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UC Irvine aims to reduce its impact on the environment by decreasing the total number of vehicle trips to, from, and on campus.  Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to walk, bike, or take advantage of the various alternatives offered by the Sustainable Transportation program including carpool, vanpool, and shuttle/bus programs. Sustainable Transportation provides incentives to individuals who walk, bike, or share a ride to campus. These measures, in conjunction with other transportation innovations, improve air quality and reduce vehicle congestion in and around the campus community.

UCI's first hydrogen bus is unveiled at Celebrate UCI. Jocelyn Lee/UC Irvine communications

UCI’s first hydrogen bus is unveiled at Celebrate UCI.
Jocelyn Lee/UC Irvine communications

Transportation and Distribution Services offers a number of sustainable commuting options including carpool matching services, vanpools, subsidized OCTA bus passes, rebates on train tickets, and other convenient, cost-effective options that can significantly reduce your monthly transportation expenses. All Sustainable Transportation programs include employee incentives for a number of complimentary daily permits on those rare occasions when you drive alone, and a guaranteed ride home program for unexpected emergencies. To learn more about specific modes, call a sustainable transportation coordinator at (949) 824-RIDE (7433) who will work with you to create a personalized, convenient, and cost-effective transportation plan.


UCI Interactive Sustainability Map

To find out where our transportation programs are on campus, browse the UCI Sustainability map below.


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Sustainable Transportation Student Research

UCI Master of Public Health Practicum Project: Factors and Barriers Affecting Use of Active and Sustainable Transportation Among UC Irvine Students by Samer Khan, 2018-2019 CNI Student Engagement Fellow The University of California’s Carbon [...]

June 6th, 2019|
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