The Sustainability Office, along with its partners, manage the Mizzou Bike Share Program, whose mission is to provide Mizzou students with a free, student-friendly and sustainable transportation option.
Tiger Line, Mizzou’s student shuttle service, runs seven days a week during the fall and spring semesters and is available to all Mizzou students. Paid by your student fees, it has no additional costs. The buses can be tracked with GPS on the Go Mizzou smartphone app or at the Parking & Transportation website. For more information, please visit the Tigerline website.
COMO Connect, the city of Columbia’s public transit connection is an affordable option to get around Columbia and it’s environmentally friendly! For more information visit their website.
Vehicle sharing and carpooling
Did you know that a shared vehicle can remove 15 – 20 cars off the road? Car sharing offers an economical, convenient and environmentally friendly transportation alternative to owning a car.
Enterprise Car Share
Two hybrid vehicles and two sedans are available and conveniently located at the MU Student Center and Memorial Student Union. Membership is $35 annually and reservations can be made online. Hourly weekday rates for sedans are $8 per hour and hybrids start at $9 per hour. Customers who are 18 -20 years of age are eligible to use this service but must have their own insurance. Go to the Union’s website for more information. Fill out an application to become a member.
(This program is sponsored by the Missouri Student Unions, MSA/GPC, MU Sustainability Office and MU Parking & Transportation)
The University of Missouri has a ZipCar option as well! Payment can be by the hour or day. Gas and insurance are included. For more information visit the ZipCar website.