NightRide service begins on the first day of autumn quarter: September 28, 2023.
NightRide shuttles are white 19-passenger ADA accessible shuttle buses with an SP+ vendor logo on the side.
NightRide provides a fare-free, safe and easy way for Husky Card holders to get home at night.
How it works
NightRide shuttles pick up passengers at one of eight scheduled stops around campus. After the Flagpole stop, the last scheduled stop on campus, shuttles deviate from the fixed route to drop off riders at their requested location within the East or West zone boundaries. To be dropped off in the East zone, riders need to be on an East zone shuttle. Similarly, to be dropped off in the West zone, riders need to be on a West zone shuttle. Riders can transfer from a West zone shuttle to an East zone shuttle or vice versa at the Flagpole stop. Review the Frequently asked questions for more information.
When it operates
Shuttles pick up passengers from 8 p.m. until 1:34 a.m. for the East zone and from 8 p.m. until 1:39 a.m. for the West zone, Monday through Friday (excluding University holidays) during the Autumn, Winter and Spring quarters with extended service running until 3:30 a.m. the week before and the week of finals. Pick up time schedules for both zones are listed below.
Things to note
- Because the service allows for deviations, it may run behind schedule periodically.
- Please do not ask the driver to access an area that is challenging to navigate.