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Ronald Fleming

Transportation and Distribution Services (T&DS) provides a wide variety of resources for the UCI community including campus maps, parking information, and sustainable commute solutions for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and savings on travel costs. Our team also manages traffic signal systems, campus fleet, mail and long-term storage services, passport and document scanning, and so much more. We hope you will take a moment to learn more about our quality programs by exploring this website.

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Ronald Fleming
Executive Director



ElectrifyUCIs EV Showcase on January 29
UCI Transportation is excited to present Pump2Plug's Electric Vehicle Showcase on Wednesday, January 29. Join us from 10 am to 2 pm at the Aldrich flagpoles to see the most popular zero-emission vehicles on the market. Several dealerships are offering discounts exclusive to the UCI community, through Pump2Plug. Financing options will also be available from local banking institutions & federal/state rebates are being offered to help you make the switch from the gas pump to the electric plug. In addition, join us to learn about UCI's EV charging network, explore advancements in alternative fuel, & earn prizes.

Click here for more information.

[Posted 1/17/20 10:50AM]

Roads and Lots

Lot 1 Partial Closure on January 21
On Tuesday, January 21, a portion of parking lot 1 has been reserved by the School of Social Sciences for their annual Lunar New Year Festival. Alternate parking, for faculty and staff who have general (C) or reserved (AR) permits, is available in Student Center Parking Structure and the Social Science Parking Structure.

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to accommodate this commemorative festival.

[Posted 1/17/20 10:58AM]

Zone 6 Parking Impacts in January
The top floor of the Student Center Parking Structure will be closed on Thursday, January 23. As a reminder, alternate parking for Zone 6 may be found in parking lots 5, 36, ARC, and white stalls in East Campus Parking Structure.

We understand the number of events being held on campus have an impact on parking availability and will continue to work with event coordinators to utilize alternate parking areas when possible. The T&DS website will be updated as event information is received. Thank you for your patience.

[Posted 1/17/20 10:51AM]

East Peltason Drive Impacts
Southern California Edison workers will be accessing manholes on East Peltason Drive on Monday, January 20 and on the evening of Thursday, January 26. For everyone's safety, please follow the warning signage and reduce your speed when traveling in construction zones. Thank you for your patience as we support infrastructure improvements.

[Posted 1/17/20 10:57AM]

Sustainable Transportation

Holiday Shuttle Reservations Available
Reserve your spot on the complimentary Holiday Shuttle for Thanksgiving, Winter, and Spring Break. Service will be provided between the main campus and John Wayne Airport, and between the main campus and the Irvine Transportation Center (Metrolink/Amtrak Station).

Click here to schedule your reservation today.

[Posted 9/25/19 5:02PM]

FlixBus now at UCI
UCI Transportation is excited to announce that another low-cost option for long-distance travel is available on campus. Ride in comfort with FlixBus and enjoy business class seating, power outlets at every seat, complimentary WiFi, and a selection of free movies and other entertainment. FlixBus routes from UCI include direct service to Los Angeles and San Diego, as well as long-distance travel to Las Vegas, Palm Springs, and northern California. One-way tickets can be purchased for as low as $5.

Explore travel options or book a trip today.

[Posted 1/8/20 2:57PM]

UCI named Platinum-level Bicycle Friendly University
The League of American Bicyclists, the oldest and most established biking advocacy organization in the U.S., has honored the University of California, Irvine with a Platinum-level Bicycle Friendly University award in recognition of the University’s achievements in promoting and enabling safe, accessible bicycling on campus.

This honor was achieved in great part by the enthusiastic support of our faculty, staff, and students who make biking an integral part of the campus culture. Visit for information on UCI’s biking programs.

[Posted 12/5/19 4:55PM]

Go From Pump 2 Plug Today!
Pump2Plug, an innovative program designed to spearhead the adoption of zero-emission vehicles at UCI, is available to full-time UCI faculty and staff. This incentive program offers up to three years of complimentary Level 1 EV charging for participants who switch their gasoline-powered commute to an all-electric or plug-in hybrid powered commute.

Click here to register for Pump2Plug.

[Posted 12/5/19 4:55PM]

Other News and Events

University Drive Widening Project
The City of Irvine began construction work on University Dr, between MacArthur Blvd and Campus Dr, to reduce traffic congestion for vehicles, bicyclists, & pedestrians. Once completed in Spring 2020, this project will widen University Drive with an additional traffic lane in each direction & add better facilities for pedestrians & bicyclists. To provide minimal impact to the campus, work will take place Monday-Friday, from 9 pm-5 am, with some additional work occurring from 9 am-3 pm.

For questions about the project, please email the City of Irvine at Thank you for your patience as we support the City of Irvine during this construction project.

[Posted 1/14/20 5:30PM]

Parking Facility Construction
UCI Transportation continues to work with campus planners to meet the demands of our growing University. UCI is currently in the process of reviewing proposals for qualified consultants who submitted a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) and will help advance the next phases of parking facility construction. As we continue through the process of developing our next parking facility, we will provide updates to the campus community.

[Posted 10/8/19 4:28PM]

Citations and the Appeal Process
In order to ensure the most efficient use of parking spaces on campus, UCI Transportation has established rules and regulations that are intended to enhance your safety, eliminate confusion while traveling or parking, and help you find the best way to deal with a parking citation. Our adjudication division will work with you to ensure that all citations are issued & resolved in a manner that follows state law & that allows you ample opportunity to file appeals.

Click here for a guide on the appeal process.

[Posted 12/5/19 1:25PM]

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