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URB-E’s are approved for use in and around USC’s campus!
Limited quantities of URB-E foldable electric vehicles available for purchase and financing!
URB-E @ USC Located at: 835 W Jefferson Blvd, Suite 1745, Los Angeles, CA 9007
Hours Open: Monday – Friday 9am – 7pm, Saturday 11am – 7pm, Sunday 12noon – 4pm.
Opening in August 2017 at the USC Village, directly in conjunction with USC’s Department of Transportation, the URB-E Mobility Hub is a dedicated innovation center providing students and faculty access to efficient, safe, and approved transportation services, including first and last mile transportation options, public transportation information, rideshare providers, car rental, and parking locations.
“With traffic at an all time high and public transportation readily available but not always accessible, URB-E’s Mobility Hub at USC will help us connect our campus with the entire city.”
– Tony Mazza, Director of Transportation at USC
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Read about the URB-E Mobility Hub in USC’s Daily Trojan here.
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URB-E around USC Campus
URB-E is approved to be ridden both in and around USC’s campus! Don’t worry about paying for parking, paying for Uber, or even finding a place to lock up your bike. Save time and money commuting with URB-E.
For literally $1/day, learn how you can save time and money by owning a Made in California URB-E Foldable Electric Vehicle. URB-E’s can be brought onto the Metro, put in the trunk of a car, or even placed in your dorm room or apartment.
Real World Innovations
USC is working together with URB-E to innovate the way we move. Open 7 days a week, visitors to the URB-E Mobility Hub can learn about the newest technology and solutions at the forefront of transportation.
Connect to Public Transportation
Apply for discounted Metro passes at the Mobility Hub, as well as other services, that’ll help you save time and money commuting around campus and around LA!
URB-E at USC
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About URB-E and USC Village
What They’re Saying about URB-E at USC
It could really change the way we approach transportation
Not only is it fun and fast, people realize the potential for it. It could really change the way we approach transportation, especially on campus as the university continues to take out bike racks.
I couldn’t believe how easy it was
I use the URB-E on campus at USC. I couldn’t believe how easy it was to get to all of my classes on time last semester, if not early. Everyone deserves at least 15 minutes of extra sleep and that’s what you get and more with the URB-E.
I can bring my URB-E into class and my dorm
I never have to worry about my URB-E being stolen – unlike the bicycles that get left outside, I can bring my URB-E into class and my dorm. Especially since the URB-E has a removable key, I felt comfortable enough to leave it in the back of my classroom like a skateboard.
I go to the Row pretty often during the week, and this is the perfect way to get there. I can ride through all of the other bikes and speed past the pedestrians. I don’t even need to find bike parking! It’s dope.
Even with a bike, I could never have gotten my caffeine fix and back so fast.
During finals, I could zip from the philosophy library (it’s my favorite place to hit the books) to starbucks in like two minutes. Even with a bike, I could never have gotten my caffeine fix and back so fast.
I didn’t have to break a sweat to get where I needed to go
I found that I had more hours in my day, more time to do the things that I wanted to do, and I didn’t have to break a sweat to get where I needed to go.
I love taking my URB-E on the Metro
I love taking my URB-E on the Metro to get to Santa Monica from campus. I came to LA for the sun and the sand, and the URB-E lets me do that without having to pay for a $20 Uber!
“Its battery can charge your iPhone 40 times”
“If you’re using URB-E to work outdoors, the battery provides enough juice to charge a MacBook five times or an iPhone 40 times over, and it can charge up to five devices at once.”
“I had a blast nipping around the Engadget trailer, standing up on the pedals and scooting past bemused colleagues.”
“Considering a Boosted Board will run you somewhere between $999 and $1,599, the new URB-E is actually a pretty great deal if you’re in the market for an urban mobility device.”
“This foldable electric scooter features a USB port for charging all its user’s smart devices at once, and is lightweight and compact enough to carry on a bus or train.”
“The URB-E Sport is a revolutionary, folding electric scooter that provides a new way to travel in this congested urban community.”
Auto World News
“It’s a faster way to get around than walking or taking a car. I was really zipping by cabs when it was like standstill gridlock traffic.”
“Las ventajas [del URB-E] son multiples y existe una diversidad de ganadores, ya que es menos en dinero que se gasta en el vehículo, combustible y seguro y que se esta contribuindo evitar la contaminación y el trafico.”
“It’s way fun. The URB-E moves through a crowd in a bubble of astonished murmurs.”
The Wall Street Journal
“It’s the first foldable e-vehicle—with the comforts of a bicycle—that goes up to 20 miles on one charge. That’s why it’s no surprise that URB-E won the 2014 CES Verge Award.”
“We all want to imagine that the vehicle of the future is a solar-powered flying car … But there’s a more pragmatic alternative already on the market today that clues us into what’s coming next for transportation.”
The Huffington Post
“The advanced lithium battery technology is now leading the way in a super-quiet, super-light electric bike revolution.”
“I’ve never had as many smiles, thumbs up, and so many conversations as soon as people saw it.”
“There is just something about going bicycle speed without pedaling that makes you feel like you’re the first one on your block with a jet pack.”
“The URB-E is a model of structural efficiency. Like an ultralight aircraft, there is nothing on it that isn’t holding it together or moving it down the sidewalk.”
“You get a lot of looks — a lot — this is not something that people have seen before. It is a real head-turner. Aside from all the attention you get, the ride is relatively smooth, quiet and comfortable.”
“In a converted wedding dress shop/tobacco store in Pasadena, California, 22 skilled innovators are developing and building lightweight, foldable electric scooters.”
“Making a product such as URB-E requires a fresh idea, adaptability and strong leadership.”
“While a range of mobility gadgets for city residents has emerged in recent years — from electric skateboards to hoverboards and scooters — the URB-E stands out with its unique appearance.”
The Washington Post