UBC Accessibility Shuttle: Pilot Project

The UBC Accessibility Shuttle launched in May 2018 as a pilot service that promotes accessibility on UBC’s Point Grey campus. It is a shuttle service for people with temporary or permanent conditions that impact mobility, who need assistance traveling to areas of campus that can otherwise only be accessed by foot.
The shuttle is a free, shared ride service available only by reservation and operates between 7:30am and 7:30pm, Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays. Wheras the UBC Aquatic Centre is located immediately adjacent the UBC Bus Loop, this new pilot service transports people with conditions that impact their mobility from designated stops to and from the central pedestrian areas of campus. The Accessibility Shuttle serves areas that can otherwise only be accessed by foot (i.e. areas with limited vehicle access and parking). Each UBC building in the service area is within 100 meters of a shuttle stop.
Full details are available online at: https://students.ubc.ca/about-student-services/access-diversity/ubc-accessibility-shuttle. For questions, please check the frequently asked questions. For additional assistance or to book a ride, call 604.822.9929.