The Intercampus Shuttle academic year schedule will take effect on Tuesday, September 2, following the Labor Day holiday. Familiarize yourself with the schedule and route map.
Effective July 1, 2014 smoking is restricted to 14 locations on the Morningside campus. View a map of designated smoking areas.
All designated places are at least 20 feet from building entrances, but still provide smoking areas near highly trafficked campus locations, with shelter when possible, or along commonly used travel routes.
Smoking urns are located in each area, making it easy to identify the appropriate location and to ensure that cigarettes are disposed of in the proper waste receptacle.
All members of the Columbia community, as well as visitors, are expected to voluntarily comply with the smoking policy.
For information regarding New York State’s smoking cessation program, call 1-866-NY-QUITS.
The Intercampus Shuttle summer schedule will take effect on Tuesday, May 27, following the Memorial Day holiday. Familiarize yourself with the schedule and route map; there will be one bus running on the Intercampus route, with service approximately once an hour to most locations. Service will run from 6:35 a.m. to 7:35 p.m. Summer shuttle service will be in effect from Tuesday, May 27 through Friday, August 29. The academic year shuttle schedule will resume on Tuesday, September 2, following the Labor Day holiday.
Since initiating car service with Corporate Transportation Group (CTG) last fall, Columbia Transportation has been attentive to user feedback regarding experiences with the company. Despite actions taken on our part to mitigate early service concerns, continued unsatisfactory feedback about CTG has led us to the decision to transition to a new ground transportation vendor. Effective March 24, Columbia Transportation will transition to service provider Luxury Worldwide Transportation (LWT) for official Columbia University business.
Luxury Worldwide Transportation’s proposal was extremely compelling during last year’s RFP process. LWT’s pricing, technology and service models are equal to or greater than all proposals considered by Columbia. The ranking assigned to LWT was principally based on the company’s smaller green fleet. Some of the service benefits that LWT offers include:
- Over 70 hybrid and flex-fuel vehicles that support our commitment to sustainability
- A Care Alerts system that sends emails or texts to riders at each rider touch-point (i.e. upon reservation, driver assignment, at pick-up, etc.). Care Alerts can be sent to up to five different phone numbers or emails
- An on-site campus representative to expedite service issues, with a dedicated toll-free number for Columbia University
- E-mail receipts and a rate-your-ride electronic grading option for riders
- Free grace periods of 15 minutes (for national flights) and 30 minutes (for international flights)
- Service in over 650 cities worldwide
Learn more about LWT’s services and Columbia University account privileges. Regarding voucher and VIP card requests, please note:
Vouchers: Current voucher holders will not have to resubmit requests. Columbia Transportation will issue new vouchers using data on file. First-time vouchers can be requested on the Columbia Transportation website as of today.
VIP Cards: VIP cardholders will retain their account numbers and will receive a new card by interoffice mail in the coming days. Eligible staff members making a first-time request for a VIP card can register on the Columbia Transportation website; see your Department Financial Administrator to determine eligibility.
Columbia community members may continue to utilize current services through April 18, 2014. After this date, users will be responsible for any charges incurred from any vendor other than LWT. Should you encounter any service concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
As of May 7, 2012, the main entrance to the Studebaker building is located on the north side of the building on West 132nd Street for a period of approximately 14 months due to the closure of West 131st Street. The Northbound stop is one block north to the northeast corner of West 132nd and Broadway. There will be no impact on scheduled times.
This shuttle service, which replaces point-to-point vehicular escorts, operates seven days a week from 6:00pm every evening until 4:00am the following morning and utilizes two shuttle buses traveling on different routes, in thirty minute loops across the Morningside and Manhattanville areas.
The Evening Shuttle service is now serving Fairway Marketusing stop #6 on their red route
In an effort to ensure that seats are available for the intended riders of the Fort Lee-GWB Shuttle, an ID and Pass validation process is in place. Ridership is limited to University employees with the following forms of identification:
1. CU Transit Sticker affixed to valid Columbia University ID. CU Transit Stickers are available to University employees and students:
- who work at the Parker Plaza building in Fort Lee. Eligible employees who work at Parker Plaza should contact the Columbia Transportation office at 212-854-3382 or firstname.lastname@example.org to pick up a sticker.
2. Single-Use Shuttle Pass: University employees attending training sessions or other University business at Parker Plaza are entitled to a round-trip shuttle pass. Temporary passes are available by contacting the Columbia Transportation office at 212-854-3382 or email@example.com. If you have an urgent request, you may also call 212-342-0582 during the following hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Get real-time shuttle location and arrival information from any computer or smart phone using TransLoc. Track the Columbia buses in real-time at columbia.transloc.com or download the free TransLoc Transit Visualization app to access information while on the go, including real-time location of all buses and announcements of potential service disruptions.
Effective April 9, 2012: All Intercampus Shuttle buses will be outfitted with a SmartTrack: Passenger Intelligence Rider Count System. This system will allow the Transportation department to capture accurate ridership data for the shuttle in real-time, which will help improve service and ensure that access to the shuttle bus is limited to only the intended ridership.