Don’t have your own car? To get around campus, students can utilize our free on-campus bus system. Real-time bus tracking is available via bus.gatech.edu or the Transloc app. Buses run within campus, to Tech Square and a grocery route on weekends to the Atlantic Station Publix and Shopping district. The Midnight Rambler operates during the late-night hours every day during fall and spring semesters. Georgia Tech also offers the Stingerette - a demand-response, shared-ride service for students seven days a week from 8:00pm-3:15am (excluding Institute holidays and during home football games).
Bicycle Registration enables the GTPD to identify your bike and contact you in the event that the bicycle is recovered after being lost or stolen. If you believe your bicycle has been stolen, please contact GTPD at 404-894-2500.
End of Semester – All students will need to secure their bicycles at the end of the semester. If you are leaving Georgia Tech Housing, do not forget to take your bike with you. If you are going to live in housing for the upcoming semester, look for signage related to removal dates over the summer. While removals take place temporarily store your bike in your room. All remaining bicycles will be removed from all storage rooms and racks adjacent to residence halls and stored for 30 days before being donated.
There are several options for storage of bicycles in and around Housing buildings:
- Some residence halls have bicycle storage rooms within the building. Ask your staff member if your building has one.
- Bicycle storage racks are located near various residence halls throughout campus.
- Securing bicycles to hand rails at any location can impede the safe evacuation of areas and is prohibited. In addition, bicycles are not to be secured to trees, lampposts or any landscape location. Bicycles may be impounded if you do so.
To inquire about a bicycle that has been removed contact Tara Adams at email@example.com.
These vehicles must be parked in those areas designated by Parking and Transportation. Violations include, but are not limited to, ticketing, removal and impounding.
For more information concerning parking motorcycles, mopeds or other forms of transportation, go to the Parking and Transportation website.
Per campus policy, electric scooters and other shared dockless devices are not allowed in campus buildings, including residence halls, and may not be charged anywhere on campus. They may be parked near (but not at) bike racks on campus. Do not leave them on sidewalks, or at other locations if they can be parked near a bike rack. Do not park scooter in a position that blocks pedestrian paths or access. For more information concerning scooters or other personal mobility devices, go to the Parking and Transportation website.