Mobility provider Flix Bus offers convenient, affordable travel from the UCLA campus to various destinations around California and other cities.
The ACT 40 Under 40 awards recognize leaders in the transportation demand management industry.
Adding bike lanes makes campus streets and sidewalks safer for cyclists, e-scooter riders, motorists and pedestrians.
How to get around Los Angeles without a car, using public transportation.
Q&A with UCLA Administrative Vice Chancellor Michael Beck about the benefits of bike commuting.
Whatever the distance and whether you go back and forth by two feet, two wheels, or share the ride, these essential items can improve your commuting experience.
In honor of Earth Day on April 22, here is a list of four easy things you can do to make our air that much cleaner.
Here's how to calculate your carbon footprint to see the impact your individual lifestyle choices are making on the environment.
Whether you rely on a car, bicycle, bus, ride-hailing service or your own two legs, there are countless options to consider to get to class, run errands and arrive home.
Traveling by yourself in the city at night can be a scary experience. Make your solo nighttime transit rides a bit safer with these tips.
These bike-friendly neighborhoods have been recommended by members of the biking community for their safe and beautiful bike routes.
A report released this month confirms what Angeleno commuters experience all the time: Los Angeles has the world’s worst traffic congestion.
A growing number of people at UCLA are using electric scooters from Bird Rides. Here's an overview of campus road safety, as well as state laws regarding electric scooters.
Establishing a routine—which starts the night before—can improve your mood and energy level throughout the workday.
Many areas of LA have convenient public transit stops and bike routes that make driving obsolete. Here are four of the best neighborhoods to live in car-free.
After just experiencing our first bout of heavy rain in 2018, we thought it'd be wise to remind all Angelenos how to drive on wet roads.
There’s no reason to let a little distance come between a commuter student and a True Bruin experience. Here are some ways you can live the Bruin life.
Cyclists have to share the road with cars, sometimes with no access to bike paths or protected lanes. This means potentially dangerous encounters with motor vehicles.
There are tons of advantages to being part of the UCLA Transportation team. Just ask Elizabeth Gomez, an International Development Studies major who has worked as a valet attendant for over a year.
According to a new study, sustainable commutes can affect our sense of happiness and well-being by reducing bad feelings.