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UM shuttle contributes to a vibrant, dynamic University community by transporting University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) students, faculty, and staff to and from the University fare-free. UM shuttle provides the University community with a variety of bus routes that travel to neighborhoods such as Federal Hill, Mount Vernon, Canton/Fells Point, and the BioPark.
Riding the UM Shuttle
Valid UMB ID cards must be presented on all UM shuttle routes. Non-University-affiliated individuals are permitted to ride the UM shuttle routes only when boarding and accompanied by a student, faculty, affiliate, or staff member who has a valid UMB ID.
Non-University-affiliated individuals are permitted to ride the UM shuttle routes only when boarding and accompanied by a student, faculty, affiliate, or staff member who has a valid UMB ID.
At this time, UMMC employees are not permitted to ride the shuttle under any circumstances.
Finding Your Way Around
Look for the UM shuttle sign! Transfer from one route to another at the UM shuttle hub, located under the Pearl Street overpass or at the Fayette Street intersection.
- Drivers stop at every stop in-bound and out-bound while traveling the route
- Drivers will not stop at unscheduled locations or for late passengers.
- Heavy traffic on certain routes may cause delays, so please allow some variation in scheduled times.
- UM shuttle runs from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., Monday through Friday.
- UM shuttle buses are Americans with Disabilities Act-complaint and equipped with bike racks.
- 703 Fed Hill leaves the hub at 5:55 a.m.
UM shuttle routes connect with Baltimore City public transportation such as the Charm City Circulator, the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) MARC train, Light Rail, Metro Subway, and local bus service.
UM shuttle aligns with the theme of “creating a vibrant, dynamic University community” by maintaining a sustainable environment and helping make the University a “best place” to learn, work, play, and live.