Ride-Hailing Pick-Up Zones FAQ
UCLA Transportation has partnered with ride-hailing companies Lyft and Uber to designate 14 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 Monday through Friday between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. After 6:00 p.m. each weekday and all weekend long, Lyft and Uber drivers will be able to pick up riders on campus anywhere it is safe and legal to do so.
The UCLA Center for Accessible Education has 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 14 zones spread throughout campus; you can find a map of the specific locations here.
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.