Parking permits are required at all times - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Parking permits are required in all spaces on campus including general, carpool, faculty/staff, service, disabled and residential spaces. Please note there is NO GRACE PERIOD. Click here to obtain a Parking Permit.
For real-time traffic reports including accidents and travel times, visit this Traffic resource: IE511
Use this Commute Cost Calculator to determine exactly how much you are spending in your daily commute: commute solutions
For additional Transportation Options and questions regarding commuting to campus, contact the Transportation Services Department at (909) 537-7433 (RIDE) or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for a better way to get to campus? You’ve come to the right place! When you share the ride everyone benefits; your community, the environment, your car, and your wallet! CSUSB Transportation Services is here to help you get started.
The program works hard to reduce traffic congestion and increase mobility throughout campus. We encourage alternate modes of transportation and reward eligible participants with our various incentive programs. We offer free exclusive CSUSB carpool matching, vanpool coordination, additional transportation information, a Guaranteed Ride Home program and much more!
Park & Ride
Park & Ride lots provide parking spaces so commuters can park and meet their carpool or vanpool, bicycle or walking group, or to take the bus or train to work. Some Park & Ride lots are designated Park & Ride lots, while others are privately owned parking lots with a number of reserved parking spaces dedicated to Park & Ride users. Park & Ride lots in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties are free of charge and most do not require permits. For additional details on each lot and to find a lot near your home or on your route to work, select the county and cities you are interested in, then browse the interactive map. Alternatively, you may visit the website here.
SunLine Transit Agency is a public transportation provider that services the Palm Desert and Coachella Valley area.
Beginning September 19, 2019 all CSUSB students, faculty and staff can ride any line SunBus at no cost just by swiping an active CSUSB Coyote OneCard (SunDial and Commuter Link 220 route excluded).
For information regarding SunBus routes and schedules, please visit SunLine.
Should you have any other questions regarding this program and any other transportation solutions offered by the University, please contact Parking and Transportation Services at 909-537-5912 or via email at Rideshare@csusb.edu.