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Mobility options traveling to and around
Campus

Bikes

bike share

Veo

Veo offers a bike share service with per-ride payment and several subscription options.

By signing up with a university email address to access discounted rates, students, faculty, and staff can now unlock and ride one of many pedal and throttle e-bike options located throughout campus.

bike lease

Transportation Services

Leasing a bicycle through the Texas A&M Sustainable Transportation (ST) office will allow you to save time and money. The ST office offers durable bikes for your transportation needs in and around the Bryan-College Station community.

All registered students are able to lease bicycles on a semester long basis.

private bike ownership

Bike Ownership

Transportation Services offers a comprehensive bicycle program designed to meet the varied needs of students, staff and faculty at Texas A&M.

All personal bicycles on campus must be registered with Transportation Services and display a permit.

Visit the link to find out where bike lanes, racks and maintenance stations are located throughout campus to serve your biking needs.

Buses

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Aggie Spirit

Transportation Services offers free transit service to students, faculty and staff possessing a Texas A&M University or Blinn College ID.

Bus routes run both on- and off-campus throughout the fall and spring semesters and on football gamedays.

Bus routes and service times vary depending on the day of the week and the time of the year.

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Park & Ride

Customers who do not live directly on a bus route may 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.

Our Park and Ride stop is located at First Baptist Church of College Station and is serviced by Route 34 (Fish Camp).

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Brazos Transit District

Students, faculty and staff possessing a Texas A&M University or Blinn College ID may ride the Brazos Transit District buses operating throughout town for free.

Riders must be prepared to show their ID to the driver when boarding at off-campus stops.

Personal Vehicles

vehicle parking

Campus Parking

Transportation Services offers permit, paid visitor, and event parking at dozens of parking lots and garages located around campus.

Drivers wishing to obtain a parking permit must register through Transportation Services.

Visit our parking page for details on each of our parking options, programs and services.

park & ride

Park & Ride

Customers who do not live directly on a bus route may 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.

Our Park and Ride stop is located at First Baptist Church of College Station and is serviced by Route 34 (Fish Camp).

Mobility Options

From car share, rideshare and bike share to shuttles and buses, we have a service to take you where you need to be, whether that's on campus, around town, or out of town. Select where you're headed below and find the mobility options to meet your needs!

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Looking to bring public mobility programs or devices to campus? Visit our public mobility page.