SafeRide staff works diligently to reduce wait times and increase ride efficiency. Please be patient and do not cancel and re-book rides in an attempt to get a shorter time.
SafeRide will be CLOSED Sunday January 19th and Monday January 20th in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
SafeRide is currently hiring! Check the Employment tab for more details!
Sun-Th 6:30PM - 1:00AM
Fri 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
SAFERIDE IS CLOSED ON SATURDAY
SAFERIDE IS CLOSED 01/19-01/20
Remember we truncate our boundaries 20 minutes prior to close every night.
NEED A RIDE?
SafeRide is available to all students and faculty at the University of Arizona. Grab a FREE ride by downloading our app TapRide or give us a call at (520) 621-7233.
For riders with a mobility device please call (520) 621-7233 and press extension 2 for a ride in our Accessible Van.
SafeRide requires showing your Catcard to get a ride to confirm your affiliation as an active student, staff, or faculty member with the University. If you are seen using another persons CatCard then you will be denied a ride and may be denied service for the following month.
SafeRide will be unable to transport children in car seats or booster seats, even if the adult traveling with the child secures the seat inside the vehicle. SafeRide drivers have discretion to deny rides to riders with children who, in their opinion, may be under eight years of age and not more than four feet nine inches tall.
SafeRide is a free transportation service for University of Arizona affiliates. Since 1981, SafeRide has provided a nighttime alternative to walking alone on campus and in the Tucson community. It is managed and operated entirely by students under the sponsorship of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona (ASUA). As an academic service, SafeRide’s mission is to serve those going to or from campus, while also providing a friendly and official presence on the streets at night.
Call us at 520-621-SAFE(7233)!
If you are interested in the NightCat shuttle as an alternate resource for late night transportion, more information can be found at this link: Parking and Transportation You can track the location of the shuttle here: Shuttle Location
Interested in some UAPD recommended safety guidelines?
Did you need a jump start? Lock your keys in the car? Unable to find your vehicle? Fix a flat? Low on fuel? Contact (520) 621-AUTO (2886) for a free service provided by Parking and Transportation between 7am - 11pm Monday through Friday. More info can be found on their website.