The university hosts several hundred events and welcomes thousands of visitors each year. Auburn University Parking Services is committed to providing visitors, guests, and members of the university community with convenient access to campus to assist in creating an overall positive experience at AU.
The Tiger Transit offers 20 lines for the Fall and Spring semesters and is available to Auburn University students, faculty and staff. Tuition payments include fees associated with the Tiger Transit. Auburn University students with a valid AU ID card have unlimited access to Tiger Transit routes. Faculty and staff have unlimited Tiger Transit access to the internal campus routes with a valid Auburn University I.D. card. To travel to an off-campus, non-academic destination (using either Tiger Transit or Lee-Russell Public Transit), a bus pass must be purchased from Tiger Transit though AU Access and must be picked up at the Parking Services Office.
Campus Security Shuttle
The Campus Security Shuttle offers a safe ride from any on-campus location to any on-campus location from 6 p.m.-7 a.m. seven days a week while classes are in session, except during home football game evenings and official Auburn holidays. For service, please call (334) 844-7400.
Off-Campus Night Transit Information
The Off-Campus Night Transit line has multiple buses traveling to all external Tiger Transit destinations. This line departs from the AU Student Center/Haley Center Hub (Monday - Friday) every 30 minutes. The hours for the Off-Campus Night Transit are 6:15 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters and 5:15 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. during the summer semester. The Night Transit off-campus route is one-way and will not board passengers for return trips to campus or for other Tiger Transit destinations.
In partnership with the Student Government Association, the Tiger Ten departs from Magnolia Avenue beginning at 10:30 p.m. and concluding at 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday, when classes are in session; except during home football game evenings and official AU holidays or closures.
Biking is a fun and efficient way to get around campus. Auburn University has provided many bicycle racks around campus for those students who ride to campus. All bicycles operated on campus must be registered annually online through Tigeri or brought to the Auburn University Parking Services office and registered.
The War Eagle Bike Share, operated by Gotcha Bike, is a program that provides bicycles for shared use at Auburn University. Students receive a fun, healthy and sustainable mode of transportation around campus without the worries of bike ownership. After completing a ride, users can share miles traveled, CO2 reduced, calories burned and money saved versus driving via social media. The best part? The first two hours each day are free. Have your student create an account by downloading the “Social Bicycles” app or visiting au.gotchabike.com.
Bringing a Car to Campus
Getting Around Auburn
Taxi services are available for use in the Auburn area. In addition to taxis students can download the Uber app on their phone to set up in-town transportation.