Commuting Alternatives: More Options, Better Access
Last Updated: October 16, 2014 11:59:00 AM PDT
Transportation Services provides faculty, staff, and students. cost-efficient, eco-friendly alternatives to driving. Each program offers unique incentives.
News & events
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ECO Pass for Faculty and Staff
ECO Pass is a MTS program that allows UC San Diego faculty and staff who enroll through payroll deduction to get 25% off a regional transit pass for access to all regular MTS and NCTD buses and the San Diego Trolley. Learn more
Triton U-Pass Rolls Out for Students This Fall
The new universal transit pass program offers unlimited ridership to eligible undergraduate and graduate students during fall, winter and spring quarters on bus and trolley/light rail routes.
Gilman Transit Center Becomes Operational
The new transit center serves the campus community with an enhanced network of buses. Learn more.
NEW Rapid 237 Route
MTS Rapid 237 service operates weekdays, during rush hour periods from 5:30–10:30 a.m. and from 2‒7 p.m. Rapid FAQ
Zipcar Expands Student Services
Students 18+ can now use any car in Zipcar’s global network, not just cars on campus. Join Zipcar.
Two or more commuters can register their carpool and receive incentives.
Zimride Ride-Matching Network
Faculty, staff, and students 18 and older with single sign-on access can form carpools and vanpools or find one-time rides using Zimride, UCSD’s free, online ride-matching service.
If you bike, hike, carpool, or take public transportation to UCSD, you can join Zipcar to use campus Zipcars for short personal or business-related trips.
Commuters who regularly cycle to campus or medical centers can join to receive incentives.
Triton Bikes Program
Reserve a free, refurbished bike for yourself or your department to get around campus.
Resources for Bicyclists
Safety information, rules, regulations, maps, and more
Several regional transit routes serve UCSD.
Reduced-fare passes and other incentives are available to commuters who take public transportation to UCSD
UCSD faculty, staff, and students are eligible to join campus or medical center vanpools at a subsidized rate.
UC San Diego is a smoke and tobacco-free campus.
Tell us how we're doing. If you have ideas for improving Transportation Services, please e-mail them to TellTPS@ucsd.edu.