University Transport

UA Transport

The University of Alicante has good road accessibility due to its location next to the Mediterranean motorway (AP-7), to the region’s highway network, such as the Alicante ring road (A-70), the Mediterranean carriageway (A-7), the Alicante carriageway (A-31) and the northern access to Alicante through A-77.

The (AP-7) motorway and the Alicante ring road (A-70) connect the university with the Alicante-Elche Airport, enabling visitors who choose the plane as their means of transport to travel fast and comfortably.

The Alicante-San Vicente del Raspeig (C-3) commuter train has a stop near the Campus and connects Alicante with the University.

The University of Alicante is also accessible by bus (urban and intercity lines), by the tram Luceros-Universidad (L2) which connects Alicante with the Campus of San Vicente del Raspeig, and by bike using the lanes for this purpose.

Vectalia SuBús

New timetables for the Elche-University of Alicante line as of 4 March 2021


Partial transport funding to carry student group activities as part of their studies at the University of Alicante.

Applications must be submitted after the end of the semester in which the activity was carried out.



The University of Alicante shuttle bus service is temporarily suspended.

This service offers shuttle buses that connect the Renfe C-3 commuter train whistle-stop with the campus expansion area, where the Research Support Services (SSTTI) are located, and with the University at the only stop located in the Duckling Park (Bosque Ilustrado)