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Unitrans provides public transportation service to the entire city with 48 buses on 18 routes, carrying over 4 million passengers a year.

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    Unitrans Advisory Committee Meeting - Thursday, August 5, 2021

    The Unitrans Advisory Committee (UAC) is scheduled for Thursday, August 5 at 4:00 PM. The meeting will be held online. Go to https://www.cityofdavis.org/city-hall/commissions-and-committees/unitrans-advisory-committee for link and information. At this meeting, City and Unitrans staff will review general information and updates from the last three months. The agenda and staff reports will be posted here 72 hours in advance of the meeting.

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    Youth 18 and Under Ride FREE Starting August 2! Bus Passes Also Available at UC Davis Downtown Store!

    Thanks to special funding through the State of California's Low Carbon Transit Operations Program, youth 18 and under can ride Unitrans fare-free starting August 2!  To ride free, just show the driver or conductor your valid school identification card (current school year only) or fill out the free youth pass application and send to Unitrans at unitrans@ucdavis.edu to request a free youth pass.

     

    The UC Davis Downtown Store will also sell Unitrans bus passes starting August 2! With the addition of the Downtown Store, passes are now available online at unitrans.ucdavis.edu/fares, at the UC Davis Campus Store, and UC Davis Downtown Store.

     

    Special funding for the fare-free youth program is available for two years of free rides. In 2023, Unitrans will evaluate if and how to continue the program.

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    Unitrans Program of Projects - Federal 5307, ARP, & CARES Act Funding

    On an annual basis, the City of Davis/Unitrans prepares a Program of Projects (POP) that forms the basis for grant applications submitted to FTA for annual transit funding allocated to the City by FTA. In response to the impact of COVID-19 on transit operators throughout the nation, the federal government through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act appropriated $10,308,599 and $830,050 through the American Rescue Plan (ARP) to the City of Davis to support transit operations and help backfill local and state revenue losses to prevent significant transit service reductions and impacts.

     

    The proposed program of projects allocates remaining CARES Act, ARP, and FY2020-2021 Federal 5307 funding to support transit service in the City of Davis through FY2023-2024 and provide local budgetary relief. Additional funding is provided to the Yolo County Transportation District (Yolobus) for the provision of local transit service in Davis for FY2021-2022.

     

    FTA regulatory guidance requires the City and Unitrans to make the proposed POP available for public review and comment prior to its approval by the City Council.  The proposed POP is published in the Davis Enterprise as of Friday, July 23 and on the Unitrans web site (unitrans.ucdavis.edu) on July 21, 2020, with information on how to ask questions and comment on the proposed POP.   The review and comment period will remain open through August 5, 2021. To comment, email comments@unitrans.ucdavis.edu, call 530-752-2877, send a letter to 1 Shields Ave, South Hall Room 5, Davis, CA 95616, or attend the public hearing. Click here for the full proposed POP.

     

    A public hearing on the proposed POP will be held via Zoom at the Unitrans Advisory Committee (UAC) meeting on Thursday, August 5 at 4:00 PM. Meeting information will be posted on the UAC page of the City's website at least 72 hours before the meeting If approved, the Committee’s recommendation and all comments received through the public review period, will be forwarded to the Davis City Council for its Tuesday, August 31, 2021 meeting. Meeting details will be provided at least 72 hours in advance through the City's website.

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  • Single Ride

    (Ages 5- 59)

    Up to two children under the age of five ride free per one fare paying adult. Exact fare only. Drivers carry no change. No refunds.

    $1.25
  • UCD Undergraduate Student

    Current Students

    By showing current student identification card. Without student ID, fare is $1.25. No photocopies or digital images accepted because drivers cannot determine their validity.

     

    A valid undergraduate UC Davis ID also entitles the holder to unlimited access on YoloBus.

     

    Please note that the Los Rios Community College District student identification card is NOT accepted as valid fare on Unitrans unless the ID has the Sacramento Regional Transit logo or sticker on it.

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Title VI Civil Rights and ADA Notice
Unitrans, as a recipient of Federal Transit Administration funds, is committed to providing quality transit service to all customers and follows all federal non-discrimination rules and regulations, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and Equal Employment Opportunity program. No person shall, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, religion, gender identity, gender expression, actual or perceieved sexual orientation, age, or ability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity operated by Unitrans...
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