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Welcome to the New Transportation Website

Our new site was built with the Columbia Sites platform, so it's mobile friendly, accessible, and simple-to-navigate. It also provides Google Maps-powered shuttle routes and maps that make finding out how to get from Point A to Point B at Columbia easier than ever.

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Learn How to Use the New Shuttle Maps

This short video tutorial provides a quick tour of the new Transportation site and explains how to use our new Shuttle Maps.

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Let Us Know What You Think

Complete our brief feedback form and tell us what you think of the new site.

News & Announcements

July 04, 2018

New Passio Go! app tracks multiple shuttles

We've moved to a new app called Passio Go! which will allow you to track the location of the Intercampus, Lamont, and Evening Shuttles. In the near future, all shuttle routes will be available through the new app.

Click here to download Passio Go! for your mobile device.

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. 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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Intercampus Shuttle

The Intercampus Shuttle connects the Morningside Campus with the Manhattanville and CU Medical Center 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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Manhattanville Loop Shuttle

The Manhattanville Loop Shuttle connects the Morningside Campus with the Manhattanville Campus, running a limited route between the two. It operates Monday through Friday, excluding University holidays and the summer term.

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George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee Shuttle

The George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee shuttle provides transportation to and from campus to the CU Medical Center 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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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.

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Evening Shuttle

The Evening Shuttle utilizes two buses on different routes, in thirty minute loops across the Morningside and Manhattanville areas. It operates seven days a week from 6:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m., excluding University holidays. This shuttle can be tracked on this site and by 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 Medical Center (CUMC), and Harlem Hospital (HH) with stops at nearby subway and transit stops.

Columbia Transportation Shuttle Routes and Live Tracker

The map below allows you to enter a starting point and destination and search possible routes across all our Shuttle routes.

Coming Soon: Live GPS tracking of the Intercampus, George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee, and Evening Shuttles will be available on this map, as well as on their respective shuttle pages. In the future, all Shuttles will be available for live tracking.