Buses Info for March 5 Occupy Sacramento

Departure Times

UC Santa Cruz: UCSC East Remote Parking Lot, 6am, March 5
UC Davis: ARC Parking Lot, 8am or 9am, March 5
City College of San Francisco: 50 Phelan Avenue (Upper Parking Lot, Near Riordan High School 7:30am
SF Civic Center: Larkin @Fulton 7:45am
Fresno State University: Student Recreation Center at Woodrow and Shaw Ave, 6am, March 5
Berkeley: Bancroft & Telegraph, 7:30am, March 5
UCR: University Avenue adjacent to Parking Lot 24, 12:30am, March 5
UCM: Kolligian Library Traffic Loop, 7:30am, March 5

Return Info for Monday, March 5 at 7pm: All buses leave Sacramento from 15th Street between L and M

UC Santa Cruz: UCSC East Remote Parking Lot
UC Davis: ARC Parking Lot
SF (One return points only): Civic Center BART station
Fresno State University: Student Recreation Center at Woodrow and Shaw Ave
Berkeley/Oakland: MacArthur BART
UCR: Contact Associated student
UCM: Kolligian Library Traffic Loop

Return Info: Tuesday, March 6 at 12pm: All buses leave Sacramento from 15th Street between L and M

If you reserve a spot for departure on Tuesday, housing will be provided in Sacramento

UC Santa Cruz: UCSC East Remote Parking Lot
Berkeley/Oakland: MacArthur BART
SF (One return points only): Civic Center BART station

If you don't see a departure location listed here, and you are a student or employee at an educational institution, contact your student government to see if there is a bus leaving your school for March 5. 

If you can't find a ride on a bus from your school, want help organizing a carpool, or have other questions about getting to Sacramento on March 5, contact us at  ReFundCA@calorganize.org.  We will work with you on rideshares and/or direct you to public transportation to make sure that everyone is able to get to and from the action..

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