Clinic Parking and Transportation
Parking Ramp Tour
Our parking ramp opened for use in November 2022. We appreciate all of our patients, staff, and other visitors for bearing with us through that project. We also want to give a special thanks to our Real Estate Partner Executive Committee for their planning and adaptability, as well as to Brandon Jensen and the crew of Tri-North Builders and Andy Kessenich of D.L. Evans for making this a reality.
Our parking ramp won the 2022 Associated General Contractors of Wisconsin Industrial Projects Build Wisconsin Award
The new parking ramp has 3 levels:
L1 or “Blue” level: The entrance to this level is on Regent Street and has a walkway into the front door of the clinic. This level is for patients and non-staff visitors only.
P1 or “Green” level: The entrance to this level is accessible from either Regent Street or Price Place. This level gives direct access out to a walkway into the lower level of the clinic. This level is for patients and non-staff visitors only.
P2 or “Red” level: This is the lowest level of the ramp and is the staff-only parking portion of the ramp. We ask that you do not park in this portion of the ramp. Our staff have parking tags that will be monitored to ensure proper use of the ramp.
Bike racks will be located on P2 and L1.
Please note, button number "1" on the parking ramp elevator brings you to the top level .
For pregnant patients and patients with young children, there are two spots at the front of the clinic reserved for your use. These spots give access to the upper level of the clinic.
Handicap and elderly patient parking stalls are available on the side of the clinic on Regent Street. Please note that these stalls give access to a ramp to the lower level of the clinic.
The elevator is a small space, so we ask that you check our current policy and procedures prior to entrance.
The elevator is ADA-compliant, and all signs have braille translations.
Find Street Parking
New Metro routes, maps, and schedules are in effect. To receive schedule materials in the mail, you can call (608) 266-4466 or email email@example.com. Map booklets are also available at all Madison library locations.