- Ride share works in Berkeley by grouping passengers together and taking them to the nearest stop.
- The app then connects the passengers and sends them an alert when their ride is available.
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Yes, Berkeley students receive free BART.
Berkeley does have Uber, but not currently.
Yes, you can have a car at UC Berkeley. You will need to provide your UC Berkeley ID and the vehicle must be registered with the university.
UC Berkeley offers a variety of public transportation options, including buses, trains, and bike paths.
Yes, Berkeley students receive free Clipper cards. These cards are good for all types of transactions at the University, including shopping, eating out, and more.
BART offers several ways to pay for the BART system. The most common way to pay for BART is by using a reusable ticket or boarding pass. For more information, please visit the BART website or call (510) 846-3271.
No, UC Berkeley is not affiliated with Zipcar.
Yes, freshman may have a car on campus.
It depends on what you need the car for. If you need it for school or work, then UC Berkeley is a great place to go. If you just need to use it for personal transportation, then don’t bother going to UC Berkeley.
The best way to get around Berkeley is by public transportation. There are a variety of bus, train, and bike lines that take you around the city.
There are four BART stations in Berkeley.
Yes, parking is free in Berkeley.
Yes, BART offers free rides for students.
Yes, Clipper card works in Berkeley.
Yes, BART is free for students during the morning and evening rush hours.