Shuttles operate every class day excluding weekends.
In order to give UCF students, faculty, and staff members a viable, alternate means by which to get around campus in a safe and convenient way, Parking & Transportation Services provides an on-campus shuttle system called Pegasus
There are 15 regular, fixed shuttle routes between the UCF campus and the following 22 off-campus apartment complexes and Central Florida Research Park.
UCF now offers a convenient way for students to get to the grocery store. The grocery shuttles runs Tuesdays from selected stops to Publix Super Market and back. Fuel up and keep your parking spot. Ride the grocery shuttle.
Shuttle services, which consist of five round trips each day, are provided to the Rosen College of Hospitality Management, Monday through Friday during regular class day.
Shuttles travel between UCF’s main campus and the Health Sciences Campus at Lake Nona Monday through Friday
UCF will operate student shuttle buses for all normally serviced apartment complexes (except Tivoli and Northgate, and Northview due to their close proximity to the stadium) on each home football game day. To learn more about Gameday shuttles visit UCF Athletics
Park and Ride is the way to go! Save time during peak hours and ride our free shuttles to class.
Parking and Transportation Services has partnered with Lynx, the Central Florida Transit Authority to provide complimentary access to routes on-board Lynx shuttles.
Shuttle services will be extended to Creative Village.
RedCoach offers an upscale experience with unique features and amenities that guarantee a stress-free and comfortable experience.
For the safety of the passengers on board, shuttles will only stop at designated stops and there are no intermediate stops along the way. A valid UCF ID is required for boarding UCF Shuttles. Shuttles operate on scheduled class days. Effective Jan. 1, 2019, passengers will be required to show a valid UCF ID prior to boarding the Health Sciences, Rosen, and Downtown Creative Village buses.