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Record Number of Traffic Deaths in 2016


More people are dying on California roads—and across the country. Both California and the U.S. saw a hike in traffic fatalities last year, reaching their highest level in nearly a decade. In the state, roughly 3,680 people died in traffic collisions, a 13% increase from the previous year. Nationally, that number hit an estimated 40,000, […]


UCLA Food Drive 2016


What better way to start the holiday season than by giving back to our community? Join us as we prepare to kick off the annual UCLA Food Drive! Hosted by UCLA Events & Transportation, the UCLA Food Drive will be collecting goods and funds from Nov. 14 to Dec. 15 to support the Los Angeles […]


6 Things You Might Not Know About UCLA Transportation

Share the Road

1. UCLA has continued to grow, but we’ve helped traffic congestion shrink. UCLA’s campus population has grown by over 3,000 people during the last five years. However, through our wide range of programs, we have been able to reduce vehicle trips to campus by 25% in the last decade alone, allowing for a significant decrease of […]


Earth Month Activities and Events

The view from Hedrick Hall, looking east across the campus to downtown Los Angeles. Janss Steps lead up the hill to Royce Hall and Powell Library, two of UCLA's original buildings (1929).

This year, make Earth Month your month. Earth is teeming with life, so why not take a little bit of yours to celebrate it? There are tons of Earth Month events at UCLA and around the LA area throughout April. You won’t just be pulling weeds at these events. You’ll have some fun in the sun while […]


UCLA Releases Annual ‘State of the Commute’ Report


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 […]