Published October 21, 2022
If you are ever concerned about finding a place to park on campus, take advantage of lots that have plenty of open space every day, like the Park and Ride Lots.
Starting at 8:00 a.m. weekdays, the Green Line Shuttle circles through the Center for Tomorrow (CFT) Park and Ride Lot every 10 minutes and will get you to Crofts Hall or Flint Loop (“The Heart of the Campus”) in minutes. The Green Line Shuttle runs through 5:25 p.m. and after 5:25, the UB Stampede is still running from Flint Loop to Service Center Road, so you can stay parked in the CFT Lot all day. When the weather is cold and rainy, you can even wait in your car until the shuttle comes!
Heading to the South Campus or Downtown? The UB Stampede picks up at the corner of Service Center Rd. at the south end of the CFT Lot. Once on South Campus you can connect with the Blue Line Shuttle or call for On-Demand Shuttle service with the TransLoc app.
On South, the Main-Bailey Lot is always a good choice for plenty of open parking. If your parking choice is the Diefendorf Lot and it is full, you can head to the Sherman Lot that has over 100 spaces open daily. Students have plenty of space to park in the Clark Lot with over 150 spaces open each day.
Every lot is an easy park and ride option via the South Campus On-Demand shuttle service. It operates from 10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and does a great job connecting outlying parking areas to any building on campus. Download the TransLoc app to have the On-Demand Shuttle find you.