UCI Transportation Hosts DMV Registration Services
UCI Transportation is now proudly offering California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) automated services, becoming the first university and first independent location in California. Faculty, staff, students and visitors may now process vehicle registrations or file for Planned Non-Operational status in the main UCI Transportation office during office hours and no appointments are necessary. Please bring your registration renewal notice or past registration card for immediate processing of your new registration card and license plate tag.
Celebrate Biking at WhimCycle!
All students, faculty, and staff are invited to celebrate biking at UCI's WhimCycle, a multi-day festival of bikes, food, and fun. Join us from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25, and Wednesday, April 26, at the flagpoles near Aldrich Hall to:
- Receive hands-on guidance from certified League of American Bicyclists instructors
- Race adult-sized tricycles
- Register your bike for free
- Eat delicious food prepared by UCI Dining
- Navigate new bike laws with the Orange County Bicycle Coalition staff
- Use your raffle tickets to win exciting prizes
Correction to the ASUCI Report from March 20, 2017
Following a meeting between UCI Transportation and ASUCI on Monday, March 20th a report was published that has caused confusion and frustration among students. In contrast to what was agreed upon at the conclusion of the meeting, UCI Transportation was not given the opportunity to review ASUCIs report to ensure accuracy before it was posted online. While we work with ASUCI to amend their publication, we would like to address two immediate issues incorrectly reported.
Go From Pump 2 Plug Today!
Pump 2 Plug, an innovative program designed to spearhead the adoption of zero-emission vehicles at UCI, is available to full-time UCI faculty and staff. This incentive program offers up to three years of complimentary Level 1 EV charging for participants who switch their gasoline powered commute to an all-electric or plug-in hybrid powered commute.
Zone 6 Parking Impacts in April
The Student Center Parking Structure will be closed in support of Student Center events on the following dates:
- Tuesday, April 18 - Top floor
- Thursday, April 20 - Partial top floor
- Thursday, April 27 - Top floor
Alternate parking may be found in Lot 5, 36, ARC, and CT. Signage will be on site to facilitate traffic flow. Thank you for your patience and support for these events.
Parking Lot 36 Partial Closure
In support of the construction for the new ASUCI bus area, parking lot 36 will be partially closed beginning Monday, March 27, through the completion of the project in July 2017.
Parking Lot 7 Partial Closure
In support of the construction of the new classroom and office building located in Founder's Court, parking lot 7 will be partially closed through the completion of the project in 2018. Alternate parking may be found in Mesa Parking Structure.