Welcome to the Transportation page! Here you will find valuable information including alternative transportation options and bus schedules.

Fredonia offers a wide range of buses to help you get from anywhere in the Dunkirk/Fredonia area to campus, as well as quick and easy transportation from our outer parking lots to the main centers of campus.

Students, Faculty, and Staff are encouraged to use our Park and Ride bus service which runs from our Park and Ride lot to both the Williams Center and Maytum Hall with a couple quick stops along Ring Road. If you have questions about this service, contact University Services at 673-3257.

If you're traveling to campus from the outlying community, be sure to take a look at the Campus-Community bus service! This is also a great tool for students who need to take a trip in to WalMart and other local stores. Student's bus fair is included in your fees, so you ride free! Bus fair for faculty and staff with an ID card is only 50 cents! If you have questions about this service, contact Vince Gugino at 673-3381.

- The Campus and Community Bus hours are changing for the remainder of the semester. For those of you still in Fredonia and using the bus, please note that the new hours are Monday through Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and no service on Saturdays and Sundays, beginning April 1, 2020.

View the Campus-Community Bus Brochure and Schedule

View the Buffalo Shuttle Bus schedule

For questions about the bus to Buffalo Airport, please contact the Ticket Office at 673-3501.

The Campus Escort Bus Services is available seven days a week 7:00pm to Midnight. If a ride is needed you can call 673-5276 which is a direct number for the escort drivers. For more information, please visit the Escort Bus website.

Need a ride to the Technology Incubator? Free transportation is available between the Fredonia campus and the Incubator by appointment. Call or text Matt Cortes at (716) 467-5823. 

Additionally, Fredonia now offers FredRide, a carpooling program open to faculty, staff, and students.