SFU has two distinct carpooling programs: Rideshare is the carpooling program for students, and Carshare is the carpooling program for faculty/staff. For more information on the benefits of these programs please see their respective information/application sheets on our online forms page.
If you are looking for a carpooling partner, we are pleased to announce a new ride-sharing service and social venture run and led by SFU students and alumni www.go2gether.ca SFU is also a member of the Jack Bell Rideshare program accessible at www.ride-share.com
SFU is served by four bus routes: the 135, 143, 144, and 145. For more information on routes, scheduling, etc. please see Translink’s webpage.
Students have access to UPass, a discounted bus pass. More information is available at the Student Services UPass information page.
Faculty/Staff have access to Translink’s employer pass program – contact your employer group (SFUFA, CUPE, APSA etc.) for more information.
SFU has a small but vibrant cycling community. Some people ride up and down the mountain, some take the bus up and ride down, and some come specifically to SFU to enjoy the mountain biking trails. Various resources exist including:
- Translink cycling maps
- Map of bicycle racks/storage on campus (PDF 297 kb)
- Burnaby Moutain Conservation Area site (includes link to trail map)
- SFPIRG’s bike tool co-op and volunteer bike mechanics
Although there are no sidewalks leading to the SFU campus, there is a well developed trail network in the Burnaby Mountain conservation area. These trails are not on SFU property and we recommend you use caution.