Towson University operates eight off-campus shuttles that go to and from campus and the surrounding community.
TU's Off campus shuttle service will begin on Tuesday, Sept 8, 2020. Please see the updated list of routes being served ths fall term as well as the associated updated schedules. Download the TU TigerRide App for alerts and route predictions.
The Tiger-In-Town Shuttle will also resume its service for the fall term. Beginning on Thursday, Sept. 10, the Tiger in Town shuttle will operate on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 6 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. SafeRide will supply trips back to campus from 2:30 a.m. to 7 a.m. You can hail the shuttle from any of the Tiger in Town shuttle stops in uptown Towson or wave/hail the SafeRide bus.
There will be no CDX Shuttle service for the fall term.
In compliance with the Tigers Care public health iniative, all passengers are required to wear masks on all TU shuttles. No guests are permitted on any of the off-campus routes this term. Please have your TU ID when boarding the bus. If you do not have your TU ID, you will be asked to sign-in for contact tracing purposes.
The holiday schedules for after the Thanksgiving and winter breaks will be determined at a later date. Please check this page for details and look out for a TU Today announcement in November. Off campus shuttles will operate on a "holiday" schedule during winter, spring and summer breaks. As a reminder, if TU is closed for any reason including inclement weather, there is no shuttle service.
The Collegetown Shuttle service will not operate through the fall term but plans to restart service for the spring 2021 term. For more information view Baltimore Collegetown.
Do you use the TU Shuttles to get to campus? If so, you can apply for the Alternative Transportation program and get four free parking codes for the fall term. Consider it our gift to you for helping to reduce TU's carbon footprint and committing to not purchase a parking a permit.