Texas A&M University Transportation Services is committed to providing safe,
courteous and efficient transportation to the students, faculty, staff and visitors
to the Texas A&M University campus.
In September of 1982, the Transit area began as Bus Operations by providing transportation
for Texas A&M University using a fleet of 33 buses as an Off-Campus shuttle
service. As the University continued to grow, a need for an intra-campus shuttle
system emerged. Therefore, in 1984, the On-Campus shuttle system was created. Today
Transportation Services has a fleet of 80 buses providing on and off campus, paratransit
and charter services for Texas A&M University. The Transit area employs over
250 student drivers, 8 full-time drivers and approximately 20 part-time drivers.
Transit provides a variety of services for the Texas A&M University community.
On-Campus service is free to all students, faculty, staff and visitors to Texas
A&M. On-Campus service consists of seven routes which move passengers from point
to point around campus. Off-Campus service, which formerly required a bus pass or
one-ride coupon but is now covered by the transportation fee, is used to transport
students, faculty and staff to and from campus. Off-Campus service consists of twelve
routes which cover Bryan and College Station. Paratransit service is provided for
our temporarily and permanently disabled students, faculty and staff. It requires that an application be filed with
and approved by Transportation Services. Charter services are also
available for university, student organization, and other local events.