On-campus transportation during the academic year:
|Thursday & Friday||7am–1:30am|
Safe Rides program
The Safe Rides program provides a safe ride around campus for students after the Corsair Shuttle stops operating.
Call UMassD Police dispatch at 508.999.8107 or x8107 from an on-campus phone. The Safe Ride Shuttle driver will pick you up at a designated shuttle stop close to your location.
Sun: 11pm–2 am
When the Safe Rides Shuttle Service hours conclude, you can contact the UMassD Police dispatch to request a Safe Walk to your campus destination.
We provide transportation services to disabled and handicapped students between on-campus locations via a wheelchair-capable van. To schedule: email@example.com.
For questions regarding this service, contact the Transportation Office at 508.999.9175. If the shuttle service is cancelled, contact Public Safety at 508.999.8107.
Bus service via SRTA to Fall River & New Bedford
In partnership with Southeastern Regional Transit Authority (SRTA), we offer students the ability to ride SRTA buses at no cost by simply showing your UMass Pass. SRTA provides access to routes and stops in Fall River, New Bedford, and the surrounding area.
LAST BUS: The SRTA #9 bus provides transportation from the Main Campus (Campus Center) to the New Bedford Bus terminal. The bus also makes all intermediary stops along its route from UMassD to the New Bedford terminal. The bus normally arrives at the Campus Center at approximately 9:20pm and waits until 9:35pm before it begins its route to the New Bedford Terminal.
Mobile app: Track the Corsair shuttle
Download the free DoubleMap app on Google Play or the App Store to track buses in real time and view routes, stops, and related announcements. Search for "University of Massachusetts Dartmouth" in the app.
Begins at the Campus Center, on the hour.
- Hannoush Plaza
- Stop & Shop
- AMC/rear Dartmouth Mall
- Bed Bath & Beyond
Three routes daily, M-F: begining at 8:30am and 12:30pm from Woodland Commons and at 6pm from the Law School.
No service when the university is closed, such as for school breaks, holidays, or school closing due to inclement weather.
New Bedford: Star Store arts campus & SMAST
To travel between the main campus and:
- Star Store arts campus downtown, ride The Loop
- SMAST in the south end, ride local public transportation (covering New Bedford & Fall River): SRTA: Southeastern Regional Transit Authority. See route maps for exact stops.
- To request transportation for special events, contact the transportation office, 9am–4pm.
- Approval is based upon the availability of staff and shuttles