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Lab employees and affiliates can show their Lab ID and ride UC Berkeley Bear Transit for free. Bear Transit provides shuttles between campus, Downtown Berkeley BART, parking lots, Clark Kerr campus, the Hill area, residence halls, Richmond Field Station and Campus Shared Services on 4th Street. Check out the Bear Transit schedule.
A recent transportation email featured Wage Works, which uses pre-tax dollars to pay for commute expenses. Some employees were not able to log onto Wage Works, but that issue has been fixed. Go to the Wage Works link to learn more.
Colleagues, We want to share a few tips with you about how you could potentially save money on your commute using pre-tax and post-tax dollars. Wage Works uses pre-tax dollars to pay for your transit cost, including bus, train, BART, and vanpool. Place an order for a set monthly amount, up to $265, to come […]
One of the ways we mitigate our parking challenges is to maximize parking through the use of stack parking. For this arrangement to be effective for our community, those participating should be aware of the requirements. Stacked Parking Display Form Stacked Parking Regulations
It’s no secret that parking on the hill is tough, and as we continue to grow with new opportunities for scientific and infrastructure development, it’s going to get tougher. While that growth is exciting, it also means more construction, people, and vehicles. Read the entire email, then share your suggestions.
In response to this year’s DOE audit on security, dated stickers will be required on Lab parking hangtags beginning in January. A new sticker will be issued each calendar year (similar to the annual DMV sticker you put on your license plate). This parallels the new policy of adding expiration dates to newly issued badges. The […]
The Lab is increasing the number of shuttle routes as part of an effort to make a connection with public transportation options and reduce our carbon footprint. A new pilot route will run from the Lab to the North Berkeley BART station, making stops in the neighborhoods in between. Take a look at the North […]
Commuting between the Lab and the Rockridge BART station, and along the Blue route, will get easier starting Thursday, Sept. 6.
For Annette Greiner, who has biked to work in Ann Arbor, Chicago, San Francisco, and Berkeley and crossed the continent on two wheels, part of her daily commute is getting into a driver’s mindset.