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Ride-Hailing Pick-Up Zones FAQ

UCLA Transportation has partnered with ride-hailing companies Lyft and Uber to designate 13 on-campus passenger pick-up zones in an effort to prioritize pedestrian and bicyclist safety and improve traffic flow and reduce traffic impediments.
Pick-up zones will be enforced 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
TheUCLA Center for Accessible Educationhas offered to transport students with mobility impairments to these zones in a CAE van.
Only ride-hailing drivers may be cited for violating this ordinance.
Medical center patients and visitors will not be impacted by these changes. Pick-up zones will not be implemented south of Charles E. Young Dr. South.
There are 13 zones spread throughout campus; you can find a map of the specific locationshere.
No, services such as UberEats are considered drop-offs, so any location where the curb permits for deliveries and drop offs are allowed.
All locations are within a three- to five-minute walk from most campus buildings.