Whether you work on (or) off-campus, there are numerous transportation services for getting around town and to the other Johns Hopkins University campuses. Most are free and all are convenient.
MTA Local Bus & Rail Service
The MTA All Access College Transit Pass offers students a convenient, affordable way to get around town. It can be used on the MTA local bus, Light Rail, and Metro Subway. It costs only $52.90, while the regular monthly fare is $72. Passes are on sale in the Office of Student Employment (J-Cash only). Also, for your convenience, our office offers a full line of MTA transit schedules.
Zip Cars are environmentally friendly, fast, and affordable. Pickup spots are conveniently located near Homewood campus.
Blue Jay Shuttle
The Blue Jay Shuttle provides students with reliable, efficient transportation between the various JHU campuses, off-campus residence halls, and commercial/retail locations in the area proximate to the Homewood campus. From 11:30 p.m.–3:45 a.m., service reverts to Night Ride, an on-demand, curb-to-curb service to and from locations within the service area.
Lyft to Bayview
If you are a Homewood student who travels to Johns Hopkins Bayview campus for a student job or internship, you can ride free with lyft. The Office of the Vice Dean at Bayview is offering free rides using lyft for students to travel between these two locations. This is a pilot program that will run until December 2017. Please send an email to Leigh Fisher at email@example.com for more information.
Note – For student employment purposes, all JHU campuses including Bayview is considered ON-CAMPUS employment.
The Collegetown Shuttle transports students, staff, and faculty at six participating colleges to other campuses and key destinations throughout the region. Your college/university ID is the only ticket you’ll need to board the shuttle. Commute to work, an internship, visit friends, or explore all that Baltimore has to offer!
Charm City Circulator
The Charm City Circulator features hybrid electric shuttles that travel four routes within Baltimore City. The routes include:
- the Green Route runs from City Hall to Fells Point to Johns Hopkins Medical Campus
- the Purple Route runs from Penn Station to Federal Hill
- the Orange Route runs from Hollins Market to Harbor East
- the Banner Route runs from the Inner Harbor to Fort McHenry