Alternative Transportation

Parking and Transportation Services is committed to providing alternative transportation options to the campus community. Using the program incentives can not only save you money, but it can also help you lower your environmental impact.

Alternative Transportation Programs

Alternative Transportation:

Those who join the Alternative Transportation Program do not purchase a parking permit and commit to use one or more of the following forms of transportation to get to and from campus. Alternative Transportation Program Application (PDF)

More information on Bike Rentals through the Campus Recreation Center.

BIKE SHARE

Gotcha @TU

TU will be launching the Gotcha bike share program for the Fall 2019 academic season.  Gotcha is an e-bike, which provides extra pedal power for ease of use, especially on those hilly parts of TU's campus. The e-bikes will be available on campus towards the end of July 2019.

Bike hubs are conveniently located all over campus.  There are reasonable rates on short term rentals and a monthly Tiger Go Pass subscription.

Download the Gotcha app from the App Store or Google Play. Be sure to use your TU email when registering. For more information about Gotcha at TU, go to Ridegotcha.com.

Every TU community member who is approved for the Alternative Transportation Program will automatically receive the following:

  • Free Parking Codes - Four free parking codes each term that can be used whenever you need to bring a vehicle to campus.
  • Guaranteed Ride Home - Subsidized taxi or car service rides or short term rentals for when you must leave campus unexpectedly.  This service can be used up to four times per calendar year.

See Parking Regulations PDF for further information on free parking codes and the Guaranteed Ride Home Program.

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