The Mobility Assistance Shuttle provides shuttle service to current UC Davis students, faculty and staff with documented temporary disabilities. Students with documented permanent disabilities are eligible to receive rides as well. The Mobility Assistance Shuttle provides on-campus rides to specified locations for academic or work-related purposes year-round.
All rides are on-campus to specified locations, and must be for academic or work-related purposes only. Rides must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance, and are on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Please note: All rides are on a first-come first-serve basis, and not all ride requests can be accommodated. We will do our best to accommodate as many users as possible, and will offer alternate ride times if your requested time is unavailable.
Call for Service
Contact Campus Recreation and Unions to schedule a pick-up or drop-off at 530-752-1730.
Download Mobility Assistance Shuttle map (PDF).
|Customer Category||Day||One Week||2–6 Weeks||7+ Weeks|
|UC Davis Students||$10||$20/week||$18/week||$15/week|
(parking pass holders, goClub members)
Hours of Service
|Monday–Friday||7:30 a.m.–6:30 p.m.|
Current UC Davis students are eligible for rides with medical documentation of a temporary or permanent disability. Students must provide medical documentation of a disability to the Student Disability Center (SDC).
Once eligibility has been confirmed, students may schedule rides with Campus Recreation and Unions. If students are unable to visit the SDC prior to needing a ride, Campus Recreation and Unions will allow them seven days to confirm eligibility. Rides can be purchased for one week until eligibility has been confirmed. Once eligibility has been confirmed, additional rides can be purchased and scheduled.
Current UC Davis faculty/staff are eligible for rides with documentation of a temporary disability; confirmation must go through Disability Management Services.
How to Schedule Rides
Students: Set up an appointment with the SDC to confirm eligibility. They are located at 54 Cowell Building and can be reached at 530-752-3184 or email@example.com (see map here http://campusmap.ucdavis.edu/?b=220).
Faculty/Staff: Set up an appointment with Disability Management Services to confirm eligibility (Fredna Karneges 530-752-6008).
Check the map above for location pickups.
Call Campus Recreation and Unions at 530-752-1730, or stop by 232 ARC, Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. to schedule your rides.
Be prepared with the following information:
- Number of weeks of service you are requesting (based on physician’s instructions).
- Full name, email address, phone number and ID number. Dates/times of all pickups for scheduled weeks. Location of pickup and drop-off requested, based on scheduled stops shown on map.
- Faculty/staff: be prepared with payment information.
- If for any reason you are unable to make your scheduled pickup time, please call Campus Recreation and Unions at 530-752-1730 as soon as possible.
Wheelchair Accessible Service
For anyone requesting wheelchair accessible service, please contact the UC Davis Police Department at 754-COPS beginning October 20, 2014.
The Department of Campus Recreation and Unions comprises more than 60 career staff and more than 800 student employees and volunteers who invest their energy and creativity into inspiring others to maintain balanced lifestyles through recreation and leisure activiites. The department is a student-focused organization, placing an emphasis on student development and leadership opportunities. Find out how you can get involved with Mobility Services by calling 530-752-1730. For a comprehensive list of student employment and volunteer opportunities with Campus Recreation and Unions, click here. Check Aggie Job Link for current openings.
Mobility Assistance Shuttle Assistant
Under the direction of the Assistant Director, the Mobility Assistance Shuttle Assistant will be responsible for providing services to students with temporary or permanent disabilities and staff/faculty with temporary disabilities. This includes transportation, scheduling, customer service and other duties as assigned. Must possess valid driver's license and become enrolled in the DMV Pull Notice System. Qualifications include excellent driving abilities, interpersonal skills, punctuality and dependability, and attention to detail.
Mobility Assistance Shuttle Lead
Under the direction of the Assistant Director, the Mobility Assistance Shuttle Lead will assist with various administrative duties while also overseeing the Mobility Assistance Shuttle Assistants. Duties include staff schedule management, oversight of scheduling process for riders, data entry and filing, and additional clerical work as needed. Qualifications include excellent interpersonal skills, peer management, leadership capabilities, problem-solving skills, attention to detail and the ability to multi-task.