Reduced Capacity & COVID Procedures  (Posted 9/2/2020)

COVID-19 Transit procedures in effect. Face coverings required and limited capacity. More information is available at

Current COVID-19 Updates

Transportation Services is responding to policies implemented at Texas A&M and across our community, state and nation. We want to remind you of options available related to our services.

Some things may be different when you return to campus this fall. Keep up to speed with the current COVID-19 parking and transit policies and updates, and plan ahead for the fall semester here.

We recognize the challenges you are facing during this period of uncertainty and want you to know we remain focused on serving you, and on the health and safety of those around us. We are closely monitoring and discussing this unprecedented situation and will communicate any changes to these plans as soon as possible once they are decided.

COVID-19 updates

What you need to know

Polo Rd. Garage

Polo Rd. Garage is Open!

The newly constructed garage includes 1,680 parking spaces on five parking levels for use by students, faculty, staff and visitors.

Gene Stallings Blvd. Garage

Live Garage Availability

CCG Central Campus Garage 164
PRG Polo Road Garage 280
SBG Stallings Blvd Garage 280
UCG University Center Garage 352
WCG West Campus Garage 390
know your alternatives

Know your alternatives!

From bike share to car share to out-of-town shuttles, we've got the program to fit your needs and keep campus green!

Drive the Aggie Spirit bus

Drive the Aggie Spirit!

  • $12/hr starting pay with regular raises and get paid while we train you!
  • Work 12–39 hours per week
  • No experience needed
Traffic and Construction

Traffic & Construction

Construction advisories will be listed in this panel, if any are active. For info on campus or city construction, click the button below.

Transportation Services 101

Buses, bikes, parking – we have it all. Find out what services we have to offer and how we can help make your time at Aggieland easier.

Fall 2020 Transit Changes

Timing & Service Demand

We will be adjusting the timing of schedules to accommodate peak traffic congestion during morning, noon and afternoon periods to improve on-time percentage and service reliability. We will also match service to ridership demand for the first 4-6 weeks of the semester based on historical ridership data.

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