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UCLA transit pass programs improved accessibility and reduced emissions in 2023

Ivy Kwok, a graduate student in environmental engineering, with a Bruin Grad Pass.

State of the Commute tracks Bruins’ footsteps, bike and bus routes, vehicle trips and electric scooter rides, and in 2023, more miles were traveled sustainably due to expanded transit pass programs, according to the UCLA Transportation annual report.

Nearly 28,000 UCLA-issued transit passes were distributed — an all-time high for UCLA Transportation, whose annual report reviews travel trends, mobility developments and the commuting habits of the nearly 86,000 students, faculty, staff and others who travel to campus to learn, work, conduct research and visit.

Read the full story on UCLA Newsroom.