Auxiliary Enterprises partners with Reston Limousine Services to provide shuttle transportation services to faculty/staff, students, and visitors.
Auxiliary enterprises provide other convenient transportation options, including our free university shuttle, public transportation, bicycling, carsharing, and other means. This website provides information regarding these options for traveling around from Howard University Main Campus, West Campus, and Howard University Hospital.
Scheduled Howard University Shuttle Bus Service is provided for movement of University's faculty, staff, students and visitors around Main Campus, various parking lots, residence halls, West Campus, and other University based locations. Service to and from the Shaw/Howard University Metro and U Street stations are also provided.
Live Shuttle Tracking
Live Shuttle Tracking is a real-time vehicle tracking solution riders can rely upon to receive real-time vehicle location and estimated time of arrival.
Directions for downloading Reston Limousine Services app (iOS and Android Users)
- Download “RLS Shuttle” app from the app store
- Next, the “Select Transit Agency” screen will appear
- Then, a listing of shuttle routes will appear
- Select your shuttle route (by selecting the information icon in the right-hand corner you will be able to view the exact arrival locations and arrival times for Howard University shuttles)
*Schedules start the first official day classes begin. All shuttle times represent pull-off times.
North Campus Route [View Schedule]
(Stops: Shaw Metro, Hospital, Bookstore, Stokes Library, 4th & Bryant, School of Medicine, Towers, 6th & Howard Place, Admin. Building, 6th & Fairmont, Drew Hall, The Quad, 4th & College, 4th & Bryant)
South Campus Route[View Schedule]
(Stops: U St. Metro at 13th St., U St. Metro at 10th St., 1851 9th St., HR Building, Towers, 6th & Howard, Admin. Building, 6th & Fairmont, 899 Barry Place, HR Building)
West Campus Route[View Schedule]
(Stops: Admin. Building, 899 Barry Place, 14th & Columbia Rd., West Campus, 14th & Harvard St., Towers)
Weekend Route[View Schedule]
(Stops: Shaw Metro, Hospital, Towers, 6th & Howard Place, 6th & Fairmont, Drew, Quad, Bethune Annex, iLab, Stokes Library)
Shuttle Bus Policies & Rules
- All patrons must present a valid ID card (faculty/staff/students - validated Howard-issued ID card; visitors - passes are available at the Office of Parking & Transportation Services)
- Patrons must board and discharge at authorized shuttle bus stops. (Drivers will only stop at authorized stops)
- The following are prohibited on all Howard University shuttle buses:
- Eating or drinking
- Playing audio/video devices, etc. without headphones
- Driver harassment
- Defacing shuttle bus
*Complaints, recommendations, and general comments regarding the Howard University shuttle service are welcome and should be directed to the Director of Parking & Transportation Services (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Parking Lot Map: Click here to view parking lot map
Metro Map: https://www.wmata.com/schedules/maps/upload/2019-System-Map.pdf
New to Metro? No problem. Everything you need to know about how to ride Metro can be found here. From detailed information about Metro bus stops and rail stations — to helpful tips about how to report a lost item. For more information, Click here: https://www.wmata.com/
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