Mobility Programs

As Denver continues to grow, getting around the city, to and from campus, and even from one side of campus to another is becoming increasingly challenging. Efforts to reduce single-occupancy trips in Denver improve air quality and health in the city. The Center for Sustainability’s Mobility Team partners with organizations across campus and the Denver area to make alternative and active transportation options easy, convenient, affordable and safe.

students fixing bike at the bike shop

DU Bike Shop

Biking is a great way to get around campus and Denver. However, regular bike maintenance can become costly. The Center for Sustainability manages an on-campus bike shop to help keep your bike rolling and your costs lower, with free labor and at-cost parts available to all DU registered bikes (register your bike with Parking and Mobility Services). 

Learn more about the DU Bike Shop.

students getting onto the campus shuttle on a snowy morning

Campus Shuttle

The campus shuttle offers easy and free transportation for students, faculty, and staff to locations on and near campus. You can request a ride, reserve your seat, and see where the shuttle is on its route by downloading and registering your DU email address on the Tripshot app (using the service name DUSHUTTLE). The DU Shuttle runs on a loop around campus, making stops at 10 locations from 7AM-5PM, Monday thru Friday. The shuttle also provides on-demand services to locations as far west as Broadway, as far east as Colorado Blvd, as far north as Wash Park, and as far south as the Mass-Comm building. 

Check out maps of the stop locations, detailed instructions for using Tripshot, and other details at the Parking and Mobility Services Website

students smiling for the camera as the run the Mobility Munchies table and give away coffee and donuts

Mobility Munchies

Did you walk, bike, carpool, or light rail to campus? We think that’s awesome. During fall and spring quarters, come visit the Mobility Munchies table every Wednesday to grab some coffee and breakfast and learn about upcoming mobility events like bike rides to the farmers market, themed bike rides around the city, bike raffles and more. 

A student takes a selfie from her bike to capture fellow students riding a cargo bike down the street

Go-Tober

Sponsored by the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG), the Go-Tober Challenge is an annual month-long competition among employers in the Denver region that encourages employees to try different ways of getting to and from work during the month of October. The more trips tracked, the better companies rank in their quest to win the title of Go-Tober Champion! 

Learn more, sign up and track your commutes at waytogo.org/gotober.

cyclist standing next to promo table on campus

Bike to Work Day

Want to participate in one of the biggest celebrations in the city? Tune up your bike, fill up your water bottle and join over 30,000 people across the front range participating in Bike to Work Day! Breakfast, coffee and prizes are set up at dozens of stations all over the region, along major bikeways and in some of Denver’s coolest neighborhoods. On your way home, visit one of the many bike parties planned at breweries, businesses and other great locations and celebrate a more sustainable and healthy way of getting around town. 

The University of Denver has been host to one of the most delicious breakfast stations in the southern part of Denver for several years, and always has a great array of food and beverages from our awesome local restaurant partners, prizes and bike gear from our transit partners, and a solid dose of enthusiasm from other bikers and our staff. Stop by on your way to work — we’ll be set up on Carnegie lawn!

Learn more, see a map of breakfast and party stations, and register at biketoworkday.us.