Transportation

Policy Target: reduce single-occupant student commuting by 10% from 2015 levels and have 50% zero emission or hybrid fleet by 2025

UCLA has a comprehensive award winning sustainable transportation program that offers transit subsidies through six different transit agencies, carpool and vanpool programs, bicycle rental and department bike programs, car share through zip car, and more.

As a result, UCLA has been able to reduce the percent of employees driving alone to campus to under 50% and students to 24%. The average in Los Angeles is 74% of people driving alone.

Overall, more than 63% of all commuters travel to UCLA by some form of sustainable transportation. This helps to achieve our long-term goal of at least 70% overall sustainable commuting by 2050.

UCLA has met their campus fleet goal and increasingly purchases zero emission and sustainable fuel vehicles – currently over 60%.

To learn more about how to get to campus in a sustainable way and reduce your footprint click here. You can also check out the UCLA Transportation Facebook Page for news and updates or the Be a Green Commuter Blog.


Planning Documents


Annual Reports


Media and Awards

UCLA Bike-U-mentary