Perimeter and cross-campus bus service runs seven days a week, stops all the places you need to go, and it's fare-free to ride!
Real-time transit feed for Niner Transit buses and Niner Paratransit. Access transit location, arrival estimate and schedules via:
- Website/mobile site
- Mobile App (Android and iOS)
- Text Messaging
CATS all-access transit passes for faculty, staff and eligible University affiliates are available for purchase here.
Don't want a full pass? You can purchase tickets to ride LYNX light rail at a ticket vending machine located on any station platform. You may also purchase a ticket on the CATS mobile ticketing app. For information on purchasing bus passes, click here.
100 Gotcha™ bikes are distributed via 10 bike corrals on campus to use and enjoy! Information on how to join the program and use the bikes here.
Zipcar U™ offers qualified drivers (ages 18+) vehicles to rent at a low hourly or daily rate. Price includes gas and insurance. Paying only for the time you actually use a car can save a bundle over ownership!
Charlotte's Amtrak station is located at 1914 North Tryon Street. CATS route 11 is the public transit bus that goes from campus to the Amtrak station. Amtrak offers a passenger discount program for students with advance sign-up for their Student Advantage Discount Card.
ShareTheRideNC is a fast, easy and free website where you can quickly and securely find carpool partners. Using your home and work addresses, you will be matched to nearby commuters with similar schedules. Your home address will never appear on match lists.
ShareTheRideNC also has an automated email feature, alerting you when a new commuter signs up who is interested in carpooling or when a vanpool is formed that matches your commute. By default, the system will search for matches every-other week and send an email when a new matches are found.
Sunway Charters a daily bus from the Charlotte Greyhound station at 601 W. Trade Street. The Mountaineer North/South starts in Charlotte and stops in Gastonia, Lincolnton, Newton, Lenoir, and Boone.