The route will resume for the Fall 2019 semester on Monday, August 19, and will continue to run between the Broken Land Park and Ride in Columbia and Regents Drive Garage on campus.
DOTS is committed to providing safe, cost-effective and innovative services that anticipate the needs of the campus community and provide access to facilities and destinations supported by the university. But what does this look like when the rubber really meets the road? These quick facts and statistics show some of the ways in which we realize our goals.
The policy is designed to increase the availability of charging stations for a growing population of EV drivers on campus.
DOTS' Parking Cash Out registration opens on August 5, 2019. The program offers a cash incentive to 75 employees and 25 graduate students who give up their parking permit and commit to a sustainable commute for the entire 2019-2020 academic year.
We challenge you to carpool to and from work just one time this summer! The more you carpool, the more chances you have to win prizes. Your first trip earns you a free Maryland Dairy ice cream cone.
Service will end on August 31, and a new mobility system will be introduced.
A new DOTS program provides affordable refurbished bikes to UMD students and reduces environmental waste.
Cate Barger's drive from Mt. Rainier to UMD was only about six miles, but traffic made her commute feel much longer. In August 2018, Cate got the jumpstart she needed to switch to biking full time—burning 56,400 calories, saving more than $1,500 and seeing more deer than she expected in the process!
Union Lane Garage will close on Thursday, June 6 and Terrapin Trail Garage will close on Friday, June 14.
How a UMD staff Smart Commuter saved $3,000 and regained work-life balance by switching her commute from the car to the MARC Train.