Know your specific bus and route
Know your fare
Make your intentions known
To get the most up-to-date transit information, visit transitinfo.org. This website provides instant on-line access to transit information for the 9-county SF Bay Area, including links to BART, AC Transit, Ferry services, and much more.
Or call 511 for the Bay Area Travel Guide, a telephone resource for transportation information.
During the academic year, students, faculty, and staff wishing to park in campus lots must display an appropriate parking permit on their vehicles. Parking permits may be purchased at the Department of Public Safety for a cost of $50.00 per academic year.
Each commuter will be issued only one hanging tag, since it is transferable from vehicle to vehicle. Commuters may park in any legal parking space not designated for residents, or parking spaces for disability access.
Public Safety officers will issue citations to vehicles not displaying valid parking permits, and for expired parking permits.
All vehicles parked on the Mills College campus must be operational. At no time are vehicles to be stored on the campus. Vehicles parked for longer than 72 hours in areas not designated as residential parking areas are subject to citation and/or tow.
Mills College assumes no responsibility for loss of or damage to vehicles due to theft, vandalism, or towing.
If you follow a few simple guidelines you'll see that forming a successful carpool is easy. Before you start a new carpool, meet with your potential carpool partner(s) in advance to discuss each persons' needs and the details of how your carpool will work. This will help make both(all) of you more comfortable with each other.
A few topics you should cover:
Carpooling may provide you the opportunity to relax, meet new people, and save money on gasoline, parking, vehicle maintenance, and insurance.
If you stop and look around, you may be surprised to discover co-workers, classmates, or acquaintances who would be great carpool partners.
Looking for a carpool companion or a road-trip partner? Visit rideboard.com.
Remember to check the bulletin board in Suzie's Lounge. Perhaps someone else is looking for a carpool buddy.Back to Top
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