Greyhound (not affiliated with RTS)
RTS does not have a route that runs directly in front of the Gainesville Greyhound terminal located at 101 NE 23rd Avenue. RTS' Route 15 travels Westbound down NE 23rd Ave. to the Downtown Plaza. Leave the Greyhound terminal and walk to NE 2nd St. and NE 23rd Ave. The Westbound Route 15 bus stop is located on the North side of NE 23rd Ave. Expand »
University of Florida GreenRide!
UF GreenRide helps you find ridesharing partners by searching for other employees and students who live near you and have similar schedules and lifestyle preferences. It's fast, friendly and offers anonymity until you decide to make your contacts formal. You can use your UF or Shands email address to create an account, but for even more anonymity, simply utilize a private email service, such as Yahoo or Hotmail. You'll even get to see a map of the general area showing potential ride matches near you and along your route. Expand »
Metropolitan Transportation Planning Organization
The MTPO is responsible for the continuing, comprehensive, and cooperative urban transportation planning program for the Gainesville Metropolitan Area. Expand »
RTS' Gator Aider Shuttle Does the Gator Walk
Regional Transit System offers the Gator Aider service that drives you and your friends right to the stadium for football games. Don't deal with the parking, walking or hassles!
Single game tickets may be purchased only on game days at each Park-n-Ride location. Season passes may be purchased on game days at each Park-n-Ride location or pre-purchased at the Rosa Parks RTS Downtown Station for $50 - for a savings of $20. The Rosa Parks RTS Downtown Station, 700 SE 3rd Street, is located at the corner of SE 3rd Street and Depot Avenue (352) 334-2600.
SW Downtown Parking Garage - Enter SW 3rd St. off University Avenue. Buses will load on the corner of SW 2nd St. and SW 1st Ave. Google map
The Hilton UF Conference Center at the corner of SW 34th St. & Hull Rd. Buses will load at the UF Park-n-Ride canopy on Hull Rd. west of the Conference Center. Google map
Oaks Mall south parking lot behind Macy's. Google map
Haile Plantation at the Village Center, outside Sweet Paws Bakery. Google map
Tioga Town Center on W. Newberry Rd, outside World of Beer. Google map
When going to the game, the service begins three hours before each UF home game and the last bus departs ten minutes before game time. Coming from the game, returning buses start at the beginning of the 4th quarter and run through the first hour after the game.
The Gator One ID card is not valid. Please note, during nighttime UF Football games, Later Gator service will begin one hour after the game ends.
Late night and extended hours service to get you where you need to go safely.