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The campus services provider, which continues to add electric vehicles, earned a No.1 ranking among university fleet operations.
Closed during the pandemic, the shop boasts an expanded array of services for Bruin cyclists
Transportation will be available from 7 p.m. till 2 a.m. to help students studying late.
In addition to reviewing progress from 2022, the report looks ahead to future transportation developments, including the opening of a new subway extension and the campus’s hosting the athlete village for the 2028 Olympic Games.
From March 18 through March 23, on-demand rides can be booked from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m.
UCLA Transportation’s first-ever EV Readiness Plan outlines electrification projects to help commuters and advance campus sustainability.
In order to best serve Bruins, it is imperative that the Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project includes a stop on campus.
This improved public transportation will also improve the education and employment opportunities of UCLA students.
Sometimes there is such thing as a free lunch (or in this case, a free bike).
UCLA Transportation encourages Bruins to rethink their rides during sustainable transportation month
Bicycling, carpooling and using public transportation advance the campus’s sustainability goals
Construction for the Westwood/UCLA metro station continues on Wilshire Boulevard.
May 17–19 will feature the return of on-campus ‘pit stops’ and the annual Bike Week luncheon.
State of the Commute report finds UCLA had lowest-ever rate of commutes by solo drivers.
The Los Angeles Metro launched a ride-hailing service in the Westwood area.
Not only was the telecommuting program popular with employees, but a survey of management showed that more than 90% felt it was effective.
Culver City buses provide commuting students an environmentally friendly way to get to Westwood. UCLA now offers eligible students one free quarterly transit pass to encourage commuters to use sustainable transportation.
There are free and subsidized passes for several transit agencies, including local and commuter lines.
State of the Commute report shows that more remote work would reduce greenhouse gas emissions and alleviate parking demand.