need the extra parking privileges.   

Terminating a parking licence

A parking licence can be terminated in the middle of the contract period. All parking places have a 1-month period of termination. The period of termination is calculated from the last day of the month when the parking licence was terminated. Terminating the parking licence happens in the eParking service according to the conditions mentioned above. The money already paid for the service for forthcoming months will be reimbursed. When you have questions about parking, contact the parking operator via info [at] eparking.fi (info[at]eparking[dot]fi).

Quick guide to using the eparking app when you start daily parking

1. Sign into the eParking.fi app via Haka login. Open the app.
2. Move the car icon shown on the map to the campus until you see the text TUNI henkilökunnan päivälupa 3.00 €/vrk, which translates as TUNI staff day permit €3/day.
3. In ADD PARKING, feed in your car license plate and press Continue. Choose the necessary number of hours from the drop-down menu. You can park for up to 24 hours with the same €3 daily fee.

Payment happens based on the credit card info you have fed into the app via Payment methods > Short-term parking. You can fill in your information – license plate number and credit card info – in the app already before parking. You will get a receipt about your short-time parking into your tuni.fi email.

Inquiries:
IGL-Technologies Oy, customer services: email: info [at] eparking.fi, tel. +358 40 653 8556

Parking on the TAMK main campus requires a permit on weekdays from 8:00 to 16:00. Dedicated parking spaces are available for students, staff and visitors. The car parks are marked on the campus map:

In addition to a general permit, staff members may purchase a named parking space through the eParking system. If you are assigned to work at two different locations on a permanent basis (with one of locations being the TAMK main campus), you will be entitled to a 50% discount on the staff parking permit. 

Visitor parking

Dedicated visitor parking spaces are available on the TAMK main campus. The only payment options for visitors are the mobile apps Parkman and Easypark. Visitor parking costs €2.50/hour on weekdays from 8:00 to 16:00.

Inquiries:
Helena Leppikangas, tel. 358 40 846 5879, helena.leppikangas [at] tuni.fi

Kuva TAMKin pääkampuksen kartasta
Published: 30.1.2019
Updated: 1.9.2023