JHU ShuttleNew students, let me introduce you to your new friend: the Johns Hopkins Shuttle.

Johns Hopkins University and Medicine provide a number of buses and vans traveling a variety of routes. They’re a great resource for students, staff and faculty. Best of all, they’re FREE to anyone with a Johns Hopkins ID badge!

Johns Hopkins Medicine Transportation Department provides shuttles to Bayview Medical Center, Green Spring Station Medical Center, Church Garage, various satellite facilities and parking lots.

Johns Hopkins University provides shuttles to JHU facilities at Eastern, Keswick and the Homewood campus.

The JHMI-Homewood Shuttle is probably the most popular. It’s a large, city-wide bus with both “Express” and “Local” routes between JHMI (the medical campus where JHSPH resides) and the JHU Homewood campus. The Local Bus stops at Peabody, as well as Baltimore’s Penn Station.  

Lots of students and staff choose to live along the shuttle route. Others take the shuttle to Penn station, where they catch Amtrak, MARC, or Light Rail to BWI airport, Washington, New York, etc.

I suppose you could say, the shuttle isn’t just your friend, it’s your vehicle to other friends – here in Baltimore and around the world!