George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee Shuttle

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Hours of Operation

The George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee Shuttle runs Monday through Friday, excluding University holidays. Please review our rider etiquette guidelines.

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Bring Your ID

Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis and all riders must present their Columbia ID.

Need help or have questions?

Don't hesitate to contact us.

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Shuttle Accessibility

All George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee Shuttles are ADA accessible.

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Route Your Trip

If you've ever used Google Maps, our interactive shuttle map should look familiar. Enter your starting and destination addresses and when you want to leave. View our tutorial video for help.

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The schedule below reflects the expected departure time of the shuttle at each stop. From CUIMC (Medical Center), passengers can connect to the Intercampus Shuttle for service to Harlem Hospital and the Morningside and Manhattanville campuses.

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Download Our App

Our partner Passio provides an app for both iOS and Android called Passio Go! It allows you to quickly check the location and routes of our shuttles from your mobile device. Download it now.

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GPS Shuttle Tracking

See exactly where the shuttle is right now using the GPS functionality of our Shuttle Stop Map below, or through the Passio Go! app, available for free download.

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Emergency Updates

You can now subscribe to receive notifications about emergency-related shuttle service updates directly to your inbox!

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Parking Options in Fort Lee

The Borough of Fort Lee has a number of parking options that are a short walk to the Fort Lee Shuttle stop and are open to the public. Learn more.

George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee Shuttle Schedule & Route Map

Before using the interactive route map and Shuttle schedule below, please familiarize yourself with the types of stops on the Shuttle route and their locations. Note that the morning, midday, and evening schedules follow slightly different routes.

Manhattanville campus faculty and staff using the Fort Lee shuttle for their commute can be reimbursed for a ride home during a personal emergency. Learn more here.

Certain stops on the George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee Shuttle route are "hard stops", meaning that the driver always comes to a full stop there, even if there are no riders waiting to board. The driver will wait at a hard stop until the time when the Shuttle schedule indicates that the Shuttle should depart.

Other stops are "soft stops", where the driver will slow down, but continue past the stop if no one is waiting.

Below is a list of the hard and soft stops on the George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee Shuttle Summer Schedule:



The route shown on the map includes all stops that the George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee Shuttle makes during a.m. and p.m. service. Mid-day service via the Lamont Shuttle stops on Broadway.

  • When searching for directions using the maps, the system will only search times for the routes that are enabled on the map. To search all available routes and times, ensure that you have the route enabled.
  • Clicking on a stop marker will display information about the stop, a picture of the stop, and the next three times the shuttle stops there.
  • The shuttle is tracked live via GPS. A moving bus icon on the map will show you where the shuttle is in real-time.

George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee (Morning)

George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee (Mid-Day)

***Mid-Day Fort Lee service is operated by the Lamont shuttle and is tracking on the Lamont route in the Passio Go! App.***

George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee (PM)

*Trips will be provided by a 54 passenger Academy branded bus, not trackable on Passio Go app