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.

goClub | goVanpool Details

COVIDDue to COVID-19, there are not any vanpools currently in operation.

Why choose goVanpool?

Vanpools are a group of 5-10 people who commute together to campus in a leased passenger van. Vanpools are becoming more popular for students, staff and faculty that live further from campus and are looking for low-cost rideshare.

If you are willing to try vanpooling as your primary commute, we encourage you to connect with a coordinator in your area.

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Become a goVanpool Member!

A vanpool consists of at least 5 passengers (including the driver) who share the cost of vehicle, fuel, bridge tolls and parking. Vanpooling can be a popular and affordable option for those commuting over 30 miles per day.

Interested in joining a vanpool? Below, see our current vanpools for UC Davis accepting riders. As a goVanpool member, Transportation Services will provide you with the following benefits and incentives:

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