UCLA Transportation annually produces a report highlighting the commuting characteristics of the nearly 41,000 UCLA students and more than 26,000 staff and faculty members. This year’s State of the Commute, featuring graphs, charts and tables, shows continued progress for increased campus access and mobility.

A few highlights from this year’s report include:

  • In 2011, UCLA’s drive-alone rate was 52.9% for employees, much lower than LA County as a whole, where nearly 72% of all commuters drive alone to work.
  • Public transit pass sales in 2011 increased by 19% compared to 2010.
  • For the eighth consecutive year, UCLA’s campus traffic count resulted in a lower number of vehicle trips than last year’s count.

Read the official news release or the complete report.