Beginning Friday, September 1, Evening Shuttle (Via) service will begin at 6:00 P.M. for the fall season.
The Fall Intercampus and Lamont Shuttle schedules will begin on Tuesday, September 5. The last day of the summer schedules will be Saturday, September 2.
The Lamont Park-and-Ride program recently expanded, adding ten new parking spaces for Columbia affiliates who want to park at Columbia’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory campus in Palisades, NY for a nominal fee and ride the free Lamont-Doherty Shuttle to and from campus. This recent increase brings the total to 51 parking spaces.
Introducing the new and improved Evening Shuttle app, with fast, easy booking to get you on your way in no time!
Columbia Transportation and the Office of Sustainability participated in a capstone project with students from the Undergraduate Program in Sustainable Development this Spring semester.
The Intercampus Shuttle summer schedule will begin on Monday, May 22. The last day of the Academic Year schedule will be Saturday, May 20.
Through gradually transitioning its vehicles to hybrid and electric as they need to be replaced, Columbia University’s Department of Public Safety has greatly reduced its emissions.
Columbia announces updates to its COVID-19 guidance as of May 11, 2023, upon conclusion of the national public health emergency.
For more COVID-19 guidance and updates, visit the COVID-19 Resource Guide for the Columbia Community website.
The following new guidance will take effect as of October 1.
As we embark on a new academic year, make sure to take advantage of Columbia Transportation’s commute and travel resources that are available to you.
Beginning Thursday, September 1, Evening Shuttle service will begin at 6:00 P.M. for the fall season. Corner-to-corner service will run from 6:00 – 8:00 P.M. and door-to-door service will run from 8:00 P.M. to 3:00 A.M.
The new Fall 2022 schedule is now available for the Intercampus Shuttle. All other shuttle schedules will remain unchanged for this semester.
The service provided over 160,000 safe rides for Columbians over the academic year and averaged just over a 15-minute wait time.
Transportation professionals from peer institutions met at Columbia for a weekend of presentations, tours, and exchanging of information.