University of Arizona campus, just west of Old Main

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Last Updated on April 13, 2023 by Kim Labriola

The University of Arizona offers a shuttle service, called the Cat Tran, that runs both on and off campus. This can make it a little more convenient to live off campus without a car and/or eliminate the cost of an expensive UA parking permit.

The two lines that run off campus are the Mountain Avenue route and the USA route. The Mountain Avenue route operates during the fall and spring semesters, but not during the summer session. The Cat Tran operates Monday – Friday 6:30 am – 6:30 pm. Shuttles do not run on school holidays or winter break, with limited service during spring break. Check out the app to track the current location of the Cat Tran shuttles.

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Main Gate at University of Arizona campus in Tucson
Main Gate at University of Arizona campus in Tucson

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The Mall at University of Arizona in Tucson