Saint Louis University offers a wide variety of transportation options, including a shuttle service and safe escorts, to help you get around campus.
Bike racks are available throughout campus. Bikes can be registered through the Department of Public Safety. Changing and showering facilities are available to bicycle commuters at Simon Recreation Center, the Salus Fitness Center and Doisy Research Center; a SLU ID is required. For more information about biking in St. Louis, visit Trailnet or Great Rivers Greenway.
SLU’s shuttles provide transportation on campus and points around St. Louis in a safe and time efficient way. The service is available to students, faculty and staff, as well as SLU visitors. For more information about shuttles, visit the SLU shuttles page.
Assistance can be provided to University buildings on campus as bordered by Washington Boulevard, Compton Avenue, Shaw Boulevard and Vandeventer Avenue.
Use the SLU Ride app or request a ride online. Current SLU Ride hours are:
- Monday through Wednesday, 6 p.m. to 1 a.m.
- Thursday, 6 p.m. to 2 a.m.
- Friday, 6 p.m. to 3 a.m.
- Saturday, 7 a.m. to 3 a.m.
- Sunday, 12 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Download the SLU Ride App (TripShot)
Outside of SLU Ride hours, the Department of Public Safety can provide safety escorts. To request a safety escort, call 314-977-3000.
Saint Louis University's Department of Transportation Services coordinates the rental of University vans to assist the transportation needs of faculty, staff, students and SLU organizations conducting official University business. For more information about van rental, visit the Van Rental page.
University Owned Golf Cart/Utility Vehicles
All golf carts/utility vehicles must be registered with Parking, Card and Transportation Services and must display an official University vehicle number to operate or park on campus.
Register a Golf Cart/Utility Vehicle
Golf Cart/Utility Vehicle Usage Rules and Regulations
Saint Louis University strives to provide a safe environment for all students, vendors, employees and guests.
The purpose of these rules and regulations is to provide governing procedures on the use and operation of non-licensed powered
carts so that University-owned or contractor-owned non-licensed equipment (including
but not limited to: golf cart-type vehicles, lawn mowers and utility vehicles) are
operated in a safe manner to prevent injuries to personnel and property.
Read the Rules and Regulations
Golf Cart/Utility Vehicle Training
Saint Louis University Risk Management has implemented a training program for golf
cart/utility vehicle safety. This online course is required by anyone who operates
a golf cart/utility vehicle on campus and must be passed prior to operating.
Take SLU's Golf Cart/Utility Vehicle Training