Noah Hillman Garage
The Noah Hillman Garage is the largest and most convenient parking garage open to the public for visiting the Naval Academy, and is open to the public after renovations June 14th, 2023.
The new garage includes: more parking spaces (165 more than the old garage); gateless entry and exit; easier payments through the app (Premium Parking), text-to-pay, or at payment kiosks; two elevators; two public restrooms; stormwater controls; EV charging stations (nine in total, including six Level III “fast” chargers and three Level II’s); 594 solar panels on the roof that will generate 281 kWh (enough for all connected loads for the garage itself); bicycle racks; greater ADA accessibility; increased lighting for public safety; space counter indicators at the entrances on Gorman Street and Duke of Gloucester; and more.
The New Annapolis Current:
Free 10-Minute Trolley
This 10 Minute trolley follows a route between Whitmore Garage, Gotts Parking Garage, Calvert Street Parking Garage, St Johns College, Maryland Ave, State Circle and Church Circle (view route here).
Shuttle Hours of Operation:
Friday - Saturday: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
On-Demand Rideshare: Annapolis Go
As of July 17, 2023, the City’s contract with Via, who operates Annapolis Go, has ended. The Annapolis Transportation Department is currently reviewing bids to relaunch a ride-share program through internal transit operations later this summer/early fall.
Free Circulating Shuttle
The re-branded downtown Circulator shuttle. The downtown shuttle will continue to operate between Westgate Circle/Park Place and City Dock with stops along West Street, Duke of Gloucester, Compromise Street, and Main Street.
The Magenta Shuttle is operated by Reston Limousine in conjunction with Annapolis Transit and will remain free to riders.
The Magenta Shuttle will now run one shuttle on Sunday mornings because City garages (Park Place, Gotts, Knighton, and Hillman) are open and free between the hours of 6 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Sundays.