Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

September 26, 2013

Campus EV Parking Map (PDF)

Level 1 and Level 2 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging is available for the UCLA community and for visitors who want "top-off" charging.

Level 1 charges are free to valid permit holders. 

Locations

LEVEL 1 (120V)

  • Parking Structure 121 EV charging stalls are located in the "Permit Parking" section on the south wall of Level 3, and another 21 EV charging stalls located on the south wall of Level 4.
  • Parking Structure 2: Located in the “Permit Parking” section on the south ramp center aisle between Level 2 and Level 3.
  • Parking Structure 3: Located in the "Permit Parking" section along the west wall of Level 2.
  • Parking Structure 7: Located along the north wall on Level P1.
  • Parking Structure 8: Located in the “Permit Parking” section near the Level 3 entrance.


LEVEL 2 (240V)

Pay Station Area:

  • Parking Structure MP: One EV charging stall is located near the exit on Level 1.
  • Parking Structure 5: Three EV charging stalls are located on Level 6 (roof level) in the southwest corner. 
  • Parking Structure 32: Two EV charging stalls are located on the ramp between Level 1 and Level 2 at the northeast corner (4-hour limit).
  • Parking Structure SV: Four EV charging stalls are located on Level P1 (top level) in the southwest corner.
Permit Area:


Charging Fees and Time Limits

Level 1 charges are free for valid permit holders. Customers may leave the vehicle for unlimited active charging time. Please be aware of the "no garaging of vehicles" policy.

Level 2 EV stations have a four-hour time limit for parking, and cost $2 an hour. Payment is accessed through the ChargePoint Network


Charging Instructions

Park in a designated EV charging stall, and only use the outlet designated for that stall. Avoid placing your cable where it might create a pedestrian hazard, and remember to secure your cable while it’s in use. The University cannot be held liable for theft or damage to your equipment. 

Level 1 charging stations are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Level 2 charging stations are for charging in the adjacent stall. These stalls are for active EV charging only and not just for EV parking. 

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Access and Parking Instructions for Visitors

Parking Structures 1, 2, 3, 7, and 8: Visit an Information & Parking Booth and purchase a daily permit for the structure you would like to park in to use the EV charging station. There is no time limit at these locations for active charging, except for four Level 2 charging stations located in PS 1. Level 2 stations have a four-hour time limit for charging. Daily permits expire at 6:59 a.m. the following day. If no charging stalls are available in the desired area, please return to the booth immediately for a refund.

Parking Structures 5, 32, MP, and SV: Park in an EV charging station and purchase your parking permit at the pay station kiosk by the hour. There is a four-hour time limit for charging.


Access and Parking Instructions for UCLA Permit Holders 

Clean Fuel Permit
If you meet California Environmental Protection Agency, Air Resources Board requirements for a White Clean Air Decal (with the exception of CNG vehicles) and are otherwise eligible for a UCLA parking permit, you can purchase a Clean Fuel Permit.

Other UCLA Permit Holders
If you do not have a Clean Fuel Permit, you can obtain a cross-parking/transfer permit from any information kiosk, which will count toward your rolling three-month limit of three transfers. After your four-hour limit is reached, you will have to move your vehicle out of the charging stall and into a permit parking space within the same structure.

Bruin Commuter Club (BCC) Members
If you are a Bruin Commuter Club member, you can use your BCP privilege for parking at an EV charging location. You can obtain a BCP permit for Parking Structure 1, 5, 9, or 32 from any Information & Parking Booth. If you have a BCC coupon code, you can also purchase parking for PS 5 and PS 32 at a pay station. After your four-hour limit is reached at the EV space, you will have to move your vehicle out of the charging stall and into a permit parking space within the same structure.

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Smartphone Applications

EV charging can be easy by using any of the following smartphone applications:

PlugShare
Find EV charging stations and share electricity with others.
iPhone | Android

EV Charger Finder
Locate public charging stations anywhere.
iPhone