Shuttle Bus Service
Shuttle Service General Information
The Loyola University shuttle service is available for current Loyola students, faculty and staff only. You must show your Loyola ID to ride the shuttle. U-Pass or Drivers License is not acceptable.
Catch the shuttle at the South end of Halas Field (LSC), or 25 E. Pearson (WTC). At the WTC, the line for the shuttle forms inside 25 E. Pearson in the East hallway on the first floor.
Service operates on weekdays only, when classes are in session during the academic year. (No summer session service.) It is available only for current Loyola students, faculty and staff of Loyola University Chicago.
The Shuttle Service is a supplemental service to CTA. When the lines are long, use Public Transportation.
- Shuttle buses run a continuous loop between the Lake Shore Campus (LSC) and the Water Tower Campus (WTC), at approximately 20-minute intervals, Monday through Friday, starting at 7 a.m. from WTC and 7:30 a.m. LSC. The final two shuttle buses of the day are scheduled to leave at midnight and arrive at both campuses at 12:30 a.m. There is no shuttle service on Saturday or Sunday.
- Under perfect conditions (good weather, no traffic), the shuttles will make the trip between WTC and LSC in less than half an hour. During peak travel periods or inclement weather, the trip may take longer. After 8:00 p.m. the buses run at approximately every 30 minutes.
- There is an evening run to the Metra stations from the Water Tower Campus at 9:05 p.m. Monday through Friday during the academic year. (No summer session service).
Medical Center Service for Nursing Students
Nursing students, please contact the Nursing School about the shuttle service to and from Maywood Campus.
Loyola's Water Tower and Lake Shore Campuses are both located close to Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) bus and train routes, including the #147 and #151 buses, and the Red Line elevated train. To give students the full advantages of public transportation, Loyola participates in the CTA U-Pass program, which gives a student an unlimited number of rides aboard all CTA buses and trains, and eliminates the need to pay cash per ride. For more information, visit: www.luc.edu/upass. For more information about CTA service, visit: www.transitchicago.com