St. Louis Metro Transit
Metro Transit St. Louis provides transportation around the St. Louis region by bus, MetroLink light rail and special services for registered ADA-eligible customers.
A current U-Pass and WUSTL ID, or payment of applicable fares, are required to ride all St. Louis Metro transit services.
Metro Bus Routes Serving the WUSTL Area
The Gold Line
serves the Danforth Campus, the Medical Campus, West Campus, the St. Louis Galleria and downtown Clayton.
The Red Line serves the Danforth Campus, North Campus, the St. Louis Galleria, the Schnucks grocery store on Olive, the DeMun area, Brentwood Square and Maplewood Commons.
The Green Line serves the Danforth Campus, The Village, Lewis Center, Greenway Apartments, the 560 Trinity building and the Big Bend Metro station.
Schedule and route information for all other Metro bus lines can be found here.
is a light-rail system that runs from the Shiloh-Scott station in Illinois to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport and Shrewsbury in Missouri. It provides a car-free way for the WUSTL community to travel to popular downtown St. Louis locations and the airport.
Find out how to get your U-Pass, which allows you to ride for free on the MetroLink and Metro buses.
Getting to MetroLink Stations
The university provides the Danforth Campus Circulator shuttle (link to campus circulator page) that provides shuttle service from the MetroLink stations at Skinker and Forest Park Parkway, and Big Bend and Forest Park Parkway to various locations around the Danforth Campus and the South 40.
Safety on Metro Transit