uGO by bus, van or train! With multiple bus lines, bus rapid transit, rail, and vanpools serving University Circle, getting to your destination by transit is a convenient and affordable option.
- Reduce stress: catch up on work, social media or a book!
- Environment: reduce your carbon footprint
- Health: Transit riders take 30% more steps per day than drive-alone commuters
- Cost: save money on gas, insurance, parking and maintenance
Greater Cleveland RTA
University Circle is well connected to the region by public transit. The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) operates five bus routes, the Euclid Avenue HealthLine (bus rapid transit) and the Red Line (heavy rail) with service to University Circlet. The HealthLine offers convenient service to Fairfax, Midtown, Campus District, East Cleveland, and Downtown. The Red Line offers direct service to Downtown Cleveland and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. RTA also provides Paratransit service for people with disabilities.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW RTA'S UNIVERSITY CIRCLE AREA MAP.
Vanpool is a good option for people who want to take transit but do not leave near a bus or train line. A vanpool is like a carpool but with at least 5 people sharing a van on a contract basis. Vanpool networks extend the transit network beyond its current bounds, while offering similar costs and benefits.
Akron Metro, SARTA & LakeTran
If you’re coming from the Akron area or Lake County, find out which transit options are available to you. Akron Metro’s Route 61 provides direct service to University Circle from Akron Metro’s Transit Center. Laketran riders have one free transfer to either RTA’s Red Line or HealthLine for service to University Circle.
Tour the Circle or make your final connections via CircleLink, University Circle’s FREE public shuttle service. The BlueLink route connects RTA’s Little Italy-University Circle rapid station to Wade Oval, Uptown, Little Italy, and Coventry. The GreenLink route connects RTA’s Cedar-University Circle rapid station to the CWRU and UH campuses and points in between. Both routes have direct connections to the HealthLine and multiple other bus and local shuttle routes.