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UC Riverside is now recognized as a Bronze-level Bicycle Friendly University by the League of American Bicyclists!
UCR employees that log their commute trips (including working remotely from home) have a chance of winning monthly prizes offered through IE Commuter.
RTA will continue to operate on a reduced schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic and will make minor route and schedule changes to maintain performance and improve connections.
In collaboration with the League of American Bicyclists’ (LAB), UC Riverside is working towards becoming an official Bicycle Friendly University.
UCR Bikes is offering free bike safety courses for all students and staff. Gain confidence in bicycling on your commute or traveling around town.
Using Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR or LPR), parking enforcement officers will use advanced technology that scans the license plate of parked vehicles.
Effective immediately, students and staff will no longer swipe their ID card to board the RTA bus. RTA has switched to a new, contactless fare system in which you use your mobile device to board. To get your free transit pass you will be required to log in to your UCR Transportation Services account and...
Refer to our COVID-19 operational page for more information regarding Transportation and Parking Services/Fleet Services.
Morley Construction has begun work to bring new high-voltage electrical circuits to the University area from a local electrical substation. The work is being done under permits from the Riverside Public Utility. As part of this work, there will be impacts on parking and traffic in the surrounding community outline below. On-street parking on Canyon...
Construction on a new parking structure (PS1) is expected to start at the end of January and anticipated to be completed by the start of the 2021 Spring Quarter.
Construction will begin in late January or early February on a $30 million, 1,079-space parking structure that will provide four levels of parking for students, staff, faculty, and visitors.
A new parking structure will be built on the eastern portion of Parking Lot 13 with construction beginning in late January 2020 and completed in Spring 2021.
Transportation Services is in the process of moving to Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR or LPR).
Due to limited parking availability on campus, freshman residents should plan on NOT bringing a vehicle to campus with them.
View the Transportation Services Activities and Permit Rates for 2019-2020.
The Riverside Hunter Park/UCR Station is an official county-sponsored Park & Ride lot and offers complimentary parking (see map) for commuters.
As part of Transportation Services facility maintenance program, the department has secured a contract for asphalt maintenance on campus.