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Columbia Transportation and its partners have implemented a number of recommended safety measures to reduce risk for employees and the Columbia community during COVID-19. We will monitor the evolving situation periodically and continue to adjust our policies accordingly.

News & Announcements

September 01, 2020

Fall 2020 Academic Year Shuttle Schedules Now Available

As the summer comes to a close, we’re writing to share the revised Academic Year schedule, which goes into effect Tuesday, September 8. The 96th Street stop location has been added to better meet the needs of our riders across the shuttle network. All departure times have been adjusted accordingly. Please remember the safety measures in place due to COVID-19 and always wear a face covering while aboard the bus.

Columbia University Shuttle Routes

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Intercampus Shuttle

The Intercampus Shuttle connects the Morningside Campus with the Manhattanville and CU Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) Campuses as well as Harlem Hospital. It operates Monday through Friday, excluding University holidays. This shuttle can be tracked on this site and using the Passio Go! mobile app.

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George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee Shuttle

The George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee shuttle provides transportation to and from the CU Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) Campus to the George Washington Bridge and further on to Fort Lee. The shuttle operates Monday through Friday, excluding University holidays. This shuttle can be tracked on this site and by using the Passio Go! mobile app.

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Hoboken Shuttle Pilot

Beginning January 21, 2020 throughout the Spring semester, Columbia will continue to pilot a shuttle connection between Hoboken, New Jersey and Columbia’s Morningside campus.

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Lamont Shuttle

The Lamont Shuttle connects Morningside Campus with the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. It operates Monday through Friday, with limited service on Saturday; the shuttle does not run on University holidays. This shuttle can be tracked on this site and using the Passio Go! mobile app.

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Community Shuttle

Columbia University provides free shuttle bus service for qualifying individuals via the ADA-accessible Intercampus Shuttle. The shuttle connects 96th Street, the Morningside campus, the CU Irving Medical Center (CUIMC), and Harlem Hospital (HH) with stops at nearby subway and transit stops.

Interactive Shuttle Maps and Live Shuttle Tracker

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Plan Your Trip

Choose a shuttle route below to plan your trip with our interactive maps and to track where the shuttle is in real time. The maps work just like Google Maps. Although routes can be made visible or invisible using the toggles, please note that a route must be visible to be included in a destination search using the map. And remember, seating is provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Don't Forget Your ID

All Shuttles require a valid Columbia University ID, except the Community Shuttle which has separate ID requirements.

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Track the Shuttles

See exactly where the our shuttles are in real-time using the GPS functionality of our Shuttle Stop Maps, found on each of our shuttle landing pages or via the all-shuttle map below. Live tracking is also available using our Shuttle App (powered by Passio Go!), available for free download.


All Columbia Shuttle Routes

This map shows all Columbia shuttle routes. You can perform a route search across all shuttle lines using the Starting Point and Destination fields and track each shuttle in real time. Clicking on a stop marker will display information about the stop, a picture of the stop, and the next three times a shuttle stops there.

For full shuttle schedules and to view maps dedicated to one shuttle line only, visit each shuttle landing page, available through the top navigation.