VIA U-Pass

Starting fall 2019, UTSA and VIA Metropolitan Transit will partner to provide free, unlimited bus service to current UTSA students and employees. The VIA U-Pass program offers cost savings and makes it easier for the campus community to leave vehicles at home, reducing traffic on campus roads and parking lots.

 Download the VIA app.

How do I ride?

Download the VIA goMobile ticketing app and sign in with your UTSA preferred email address. Instructions will be sent via email from 'no-reply@moovelna.com.' No smartphone? Contact Campus Services for instruction.

Use the goMobile app to board the bus when you're ready to ride. Learn how the VIA goMobile app works.

 Students get ready to board the VIA at UTSA.

Let VIA bring you to campus

VIA travels throughout the greater San Antonio area and provides a wide range of bus stops and park-and-ride locations. View routes and start planning your trip.

Traveling between the Main and Downtown Campuses? VIA route 93 provides convenient and quick transportation.

 

 Ride the VIA at UTSA.

Why ride VIA?

VIA is an eco-friendly alternative to driving your car to campus. Save time and money when you don’t have to pay for parking, maintain a vehicle, or sit in traffic.

All VIA buses offer instant access to the Bexar BiblioTech e-library and free 4G LTE Wi-Fi. Spend more time reading, studying, checking e-mails, and staying connected. 

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VIA U-Pass

VIA U-Pass

Beginning fall 2019, students and employees ride VIA for free. Learn more.

 

The Runner GPS App

The Runner GPS App

Track your on-campus shuttle in real-time and receive live updates. Download for free on the App Store and Google Play.

 

Real-Time Parking Occupancy

Real-Time Parking Occupancy

Find parking availability on campus.

 

Campus Services Annual Report FY18

Annual Report FY18

Experience the year in review with our seven service areas’ highlights, achievements, financials, and goals for the 2019 fiscal year. Read more.