Saint Louis University offers numerous options in traveling to and around campus. Below is a brief overview of transportation options available through SLU:
The Billiken Shuttle Service provides transportation around campus in a safe and time-efficient way. The service is available for faculty, staff, students and SLU visitors.
Shuttle routes that run during the academic year:
Shuttles are clearly marked with SLU graphics.
For the complete SLU shuttle schedule and routes, visit the shuttle page.
ALL SLU RIDE vehicles are clearly marked as University vehicles.
Call (314) 977-RIDE (7433) to arrange an escort or visit the SLU Ride page.
Of course, many faculty and staff will continue to drive to campus, and there are plenty of available parking options on campus. Costs vary by location. For more detailed information regarding parking permits and where to park, call parking and card services at (314) 977-2957 or visit the parking and card services' page.
SLU also has partnered with a number of organizations to provide transportation services to the SLU community. Below is a brief overview of those options and links to their Web sites:
RideFinders, the St. Louis regional rideshare program, provides people with the resources and connections to carpooling. RideFinders provides a free ride matching service to help commuters carpool to work. Register through their online program to either find a match or add members to your already existing carpool.
The Guaranteed Ride Home (GRH) Program
RideFinders Guaranteed Ride Home (GRH) Program guarantees peace of mind for registered carpool participants by providing them with up to four free taxi rides a year if they have to work late or leave work early for an emergency. Please note that there are distance restrictions, and be sure to ask about them. Learn more >>
For more information on RideFinders, visit www.ridefinders.org or call 1-800-VIP-RIDE (800-847-7433)
Trailnet provides biking, hiking, walking and conservation events and community education to diverse groups of people looking to lead healthier and more active lives. Hallmark programs include the Bicycle Fun Club, Safe Routes to School and Eagle Days at the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge.
Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT), leads advocacy efforts to expand light rail as the critical component of an integrated, affordable, and convenient public transportation system that will enable economic growth to improve quality of life in the St. Louis region. Learn More »
Metro Discounted Passes
In 2006, SLU launched a new program to help University employees save on the cost of monthly transit passes from Metro.
Metro Transportation Options
A MetroLink station located along Grand Boulevard between Chouteau Avenue and Highway 40. For schedule and information about this station please visit metro's page.
Confused on how to get from home to SLU using Metro?