Shuttle Routes & Stops – Updates for Spring  

Parking & Transportation Services is modifying shuttle routes to better serve our campus. The following modifications will be in place for spring 2022

On-Campus Route Updates

The Gold Route will serve the campus from 5 to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Fridays. The route will have a new stop on Towsontown Boulevard at Burdick Hall (stop #35). The route will no longer serve University Village, which is now accessible via the free Baltimore County LOOP: Purple line or the MTA (Maryland Transit Administration) #53 bus.

The Black Route will morph into three new shorter routes operating from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday:

  1. Service between the West Village, the Science Building, and Stephens Hall
  2. Service between the West Village and Liberal Arts Building
  3. Service from SECU Arena to the core campus

Additional on-campus service is provided by the the York Road/Fairmount Ave off-campus route, which stops at the end of Tiger Way on Osler Drive (stop #34), Fine Arts (stop #16), Administration (stop #14) and Towsontown Garage at Liberal Arts (stop #58). The Armory/401 off-campus route also serves the Athletic Complex, Fine Arts Building and the Science Building (via the Administration Building stop).

Off-Campus Routes

  • The Kenilworth route service will run every thirty minutes starting at 7:20 a.m. Monday through Friday.
  • The Tiger in Town route will operate from 5 to 11 p.m. on weekends only. Use the York Rd/Fairmount Ave route or the Armory/401 route as alternates on weekdays. The route will no longer offer service to the Donnybrook and Knollwood area. Access to the Residence Towers is available via Scarborough Hall (stop #12). Riders requesting service to the Athletic Complex should inform the driver upon boarding.  Return trips from this area may be requested by calling 410-704-SAFE. The Baltimore County LOOP: Purple line is also an alternative route to uptown Towson.
  • The Lachlan Circle route will be discontinued. Use the Goucher-Loch Raven route as an alternate.

Additional Shuttle Service Information:

  • SafeRide will operate from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. seven days a week. The on-call shuttle will serve the entire TU campus and pick-up at TU bus stops uptown for returns to campus upon request. Trips may be requested by calling 410-704-SAFE or by flagging down the driver when on campus. SafeRide will no longer serve University Village, which is now accessible via the free Baltimore County LOOP: Purple line.
  • The Safe Ride, Tiger in Town and Timonium/Cockeysville routes will be provided by Connect Services (red & white bus).
  • Paratransit shuttles will no longer serve University Village.  TU campus affiliates who need paratransit service from that area may contact MTA Mobility.
  • Baltimore Collegetown Shuttle is also available for TU faculty, staff, and students. Visit for more information on services.

For more information regarding on- and off-campus shuttle routes and schedules, visit the Shuttle Services page, call 410-704-4101, contact us via chat on the Parking & Transportation Services website, or email

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This post was written by Gorsuch, Pamela