Tiger Transit

Tiger Transit

THIS IS YOUR TRAVEL GUIDE TO CAMPUS.

Our mission is to provide safe and reliable transit service to Auburn University students, faculty and staff. During the fall and spring semesters, Tiger Transit is in operation from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. (our East Glenn route will conclude its services at 6 p.m.) and from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. during the summer semester. For transportation across campus after our regular operational day has ended, the Night Security Shuttle Service is available for on-campus travel. Please visit the Department of Campus Safety and Security website for complete information regarding the days and times this service is available.

The transportation services we provide are available for current Auburn University students to utilize as much or as little as needed. Auburn University faculty and staff members may utilize internal lines at no cost. To travel to an off-campus, non-academic destination utilizing Tiger Transit, a bus pass must be purchased. As the Tiger Transit System is the system for Auburn University and paid for by student fees, the general public is not allowed to utilize the system. The Lee-Russell Public Transit is the public transit system for the Lee County, Alabama area. Information regarding the services they provide may also be obtained by calling (334) 749-9092.

We encourage students to take advantage of the twenty-two routes that are offered throughout the academic year. The Transit Visualization System (TransLōc) has easy to identify color-coordinated routes to help with identifying the route or routes you need. TransLōc offers the TransLōc Rider App, which is free and available for Apple and Android devices and provides real-time location bus data, as well as, Tiger Transit news and information.

TIGER TRANSIT BY THE NUMBERS
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2,246,723
Riders Transported by Tiger Transit in 2018
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70
Buses in the Tiger Transit Fleet
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On and Off Campus Stops Serviced by Tiger Transit