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The shuttle offers a faster, more convenient way to travel between the college and the two major transit hubs serving our community, Jamaica Station and Flushing-Main Street Station. 

The shuttle provides non-stop service throughout the day between the campus and these two ​stations. It also provides cross-campus service between Queens Hall and the Student Union Building.

Queens College Students...All Abo​ard! 

Undergraduate and graduate students may ride the shuttle by simply displaying a current QCard as identification. No purchase necessary!​

Faculty, Staff, and General Public Service

Queens College faculty, staff, students enrolled in Professional & Continuing Studies and the English Language Institute, and guests of the college now have the option of ​purchasing rides on the shuttle. 

Passes cost: 

  • Daily: $6
  • Weekly: $35 
  • Semester: $60 ​​
Purchasers receive an email containing a QR code—which can be displayed on their mobile device or printed out—that will be scanned by shuttle bus drivers. Tickets become effective with the first use: 24 hours for daily tickets, 7 days for weekly passes, and 120 days for semester passes. To make your purchase, click here.

Routes and Schedules 

The shuttle service operates on two routes. 

  • From Jamaica: 
    • Starting at 7 am, buses will pick up riders every 30 minutes, and transport them to Queens Hall and the Student Union. Travel time to or from Ja​maica is approximately 25-30 minutes. 
  • ​​​​From Flushing:
    • Starting at 7 am, buses will pick up riders every 30 minutes, and will transport them to the Student   Union and Queens Hall. Travel time to or from Flushing is approximately 15 minutes. 
  • Cross campus – between Queens Hall and Student Union:
    • Every 20 minutes, riders may go from Queens Hall to the Student Union by taking the Jamaica bus across campus; those who wish to go from the Student Union to Queens Hall may take the Flushing bus.​


Jamaica Station 

(All LIRR trains, except Port Washington Branch; and E, J, Z Subway Lines)

Shuttle stops at 146th Street, near the southwest corner of its intersection with Jamaica Avenue.

To campus:​

En route to campus, the bus can be hailed at the southeast corner of the intersection of Sutphin Blvd. and Hillside Avenue, and at the corner of Main Street and Union Turnpike. waving_hand.gifHail Driver


From campus:

Riders may request to be dropped off at the corner of Parsons Boulevard and Union Turnpike and at Parsons Boulevard and Hillside Ave. Drop_off.gif Request a Stop

Click here to download PDF of map.


Flushing-Main Street 

(LIRR Port Washington Branch and 7 Subway Line)

Shuttle stops at the southwest corner of the intersection of Main Street and Sanford Avenue, directly opposite a U.S. Post Office.  

Click here to download PDF of map.









The GPS software for tracking the shuttle bus is being upgraded in order to provide better accuracy and improved service.  Please pardon the intermittent disruptions as this work is being performed.

Shuttle bus operations are suspended when classes are not in session.

Expect delays of up to 20 minutes along Jamaica and Flushing routes during peak AM and PM times. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.  Please use the Bus Tracker for real-time bus locations. 



Questions, comments, compliments, or complaints?
Where's the bus?
Bus_Tracker.jpgThe tracker uses global positioning system (GPS) hardware and wireless communications technology. This tool will work on your computer, smartphone, or other web-enabled device. 
Buy TicketsPlease note: Any Queens College student may ride the shuttle by displaying a current QCard as identification, no ticket is needed.
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