View real-time bus locations online at http://transport.tamu.edu/busroutes.
On-campus service is fare-free for students, faculty, staff and visitors to Texas A&M. Off-campus service is fare-free for students, faculty, and staff. Bus passes are no longer needed to ride the bus. However, we reserve the right to check
TAMU/Blinn/Brazos Transit District ID's on a random basis, so always have yours handy when riding the bus. How to Ride Guide
Yes, as long as the University is open. Information on Break Service will be
posted before the break begins.
Transit Service: See our Night Service page for transit service through midnight.
The Corps of Cadets provides a free 24-hour escort service. To request an escort simply call the Guard Room (845-6789), and a Corps member will meet the person requesting the escort and walk with him/her to most central on-campus locations (e.g., resident halls, parking lots, etc.)
The CARPOOL student organization also provides rides. See carpool.tamu.edu for more information.
Bryan: Route 12 or Route 15
Post Oak Mall: Route 27
Blinn: Route 12
Target: Route 27
Wal-Mart (College Station): Route 34
Bush School: Route 05
Other Off-Campus Locations
Yes. Please be prepared to present your Blinn ID if it is requested.
Students, faculty and staff may be eligible to ride our paratransit vehicles. For more information
and an application visit our Paratransit page.
Alternatively, you may request service from The District.
Any item left on the bus will be taken to Lost and Found (979.845.1515) located in MSC Room 2240.
Please go there to pick it up Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm.
No, however, groundshuttle.com provides service between Easterwood Airport to George Bush Intercontinental or Hobby (home pick-up available). There are also several local taxi companies who can provide both in-town and out-of-town service.
Transit services are funded by allocations from the University Advancement Fee.
Knowing that unlimited service to all areas
of College Station/Bryan is not economically practical, off-campus routes are designed
to serve those areas where the highest concentrations of students live. Several Park and Ride
options were also developed by having a route serve Post Oak Mall,
First Baptist Church of College Station and the College Station WalMart
and many students who do not live directly on a route drive a short distance to
an area where parking is allowed and catch the bus at the nearest stop. This
allows access to all who choose not to purchase a parking permit.
service was designed to provide a transportation option to all areas of campus and
is available to all. Even those students who choose the parking permit option
and drive to campus benefit through reduced traffic and more parking availability.
According to Google Transit policy, the service provider must "provide a transportation service that is open to the public, and operates with fixed schedules and routes." Because our system is funded by student fees and not open to the general public we are not eligible to use their service.