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Getting Road Ready for National Preparedness Month

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Here in Southern California, around the U.S. and abroad, fires ignited, waters rose, winds grew strong and the ground shook. The recent sequence of back-to-back natural disasters like Texas’ Hurricane Harvey and the Mexico City earthquake are violently direct reminders that emergency situations can arise at any time — including during your commute. It’s critical […]

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The 7th Annual Bike Recycling Day is Almost Here!

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Bike Recycling Day is back and set for Sunday, November 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the rooftop of Parking Structure 8! As always, you will have the opportunity to receive used bikes or used bike parts for FREE. For those new to UCLA, Bike Recycling Day is our popular annual event where UCLA Transportation gives abandoned bikes and […]

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UCLA Rideshare Month 2017

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Tired of dealing with traffic or paying for parking? Join UCLA Transportation in celebrating UCLA Rideshare Month during October! WHAT IS RIDESHARE Rideshare is the shared use of transportation through public transit, carpool, vanpool, biking and walking. PLEDGE TO SHARE THE RIDE Pledge with UCLA Transportation to commute to UCLA by public transit, carpool, vanpool, bike, or foot from now until October […]

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Uber and Lyft Ride-Hailing Areas Set for Commencement

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Thousands of Ubers and Lyfts will be coming into campus when Commencement weekend kicks off this Friday, June 16. Now, for the first time, UCLA Transportation has teamed up with Uber and Lyft to regulate these ride-hailing services by designating six specific pick-up and drop-off locations (map below): Gateway Plaza De Neve turnaround Luskin School of […]

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UCLA is a Bike-Friendly University

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UCLA is Silver status Bicycle Friendly University awarded by the League of American Cyclists. And while it may be true that the hill-strewn topography on and around campus makes it difficult for commuting bicyclists, we have extensive bike programs and infrastructure to help mitigate that challenge. That’s why out of the 61,520 students and employees commuting to […]

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