Transportation Changes resulting from Covid-19


Lane Transit District
Buses are running on a modified Sunday schedule on weekdays and Saturday, with a regular Sunday schedule on Sunday. No fares are required, and boarding is through the rear door. As of April 9, a face mask is required to ride LTD buses.  More information is available on the LTD website.

Peacehealth Rides Bike Share
Operating with a reduced fleet size of 200 bicycles. Riders are encouraged to wear gloves and wash their hands before and after use.

Autzen Park and Ride
The park and ride location is currently closed, and the gates are locked.

Bike Registration / Secure Bike Parking
For those using bicycling to replace another mode, these services remain available. Bike registration can be done online at this website. A registration sticker may be obtained at a later date. Bike Lockers and Bike Cages are available and can be obtained by ordering on the Parking Portal.

UO Bike Program
The bike program is closed until further notice. Please see their website

Operating, but may have a reduced fleet size. Information on how they are addressing safety on their website.

Both services currently operating in Eugene.

Inter-city bus services/Airport Shuttles
 POINT bus: Operating on an adjusted schedule with limited ticket sales.
 Flixbus: Service suspended until further notice.
 Groome Transportation: Airport shuttle service suspended through 7/14.

Getting to Campus

Whether you are a seasoned bike commuter or a brand new student who is car-free, Transportation Services is here to get you to, from, and around campus. We have a wealth of information on arriving by bike, bus, or car.


Bike Registration – Bike registration is required for all faculty, staff, and students. Along with a good u-lock and proper locking technique, it is also the best way to keep your bike safe.

Secure Bike Parking – Want extra piece of mind for your beloved ride, as well as place out of the rain? Bicycle Cages and Lockers are available for rent.

Bike Share – PeaceHealth Rides has bikes available when you need one for short, point-to-point trips. Special discounts are available to UO students, faculty, and staff.

UO Bike Program – Part of the Outdoor Program in the EMU, the bike program offers a wide variety of resources, from fix-it classes to biking trips.


Ride the bus for free

Faculty, staff, and students receive a free bus pass to most Lane Transit District lines. Just show your UO ID card to the driver and you can ride for free. LTD has improved their website with trip planning tools and real-time bus information.

EmX Eugene

The Emerald Express (EmX) is Eugene'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. The EmX Green Line, also known as EmX Eugene, runs from Commerce Station in West Eugene to Springfield Station in downtown Springfield. 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 27 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. 



Walking, biking, and taking the bus are great ways to get around, and they are healthy too. Sometimes, though, you need a car.

Carpool Program - Convenient cost sharing and ride matching.

Car Share - Hourly and daily car rental options. UO students as young as 18 are eligible.

Ride Hail - UBER and Lyft are now available in Eugene. Learn about campus rules for ride-hailing companies.


Have more questions? Contact our Active Transportation Coordinator:

Josh Kashinsky