- With the high price of fuel and highway congestion
caused by construction along the I-45 corridor, many commuters are
looking for commuting alternatives.
UTMB has created a Web site that offers an easy way for
commuters to find a vanpool, share a ride, or find others interested in
carpooling. The site also
offers links to freeway cams and road construction
reports, links to vanpool information, and even local bus routes and gas
For details visit www.utmb.edu/transit/.
- For those that live in Galveston, the City and UTMB have
partnered to create an extended transit service to meet the needs of
the university's employees and students.
Under the agreement, UTMB employees, students, and
retirees are able to ride for free on city buses and trolleys by showing
their UTMB identification cards.
- Dual Parking – If a contract holder needs parking for
more than one area on campus an email requesting dual parking will be
- Carpooling – If a contract holder has other employees
that ride with them and will need access to their parking area; an email
requesting carpooling and giving the name(s) of their carpooler(s) will
- For details visit www.utmb.edu/transit/campus-circular-shuttle.
If you have any questions related to parking or need additional information, please contact UTMB Parking Facilities at Parking@utmb.edu or call (409)-772-1581 or (409)-266-PARK.