COVID-19 Transportation Safety

Simple Steps For A Safer Commute

During the current COVID-19 outbreak it is important to consider the safety of your commute options while balancing your transportation needs

Please use the information below to assess the safety of your commute and access UF’s resources to support your choice in transportation

In addition to the resources provided here, we encourage you to explore safe transportation information provided by the Centers For Disease Control by following the link below

CDC COVID-19 Transportation Guidance

Walk/Roll

No matter how you get to campus, you’re likely to be walking or rolling to get around during your day. Follow these tips to protect yourself and others while out and about.

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Bike

Riding a bicycle is a great option for commuting and moving around campus quickly. Follow these tips to protect yourself and others while riding to and on campus.

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Bus

RTS has made changes to make riding the bus safer during COVID-19. Follow these tips to protect yourself and others when choosing the bus for your commute.

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Carpool

Carpooling presents specific risks for transmission of COVID-19. Find out how to be a safer carpooler with these simple tips.

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Motor Scooter/Motorcycle

Helmets aren’t the only important piece of safety equipment you need when commuting on a scooter or motorcycle. Follow these simple tips to make your commute safer for yourself and others during COVID-19.

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Single Occupancy Vehicle

Commuting alone in your car can feel safe during COVID-19, but may still present risk of transmission. Follow these simple tips to protect yourself and others.

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