Students, faculty and staff possessing a Texas A&M University or Blinn College ID, and members of the general public possessing a Brazos Transit District ID may ride both on- and off-campus bus routes.
Individuals without an ID will be allowed to ride and given information on how to obtain an approved ID. All service dates and times are subject to change.
Please check the Leave Times & Maps page for specific leave times.
There is no service on holidays, on nights and weekends during break service, or on home football gamedays.
During Fall and Spring Service, Night Service runs Monday through Friday between the hours of 7 pm and midnight on all off-campus routes and on-campus routes 01 Bonfire,
Night/Weekend 03 Yell Practice, Night/Weekend 04 Gig 'em and 05 Bush School.
Excluding home football gamedays, Weekend Service is offered during Fall and Spring semesters between 9 am and 5 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
On home football gamedays, Transportation Services will offer limited transit service on and off campus.
More on gameday Transit routes
Real-time bus locations
Paratransit service is available from Lot 88 ($20 parking fee), next to the General Services Complex,
to Kyle Field (Zone entrance) 3 hours prior to kick-off, throughout the game, until 1 hour after the game.
Questions? Call 979.847.RIDE (7433) prior to gameday.
Leave Times & Maps
Break Service operates Monday through Friday only, from 7 am to 6 pm.
Weekend & Night Service is not offered during this time.
All dates and times are subject to change. Please check the Leave Times & Maps frequently for updates.
Transit Service Dates
Unlimited bus service to all areas of College Station/Bryan is not economically practical so a Park and Ride option was developed.
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).
Park and Ride map
Route 34 map
offers shuttle service between Easterwood Airport and George Bush Intercontinental or Hobby Airport in Houston and to Austin Bergstrom airport in Austin.
Shuttlewizard.com offers 24/7 unlimited, nationwide shuttle service throughout the US.
Texas A&M students and university personnel can use the coupon code for additional discounts.
There are also several local taxi companies who can provide both in-town and out-of-town service.
Texas A&M Transportation Services is not affiliated with, funded by, or in any way associated with the above listed vendors.
Coach USA offers weekend and holiday service to Houston, Dallas, and Grand Prairie with connectivity via
Megabus to other destinations. Weekend service departs College Station on Friday and returns Sunday.
RedCoach offers service to Dallas and Houston.
Texas A&M College of Engineering and Health Science Center are happy to offer a new Ground Shuttle program.
Starting the month of June 2021, students, employees, and faculty will have the opportunity to reserve a seat on a Ground Shuttle van.
The van will transport riders Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from College Station to The Houston Medical Center in the morning and back to College Station in the evening.
Reserve your seat
Brazos Transit District and Texas A&M University Transportation Services have a history of cooperation and partnership dating back to 2006.
Students, faculty and staff possessing a Texas A&M University or Blinn College ID, and members of the general public possessing a Brazos Transit District ID must be prepared to show their ID to the driver when boarding at off-campus stops.
Brazos Transit District