For more information on Transportation Services operations, please click here. In response to the Yolo County Shelter in Place order and the Chancellor’s guidance to reduce campus operations,
Transportation Services lobby and Kiosks will be closed until further notice.

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Corona Virus

NOTICE: Health concerns brought on by COVID-19 have had an impact on transportation. While we remain committed to sustainable transportation, how we will be able to operate the goClub for the foreseeable future remains unclear. Funding for our program is made possible from parking revenue, which has seen an 80% decline since the shelter-in-place order came down, leaving little to no money to fully operate.

Information contained on these pages may change in the months ahead as we continue to adapt to the short- and long-term effects of this pandemic. Thank you for your interest in sustainable transportation during these difficult times.

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Why choose goCarpool?

Driving to campus? Grab a friend or someone on your same route (and schedule). Or, if you are able carpool and share the ride as your primary commute, we encourage you to give it a try. If you're concerned about getting started, try Zimride, a carpooling network for the Aggie Community that connects you with other students, faculty, or staff either headed to or leaving from UC Davis.

Commuting to campus by carpool is an excellent way to hang out with friends, make new friends, and reduce traffic congestion. Join the goClub as a goCarpool member and be a part of the club with others looking for an affordable, low-stress commute.

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Become a goCarpool Member!

As a registered goCarpool member, Transportation Services will provide you with the following benefits and incentives:

COVIDStudent Carpool Permits Suspended | Students may no longer participate in the registered carpool program at this time, however students may develop their own carpools and share the cost of the commute to campus. When sharing the ride, we encourage exercising caution to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and (when possible) limit your carpooling to those within your household.
  • Click here to see STEPS FOR STAFF/FACULTY TO SET UP A CARPOOL
  • 1. Carpools may be 2-3 persons (including driver); a carpool coordinator and carpool partner(s). All carpool riders need to arrive to campus in a single-vehicle, and have traveled a minimum of half the distance to campus together.
    2. Once you have your carpool riders, download one application. Click here to download a staff/faculty carpool application.

    3.  All the riders will need to complete a single form (i.e. one form per carpool of 2-3 persons).
    4. The carpool coordinator needs to submit the completed student goCarpool application to Transportation Services.
    5. If the application is approved, carpool coordinator and partners will be able to purchase a parking permit, and are eligible to join the goClub (goCarpool).

    Click here for a STAFF/FACULTY CARPOOL PERMIT REGISTRATION FORM

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