Sophomore residents with a demonstrated need for campus parking should apply for an exception to park on campus.
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!
We anticipate that Union Lane Garage will close in late May, and that Terrapin Trail Garage will close in early June. Both garages are expected to reopen for the start of the 2019-2020 academic year.
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.
We’re looking for show-stopping images that capture unique perspectives of campus transportation in our 2019 Connecting the DOTS Photo Contest.
The university will be closed for spring break from March 17 through March 24. During this time, the following parking and Shuttle-UM plans will be in effect.
You may not realize it, but someone may need a seat on Shuttle-UM more than you. Not all disabilities can be discerned by a person’s use of assistive equipment.
Activities include giveaways, group bike rides hosted by RecWell, maintenance classes, contests and more.
This Spring 2019, redeem your Smart Commute points to enter our monthly drawing for Bose wireless noise cancelling headphones.
Ridesharing is a term you’ve probably heard often these days, but what is it? We're here to break it down for you!