Transportation

  • Limebike 
    Load a minimum of $5 into an account and ride with an .edu email address for just $.50 to unlock and 2.5 cents per minute. Use the LIMEND code when registering for a new LIME account and receive 3-free rides.
  • Campus Shuttles
    The University operates three convenient shuttle routes on campus: Bulla to Main; Bulla to Library to Snite; and Baseball to McKenna. The routes run continuously from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, arriving approximately every 10 minutes. Use the ND Mobile app or this website to track the real-time location of the shuttle buses. 
  • TRANSPO 
    South Bend's bus system is fare-free transportation provided to University students, faculty, and staff on all routes in the South Bend/Mishawaka area with a valid University ID. The #5 Route and the #7 Route provide convenient transportation within close proximity to campus.
  • Zipcar
    Zipcar allows students, faculty, and staff a self-service option for short-term car rental that includes low hourly and daily rates with cars conveniently located on campus.
  • South Shore Line
    This commuter train line is an inexpensive and convenient way to travel to Chicago or a variety of Northwest Indiana destinations. 
  • Coach USA
    These convenient and comfortable airport shuttle buses travel to and from the Notre Dame campus to Chicago O'Hare and Chicago Midway airports.
  • Amtrak
    Two Amtrak stations are located nearby in South Bend and Niles, Mich., which include connections to Detroit and Chicago.

 

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