Though you may not spend time considering it, transportation is an integral part of your life. You may drive, bike or walk. Maybe you take buses or metro or carpool. You may
By learning to anticipate how bicyclists will interact with traffic, motorists develop driving habits that prevent disastrous mishaps involving vulnerable vehicles.
The Same Roads, Same Rules, Same Rights campaign allows for the shared use of our campus roadways and sidewalks. Whether you bike, scoot or drive, it’s important to know how to safely interact with others in traffic.
DOTS will transition back to its active parking program during August. Resources are available to assist you through and beyond the transition.
This summer, our staff will be hosting virtual Q&A sessions all through July to answer any questions you may have about campus transportation. Sign up for one of the sessions
As you plan your move-out, your bicycle is included in the items you should remove from campus. Here are several options and tips for making this process painless.
As many of us return to campus, bicycling remains a great option for fun, fitness and viable transportation—as long as some simple precautions are prioritized.
Updated Tuesday, October 27.
Your bicycling season doesn’t have to end with the arrival of winter weather. Be fully prepared with these winter riding tips: The right kind of clothing is important Thermal
Before you return to campus, note these important changes to Shuttle-UM routes.