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Soon You Will Have to Pay to Park at Metro Rail Stations

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Metro seems to be brimming with new programs this year. First, the new Gold Line Expansion opened. Then on May 20th, three new Expo Line stations will be unveiled. And now, to top it all off, a pilot parking free program will be implemented at nine Metro Rail stations, starting with the Expo Line. The […]

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Sign Up for Free Smart Cycling Classes and Get Free Gear

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Attention all Bruin commuters! Are you seeking to increase your knowledge of road safety? Want to know how to avoid hazardous situations that may negatively impact your commute? Then sign up for Smart Cycling classes this month! The UCLA Bike Shop will be holding two classes this spring in order to help you, the rider, learn all […]

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Be Alert Bruins: Take the Time

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There are roughly 1.7 million rear-end collisions in the U.S. every year. Nearly 2,000 people die in those collisions and another 500,000 are injured. At UCLA, it’s the most frequent type of collision reported, accounting for 37% of all incidents and half of all costs incurred. The main cause is tailgating, according to the California Driver Handbook. UCLA […]

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Transit Driver Appreciation Day

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Tomorrow is Transit Driver Appreciation Day, and a little “thank you” can go a long way. So we’re asking you to take a second out of your time to tell your BruinBus driver how much you appreciate their dedicated service and commitment to safety. BruinBus drivers shuttle over 1.2 million community members around campus every year. Everyone is […]

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UCLA Releases Annual ‘State of the Commute’ Report

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Amid a growing population of staff, faculty and students, UCLA Transportation is still on track to reach its Climate Action Plan goal of a 50% alternative transportation commute rate, according to its newly-released “State of the Commute” report. In 2015, UCLA’s drive-alone rate was close to 54% for employees, significantly lower than Los Angeles County as a whole, where […]

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