GT Parking & Transportation is the department responsible for all transportation within the Georgia Tech campus.  The Stinger Bus, Tech Trolley, and the Stingerette are the primary transportation services used on campus. All Georgia Tech campus transportation is free.

The Stinger Bus service offers three routes on campus – the Red Route, the Blue Route, and the Green Route. The Red and Blue Routes generally service the core of the Georgia Tech campus, while the Green Route extends both north and south of campus, including areas such as Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) and Techwood Parkway.  The Stinger Bus offers a special grocery shuttle service to Atlantic Station on Saturdays and Sundays where students do their weekly grocery shopping or engage in other leisurely activities.  Click here to see a map of the Stinger Bus routes.

The Tech Trolley (also known as the Gold Route) links the center of Georgia Tech's campus--including the transportation hub next to the Student Center and the Campus Recreation Center (CRC)--with Technology Square and the Midtown MARTA Station, as well as a select few locations on the main campus. Click here to see a description of the Tech Trolley and other bus routes, as well as links to route maps.

The Stingerette provides free after-hours transportation for Georgia Tech students and employees. The shuttle services on-campus housing accommodations, on-campus facilities, academic buildings and the MARTA Midtown Station. The Stingerette is available Monday through Sunday from 6:00pm to 7:00am, excluding Institute holidays. Call 404.385.RIDE(7433) or visit to request a ride from the Stingerette.

The Stingerette also offers a Paratransit Service, which provides transportation assistance to members of the Georgia Tech community with permanent or temporary mobility impairments. This service operates Monday through Friday from 7:30a.m. to 6:00p.m. Authorization to use this service must be obtained from the ADAPTS office, located in the Student Services Building (404.894.2561).

Students living in the Home Park and Centennial Place communities may purchase a Safe Ride Home Punch Card.  Each card allows 10 safe rides home via the Stingerette Nighttime Shuttle.  Cards may be purchased at the Parking and Transportation office (828 West Peachtree St.) for $20 each.

The Midnight Rambler is the newest addition to the transportation services. The Rambler provides nighttime transportation (Sunday - Thursday) connecting the west and east campus during the Spring and Summer semesters.