Getting Around UB

Whether you come from near or far, live on or off campus, we’ve got you covered. Bike, drive, bus or carpool – we can help you find the best way to get to, from and around campus.

  • Buses and Shuttles
    Getting around campus and between campuses is fast, easy and free. UB buses and shuttles let you park once on any campus and then use university transportation throughout your day.
  • Walking
    Walking is good exercise, great for the environment, and it’s free. Plus, you can walk almost anywhere on campus in less than 10 minutes.
  • Driving
    If you drive a car or motorcycle, make sure you know the rules for driving and parking — including permits.
  • Bicycling
    It’s easy to bike on campus, with free bike registration, winter storage and bike racks on UB Stampede buses. You'll save money on gas — and save time parking.
  • Public Transportation
    The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA) offers public transportation throughout the Buffalo-Niagara region, including stops on campus.
  • Wayfinding and Maps
    Find out how to get anywhere on campus quickly, safely and efficiently using our Transportation Tracker and maps.
  • Safety
    UB aspires to be a safe place for students, faculty and staff to work and live. As a member of the community, you can help ensure your own safety — and the safety of others — by being alert and aware.
  • Parking and Driving Regulations
    Avoid citations and fines. Make sure you understand the rules and regulations for parking and driving on campus.

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