Columbia University is conducting its periodic survey to better understand the travel patterns of the University community. Whether you live on campus or commute from afar, this survey will inform future planning to best meet the dynamic transportation needs of our students, faculty and staff in an effective and environment-friendly way. TAKE SURVEY
As part of the University’s commitment to a healthy and sustainable Columbia, the University is partnering with Zagster to provide a bike share service available to all Columbia members. In spring 2016, Columbia’s Morningside campus will be the first to pilot 14 bikes that will be stationed at Lerner Hall, John Jay Hall, and Wien Courtyard. Bikes will be available 24/7.
Shuttes will operate on the same schedule during the winter break, but there will be no shuttle service on the following University holidays:
New Year's Eve
New Year's Day
Columbia Transportation provides travel options and resources to travel between Columbia’s campuses. Take a moment to explore new and expanded information on our website that highlights commute options that facilitate more efficient and sustainable transportation within the campus community.
In addition to the services provided by the Columbia shuttle system, there are now helpful tips on walking, biking, and carpooling. Plus, look for ways to get involved in our Bike or Metro-North commuter groups.
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Columbia University was named a Silver Bicycle Friendly Business by the League of American Bicyclists, joining more than 1,000 visionary businesses from across the country. Columbia was also distinguished a Bronze Bicycle Friendly University. Learn more about the League of American Bicyclists and this important distinction awarded to the University.
The Intercampus Shuttle fall schedule is in effect Tuesday, September 8, 2015. Download the schedule here.