Student Parking & Transportation

Providing predictable parking guides the issuance of multiple parking decal types. This provides all who need to park on campus with a more precise target area for parking and a higher degree of predictability to find an available space.

For more on how to purchase a decal, visit UF Transportation and Parking Services

UF is taking steps to ensure the health and safety of passengers on our public transit vehicles:

General Precautions
  • Masks or facial coverings are recommended but not required for passengers, drivers and maintenance workers while on board UF public transit vehicles.
  • Wherever possible with weather permitting, windows in transit vehicles will be partially opened to allow for better air circulation.

 

Campus Connector Shuttles
  • Passenger capacity has been reduced to 50% (10 of 20 seats available) per shuttle bus to maintain physical distancing among riders; the remaining 50% of seats are identified as unavailable by signage.
  • Masks or facial coverings are recommended but not required for passengers, drivers and maintenance workers while on board UF public transit vehicles.

 

Gator Lift
  • Masks or facial coverings are recommended but not required for passengers, drivers and maintenance workers while on board UF public transit vehicles.
  • Passenger trips with potentially compatible routes will no longer be combined for shared rides.

 

RTS
  • Passenger capacity has been reduced to 50% (from 60 to 30 per bus). Passengers are asked via onboard signage to physically distance while riding.
  • Passengers are required to enter the bus by the rear entrance only.
  • Masks or facial coverings are required for passengers, drivers and maintenance workers while onboard RTS vehicles.
  • Buses are cleaned after every other trip using AeroClaves (effective tool for cleaning and disinfecting), and additional cleaning measures have been enacted at bus stations, administration buildings and bus shelters.
  • Temporary barriers have been installed between drivers and passengers.
  • Hand sanitizer dispensers have been installed on buses.


Frequently Asked Questions

If my question isn't answered here, whom can I contact?

Please email reopen@ufl.edu for additional questions not answered here.

Do I have to wear a mask while on RTS buses?

Due to required adherence to Federal Transit Administration regulations, masks are required for all people on board RTS buses.

For UF-specific transport such as GatorLift, Campus Cab, SNAP, and the Campus Connector, passengers are not required to wear masks.