Bus Schedules, Bus Routes for Washington University in St. Louis

Public transportation in the form of MetroBus and MetroLink is available to students from various locations near the WUSTL campus. Bus schedules, bus routes and many other tools are available online.

Students at Washington University in St. Louis can use a variety of online tools to identify MetroBus schedules and bus routes, and to find MetroLink stops near the Danforth Campus and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

Here's a look at some of them.

Danforth Campus bus routes

The Danforth Campus Parking and Transportation Services website from Washington University website features links to MetroBus information and downloadable schedules and routes for the Gold Line, Red Line, Green Line and Campus Circulator. Destinations include shopping hotspots such as the , Brentwood Square and Maplewood Commons.

MetroLink stations within walking distance

A number of stops for MetroLink are located around Washington University:

  • Skinker Station, intersection of North Skinker Boulevard and Forest Park Parkway
  • U City Big Bend Station, intersection of Big Bend Boulevard and Forest Park Parkway
  • Central West End Station, west of South Taylor Avenue between McKinley Avenue and Childrens Place near the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Paying for bus routes

This fare chart from Metro explains how much you can expect to pay to use the bus system near Washington University. The website also features information about passes and includes locations at which tickets may be purchased.

Bus alerts on social media

You can get updates on public transit near Washington University by liking Metro on Facebook and following Metro on Twitter.

Answering other bus questions

Check out the How To Ride section from the Metro website for additional information about MetroBus, MetroLink and Metro Call-A-Ride.


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