Section 508 Website Accessibility

Certain documents on this site are available as a Portable Document Format (PDF) file. PDF content requires Adobe's Acrobat Reader and can be downloaded by visiting https://get.adobe.com/reader.

The University encourages anyone needing assistance in accessing content found on the University's website to contact the FGCU office or department that maintains the webpage. For an accessible version of PDF material, please contact FGCU Adaptive Services at adaptive@fgcu.edu or by calling 239 590-7956.

Skip to site navigation Skip to main content
Skip to main content
Environmental Health and Safety

Environmental Health and Safety

Transportation

 
 

Do I need a car on campus?

NO! There are lots of ways to get around. Even if you do bring a car to campus, you will want to check out these wallet friendly options.          


 

Student Carpooling

 Wheeli logo

Wheeli is a carpooling app ONLY for college students that will be available to FGCU students starting in Fall 2016.  Wheeli connects students with cars and student passengers looking for rides.  Students split driving costs automatically and easily through the app. It's a great way to make new friends and reduce your carbon footprint by filling empty car seats.  

What is Wheeli?

  • WHO: A safe network only for college students.
  • WHAT: An app for students to post and find rides, making carpooling easy.
  • WHERE: Drivers post rides and riders may request rides to get to and from campus, head to the beach, or travel home for breaks. 
  • WHEN: Whenever! Search for a ride, connect with students and travel together. It's that simple. 
  • WHY: Wheeli is the safe, cheap, and fun ride for college students.

Click here to sign up or get started by downloading the Wheeli app on your smartphone today.  

                       

 Zipcar

Zipcar logo

Zipcar is the world’s leading car sharing network and FGCU students and employees can become members to take advantage of this convenient transportation option.  The cars are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for students, faculty, and staff ages 18 and older, as well as members of the local community ages 21 and over. The vehicles are conveniently located in parking lot 5 near the Cohen Center for easy pickup and return.

Join today at www.zipcar.com/fgcu

Learn more about setting up tax exempt business accounts for your department's university related travel by clicking here.

                                          


  

Shuttles

FGCU Parking Services 

See the routes in real-time on Double Map.

Please direct questions or report issues to Parking Services.

Phone: (239) 590-1912
Fax: (239) 590-1910
Email:parkingservices@fgcu.edu

 

Gulf Coast Town Center Shuttle

Each year Gulf Coast Town Center provides a free shuttle service for the students of Florida Gulf Coast University. The shuttle will operate Thursdays from 6 p.m. – 2 a.m. and Saturdays from 3 p.m. – 10 p.m. on weeks that classes are in session.  There will be no shuttle service Thanksgiving break, spring break, or during final exams.  

Click here for the pickup and drop-off locations

 


 

Bicycle Commuting

FGCU Bike Loan

FGCU Campus Recreation Pedal Power bike sharing program is designed to decrease traffic & parking congestion, limit pollution & greenhouse gas emissions, and encourage health & physical exercise around campus. Visit Campus Recreation's webpage to learn how you can sign out a bike!

Remember, you can find others to cycle with using Ride2FGCU.

Get a free Lee County Bike Map and check out BikeWalkLee’s resources and suggested bike routes

 


 

Bus Service                                        

 

Lee Tran’s Route 60 stops on FGCU’s campus and students may ride at discounted faresPurchase your LeeTran bus passes at the University Bookstore and use LeeTran’s  trip planner to see schedules and estimated travel time.

LeeTran Logo

 LeeTran Route 60-8.6.15

 


 

LEED Parking Decal- Annual Permit Discount

To promote the use of low emitting and fuel efficient vehicles, preferred parking and discounted faculty/staff parking permits are available for certain vehicles.  Students, Faculty, and Staff members may check with Parking Services to determine if their vehicle qualifies for the special LEED Parking Decal.  To register a qualified vehicle, please complete the LEED Decal Request Form available at Parking Services.  The form, vehicle, and vehicle registration must be brought to Parking Services for verification and issuance of the LEED Parking Decal.

 


 

Updated 8/24/2015