Live shuttle tracking
Concerned about getting to class on time? Track your shuttle with our interactive map[opens in new window]. You can also follow PCC Shuttle on Twitter.
You can see the 2019 Spring term printable shuttle schedule now.
Specific shuttle schedules:
- Blue line (Rock Creek – Sylvania – Rock Creek)
- Green line (Cascade – Sylvania – Cascade)
- Orange line (Sylvania – Downtown – Sylvania)
- Purple line (Cascade – PMWTC – Southeast – PMWTC – Cascade)
- Red line (Cascade – Rock Creek – Cascade)
- Yellow line (Southeast – Sylvania – Southeast)
Things to know
- Shuttles are free for PCC students and staff!
- Must show current PCC ID.
- Be at the designated shuttle stop five minutes before scheduled pick up.
- Due to time restrictions, drivers cannot make special stops.
- Schedules show approximate departure and arrival times – the shuttles may be delayed due to traffic and weather conditions. Use Transit Tracker for updated information.
- Capacity is limited: first come first served.
- Shuttles do not run during weekends, holidays, school breaks or summer term.
- Remove all your garbage when you exit the bus.
- Refrain from unnecessary conversation with the driver as this is a potential safety hazard.
- Wheelchair lift available on most buses.
- No cell phone use near driver area.
- PCC idling policy requires buses to be turned off if stationary for more than 5 minutes. Transit Tracker is inoperative when buses turn off.
- For your safety, don’t run next to bus when it is pulling away.
For additional information and trip planning call 971-722-4242.
Bikes on the shuttle
Bike racks are available on all shuttles – availability is first come first served.
- When loading your bike, remove water bottles and other loose items. Inform the bus driver that you will be loading your bike. You can load your bike from the curb or in front of the bus. Do not step into traffic.
- As you approach your stop, inform the bus driver that you will be unloading your bike. Unload your bike from the front of the bus or the curb, not from the street.
Shuttle usage trends
Shuttle usage continues to increase. View the usage charts for 1998 – 2018 or read the news article.