The Transportation Services Office is currently closed for walk-in customers as we undergo a remodel project. Our Customer Service team remains available to assist you through email and phone.
Use Umo to Ride the Bus!
Students and Employees have access to a free bus pass. Lane Transit District (LTD) uses Umo to validate fare and riders will need to show a valid pass in the Umo App or use a Touchpass tap card. Instructions on obtaining a benefit code are below. More information about this pass is available at LTD's website.
Step 1: Obtain a Benefit Code
Log in to your account on the Transportation Services Parking Portal using the button below and retrieve your code from the account contacts page.
Step 2: Redeem Benefit Code
You must pick one of the two options below to redeem your benefit code. You cannot use both the app and a Tap Card at the same time. More information on both of these options is available on the LTD website.
Option B: Use a Tap Card
For those unable to to use the Umo app, a benefit code can be redeemed on a Umo/TouchPass card.
Transportation Services has a limited number of cards that can be obtained at our office for no cost to campus community members. Starting September 27, TouchPass cards will also be available at the EMU Card Office.
Once you have obtained your card, You will need to create an account on UmoPass.com and redeem the code with the card number located on the back side of the card.
The Emerald Express (EmX) is LTD's bus rapid transit system. Spacious, comfortable buses coming every ten to fifteen minutes during the week make it easier than ever to take the bus. Running on Franklin Blvd by the university, the EmX is a useful route to get between campus destinations, as well as off campus offices like PeaceHealth North, the Baker Center and 10th & Mill.
Park and Ride
Lane Transit District maintains 24 Park & Ride locations around Lane County. A Park and Ride allows you to leave your vehicle in a safe, clean lot and ride the bus the rest of the way to work. LTD Park and Rides are free on a first come, first served basis.