Recent Alumnus 2013-05-02T03:41:25Z
Busses at UBC come often and are very reliable; however, they are almost always crammed with people. UBC is located on a peninsula and is fairly remote; as a result, it is largely a commuter university and the busses are always full. You might miss your desired bus simply because it is too full! Also, Translink prices are exorbitantly high and are going up all the time.
College Sophomore 2013-04-22T20:34:07Z
Public transportation is amazing at UBC. We have bus lines that run all the way downtown and beyond. Buses essentially connect the entire city together and currently your tuition covers a bus pass cost. However, you will have to plan each trip in advance and do some research on the necessary bus routes. Google maps will be your friend.
College Freshman 2013-01-15T18:43:16Z
Public transportation is excellent around UBC. There is a bus loop in which many many busses come to get you whenever you need them and wherever you want to go. The operating hours are also nicely distributed, the busses run until past midnight. In addition, there are also community shuttle busses that can take you around the campus; this will add convenience in travelling around campus.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-13T06:42:45Z
U-Pass Is Awesome – Overall the public transit across Vancouver is very well organized and planned out. It is relatively fast, and once you take the 99 B-Line down Broadway to Cambie, downtown is just a quick five minute skytrain ride away.
College Junior 2012-01-30T23:30:22Z
Convenient and Frequent – A monthly transportation pass for access to entire Vancouver is included in student fees when you pay your tuition. The monthly pass is basically $30 per month; thus, it is very much worth it! There are several buses operating on campus in two main places: Bus loop and Thunderbird Sports Centre. All of the buses would stop at one of the several skytrain stations, which is very convenient to travel all around Vancouver, including the airport.
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