The Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle (GUTS) was established in 1974 to help students, faculty, staff and visitors travel to and from the University campus and nearby Metrorail stations. Today, GUTS operates five shuttle routes, connecting the campus to the Georgetown University Law Center on Capitol Hill, to University offices on Wisconsin Avenue, to Metro stations at Rosslyn (Virginia) and Dupont Circle (District of Columbia) and to stops in North Arlington, VA.
Faculty, staff and students with a valid Georgetown University ID card can ride along any GUTS route at no charge. Physicians, staff and patients with valid GUH ID may ride the Rosslyn and Dupont shuttles. Visitors and persons doing business on campus may also ride free of charge and must show a picture ID at the time of boarding. Buses with handicapped access are available on all GUTS routes. Contact OTM at 202-687-4372 for further assistance.
GUTS buses depart and arrive at the Leavey Center in the heart of Georgetown University's campus. Buses operate between 5 a.m. and 12 midnight. Click on a route to see a complete schedule. Routes and SchedulesLocation of campus GUTS stops
- Updated April 2008
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See the next schedule departure for each of the shuttles Wisconsin Avenue
To/From Leavey Center and 2115 and 2233 Wisconsin Avenue Dupont Circle
To/From Leavey Center and Metro Station at Dupont Circle (Red line) Arlington Loop
To/From the West Road (across from tennis courts)1
and various points in North Arlington, VA Rosslyn
To/From the North Road/Tondorf Road intersection2
and Metro station at Rosslyn, VA (Blue/Orange lines) Law Center
To/From the corner of Prospect Street/Tondorf Road intersection3
and Georgetown University Law Center
Please note that when buses pull away from stops, they are not allowed to stop for passengers who arrive late. The only exception is for the last bus of the night for each route. Please do not attempt to flag down the driver as this endangers safe operation of the bus.