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Schools & Students

Learning doesn’t have to be limited to the classroom. Students of all ages have options for getting to class on time. You can find about all of your transportation options here.

UC San Diego

UC San Diego offers its students a variety of options to commute to school. Some programs offer discounts and incentives to registered commuters. For more information on resources like the Triton U-Pass, car-sharing, COASTER club and others, visit or contact Commute Solutions, (858) 534-7433.

NOTE: A variety of regional transportation projects will be occurring on and around UC San Diego’s campus over the next few years. Check out the latest updates here: or the Shift interactive map.


  • College Monthly and Semester/Quarter PassesMost colleges in the region offer transit passes to college students at a discounted rate. These transit passes are good for unlimited riding on all non-Premium and non-Access MTS buses, Trolley services, NCTD BREEZE, and SPRINTER services. Monthly college passes are available for $57.60 and can be purchased at the following schools with a valid college student picture ID:
    • Alliant University 
    • Art Institute of San Diego
    • California University of Management & Sciences
    • Coleman University
    • Concorde College
    • Grossmont College
    • ITT Technical Institute
    • Montgomery Adult School
    • National City Adult School
    • National University
    • San Diego City College
    • San Diego Job Corps
    • San Diego Mesa College
    • San Diego Miramar College
    • San Diego State University (SDSU)
    • Southwestern College
    • Thomas Jefferson School of Law
    • United Education Institute
    • University of San Diego
    • Urban Corps
Kindergarten-Grade 12
  • Regional Classroom Day Pass Program: This program teaches youth from elementary to high school how to ride transit.
  • Youth Bicycle Education: The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition offers this service for free. Courses, bike rodeos, and group rides are available for all ages and all skill levels.
  • Walk, Ride, and Roll to School: This program aims to increase the number of children in grades K-12 who walk, bike, skate or ride a scooter to school and raise awareness of active forms of transportation. For more information about Walk, Ride, and Roll to School bike and pedestrian education classes, please contact