Commute Options at Emory
Welcome to Emory's Transportation Services site. We work closely with the Clifton Corridor Transportation Management Association (CCTMA) and Georgia Commute Options to offer programs and incentives that help to make your commute easier. Please review this site to find information about Emory's Cliff shuttle system and other commute programs.
Quick Links: Shuttles | Carpool | Vanpool | Public Transit | Bike/Walk | Log Your Commute
Emory's Cliff shuttle system serves the University's main campus, Oxford College, Emory University Hospital and Clinics, and the Clifton Corridor.
The fleet is 100% alternatively-fueled, fully accessible, and equipped with bicycle racks.
Visit the shuttle page for routes and schedule information.
Emory's carpooling program is designed to reduce traffic congestion and parking demand at the main campus on Clifton Road. Emory works with Georgia Commute Options and the Clean Air Campaign to offer carpool incentives, provide ongoing support and information, and assist employees and students in obtaining ride match lists.
Visit the Carpool page for more information about programs and incentives.
Vanpools provide an inexpensive commute option for small groups of seven to fifteen commuters who live and work in the same area, have similar work hours, and want to share their commute in a leased van.
Visit the Vanpool page for more information.
Emory supports public transportation in the Metro Atlanta area and encourages faculty, staff and students to take advantage of public transit to access Emory's campuses. Emory provides a variety of incentives (Transcard, Zipcar, Guaranteed Ride Home, and Occasional Parking Permit) for those who qualify and choose public transit to meet their transportation needs.
Visit the Public Transit page for more information.
Emory supports a bicycling culture for those who cycle to work, and those who bicycle around campus. Consider cycling to work or class as a healthier alternative to driving. Bike Emory provides access to a broad social network and helpful cycling tips.
Visit the Bike page for more information.