#17 Cougar Shuttle
The Best Way to Get Around Campus
The #17 Cougar Shuttle is the fastest, free-est and easiest way to get from Cougar Village to Peck Hall and back. Now running every 10 minutes from 7 AM – 7 PM, Monday through Friday.
Riding Between Cougar Village & Campus Core
There are four shelters in Cougar Village served by the #17 Cougar Shuttle and the bus will take you directly to Hairpin Drive, outside of Peck Hall. If you’re boarding at the Hairpin shelter, there are several buses to choose from, some go off campus. Pay attention to the headsign on the front of the bus and make sure you’re boarding the correct route.
The #17 Cougar Shuttle is free for all riders.
Connections at the Hairpin Shelter
Going Elsewhere on Campus?
Board the #22 at the Hairpin to access stops along Circle Drive, including Evergreen and Bluff Hall.
No need to walk across campus to get to Textbook Services – the #4, #19, & #22 can get you there!
The Best Way to Get Around Off-Campus
Need to go off campus? All MCT buses that serve SIUE stop at the shelter on Hairpin Drive, outside of Peck Hall. There are several buses to choose from at this location. Pay attention to the headsign on the front of the bus to make sure you’re boarding the correct route.
It's only a short bus ride to area stores, restaurants, off-campus housing and downtown Edwardsville.
Ride the #4 Madison-Edwardsville for the quickest way between SIUE, Enclave Student Housing and downtown Edwardsville.
Ride the #13X Highland Express to get to and from campus for just $1 each way! The #13X is a fast, direct and cost efficient way to get to SIUE
The #19 Edwardsville-Collinsville Shuttle is your direct connection to Walmart.
The Social Edwardsville
Do you live at Axis, The Social Edwardsville or on a street near Esic Drive? The new #22 University Shuttle is your ride to campus!
Use Google Maps to Plan your Ride on MCT
If you’re riding on or off campus, skip the timetables and use Google Maps to plan your ride on MCT. Just make sure to select the transit icon in Google Maps to get the details of your bus trip.
Take Your Bike
MCT isn’t just a bus service. We also own and maintain 130 miles of scenic bikeways, known as the MCT Trails, two of which meander through the SIUE campus. The nine Class I trails in our system form one of the most extensive and interconnected bikeway networks in the country, To make getting around town even easier, all MCT buses are equipped with bike racks and some trailheads are also bus stops. Explore the community by bike, get some exercise and then complete your trip on MCT. There’s no cost to bring your bike.
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