The Atlanta area has several shuttles and trolleys that take commuters from a transit station to a variety of destinations, including universities and office buildings. See below to explore options.
With a stop at the Midtown Station, the Tech Trolley travels to the Georgia Tech campus. It is a free service. Wait along Peachtree Place next to the station.
Emory Cliff Shuttles
Emory also has a shuttle service that provides transportation on and off campus. The off-campus routes include the CCTMA, which connects with the Decatur train station on the blue line. There is also service between local hospitals and between Emory and Georgia Tech as an efficient transportation option across town. Due to capacity limitations, high school students are not allowed on the Cliff Shuttles.
Atlanta University Center Woodruff Library Shuttle
Available to AUC students, faculty and staff, the Woodruff Library Shuttle stops daily at the West End and Vine City rail stations. Shuttle times vary by day of the week.
The Buc Shuttle
In Buckhead, hop on the Buc Shuttle just outside the Tower Place Buckhead Station exit for a free ride to office building off of Piedmont Avenue. Or connect with the Lenox Park Buc Shuttle at the Lenox Station.
At the Perimeter Center, two Perimeter Connects shuttles stop at the Dunwoody train station and travel to office buildings in the area, including the Ravinia office park and a stop near Perimeter Place.
SuperShuttles can take you to and from the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport either privately or as a shared-ride service. There are also a variety of other shuttles available at the airport’s ground transportation area.