Since 1997, UBC's Transportation Planning staff have been working to reduce automobile trips to and from campus by providing you with sustainable and active transportation options including transit, carpooling, walking and cycling.
Transportation Planning provides a variety programs and facilities to the UBC Community, including the U-Pass BC and Employer Transit Pass Programs, end-of-trip facilities for cyclists, and an Emergency Ride Home program, to name a few. See our Transportation Options web page for more information on our programs.
Over the years, UBC's transportation strategies have proven successful; today, the majority of commutes made to UBC are by sustainable modes of transportation. Since 1997, we've more than doubled transit ridership to campus, and have 12,000 fewer cars coming to campus each day. For information on our latest transportation statistics and to see how we have made progress since 1997, please review our Transportation Status Reports available here.