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Transportation &
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Active Commute

Biking

Emory supports a bicycling culture for those who cycle to campus, as well as those who cycle around campus. Consider cycling to work or class as a healthier alternative to driving.

Emory's Bicycle Commuter program provides incentives to employees and graduate students who choose to cycle instead of drive to campus. Once cyclists register, they receive a backup commute option, which will allow them to park on campus or use an alternative mode of transport in the event of inclement weather.

Graduate Student Bike and Walk Registration

Bike Champ Ambassadors
We know that the first ride (or rides) on a bike commute can be daunting so we’ve assembled a group of expert bike commuters. Please meet our very first Emory Bike Champ Ambassadors cohort!

Bike Champ Ambassadors

Ebikes from Helbiz

Helbiz Ebikes are available across campus! To ride simply download the Helbiz app and register an account. (Register with your Emory email to get 20% off rides and waive the unlocking fee!!) Then, scan the e-bike's QR code with your smartphone and you're ready to go! A valid ID with DOB is required to register. Read the News article here

Campus locations / Rules of the Road /more info here

Get the Helbiz app

Walking

Walking to work is one of the healthiest and most inexpensive commute options available. 

Rideshare

Apps like Uber, Lyft, Waze, and Scoop make it easy to access flexible transportation options. When using these apps, please remember not to use Woodruff Circle Transit Hub as your pick - up or drop - off address. Woodruff Circle is restricted to bus traffic only. On Emory’s main campus, use this address instead:

640 Means Drive
Atlanta, GA 30322