Rideshare FAQ

Rideshare Zones were established to reduce congestion, reduce vehicle accthe safety of pedestrians and bicyclists, and create a sasupport the mission of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by lowering the number of single occupancy commutes to campus. 

The new zones were established to design an organized system of pick-ups and drop-offs at the CSULB campus. When you request a ride to or from the CSULB campus you will be able to choose from eight locations for a pick-up or drop-off. You will not be able to adjust the pick-up location from the Lyft or Uber App. 

Yes, the Zones are designed to accommodate pick-ups and drop-offs for personal vehicles as well as for Lyft, Uber, and other Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) and App-based ridesharing services. 

You can view all eight Rideshare Zones at the Rideshare Locations Map.

Yes, each Rideshare Zone is located near an accessible ramp to provide access to those individuals with accessibility needs. Please visit the Bob Murphy Access Center for more information on accommodation services available to students.