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Shuttle, Parking, Safety

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Shuttle Information

Inter-campus travel and connecting to the Greater Boston Area

Adjusted Service for Career Fair on 2/8/2023

Between 12:30pm and 4:30pm

  • All shuttles will add an Arena stop.

The Bentley Shuttle is a great resource for exploring the local area, as well as getting around campus. With two routes that cover campus, Waverly Square (Belmont) and Harvard Square (Cambridge), you also have easy access to MBTA buses, subway, and commuter rail lines. The TransLoc Rider mobile app provides live tracking, bus capacity, and arrival times, as well as important schedule updates. See schedules and additional shuttle details below.

Shuttle Map

Regular Hours

B-Line Shuttle 

Travel time: The shuttle arrives in approximately 20 min intervals.

Stops include: North Campus, Falcone, Collins, Fenway (South Campus)

Monday - Friday
7:00a.m. – 12:20a.m.

Saturday - Sunday
No service (use Harvard Shuttle for getting around campus on the weekend)

Harvard Shuttle

Travel time: Departs Harvard Square on the hour and Bentley on the half hour

Stops Include: North Campus, Falcone, Collins, Fenway (South Campus), Waverley Square (Belmont Bus Station), Harvard Square (connection to MBTA Red Line)

Monday - Thursday
7:00a.m. – 12:00a.m. | First shuttle departs Harvard Square at 7:00am; last shuttle departs Harvard Square at 12:00am

Friday
7:00a.m. - 1:00a.m. | First shuttle departs Harvard Square at 7:00am; last shuttle departs Harvard Square at 1:00am

Saturday*
10:30a.m. - 1:00a.m. | First shuttle departs Bentley at 10:30am; last shuttle departs Harvard Square at 1:00am

Sunday*
10:30a.m. - 10:00p.m. | First shuttle departs Bentley at 10:30am; last shuttle departs Harvard Square at 10:00pm

*Harvard Square Weekend Route Adjustment: An additional North Campus stop will be made after Fenway. 

The route is as follows:
North Campus > Falcone > Collins > Fenway > North Campus > Waverley Square > Harvard Square > North Campus

Resources available at each Shuttle Stop:

North Campus: Access to North Campus Apartments including buildings A, B, C and D.

Falcone Circle: Access to main campus including classroom buildings, and dorms (Falcones, Miller Hall)

Collins: Access to the Student Center, the bookstore, mail room, Dunkin’ Donuts, Upper Green Space and dorms (Collins, Rhodes, Kresge, Forest, Boylstons, Trees, Slade)

Multipurpose Arena: (Special Events) Access to the Multipurpose Arena, Baseball and Soccer Fields.

Fenway Apartments: Access to South Campus. Including: Dana Center, Sports Fields, Facilities Management buildings and dorms (Fenway, Copley North, Copley South, Orchard North, Orchard South, Cape and Castle)

Waverly Square: Access to Belmont including: Star Market Grocery Store (with Osco Pharmacy), Waverley Station on the Fitchburg Line of the Commuter Rail, Bank of America, Belmont Wheelworks (bike shop), Dunkin Donuts.

Harvard Square: Access to the MBTA Red Line, lots of restaurants and shopping options, Harvard University. 

Live Bus Tracking

The Campus Mobility Application, TransLoc Rider, provides live tracking of the Bentley shuttles, bus capacity and arrival times. Updates and information will be broadcast through the application. Feedback and concerns can also be received via the application.

Information may be found at Bentley.transloc.com. For best user experience, we recommend downloading the app on your Apple or Android device.

Inclement Weather

The Bentley Community will receive an email with any schedule changes due to inclement weather. Also, schedule changes will be noted on the Transloc Rider app. All inclement weather-related policies can be found on the University Police site

Reminders 

  • All Bentley Shuttles are free. You need a CharlieCard or Cash when traveling from Waverly Square or Harvard Square to your next destination.
  • You must show a Bentley ID when boarding all Bentley shuttles.
  • No smoking, alcohol, food, or drink on the Bentley shuttle.
  • All departure times are approximate. Please arrive at designated bus stop at least 5 minutes before times shown on bentley.transloc.com.

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FAQ's

Who do I contact if I have a concern about the shuttle?

The shuttle is managed by Procurement and Campus Services. You can email us with your concerns at SM_Campusservices@bentley.edu.

Who can use the Bentley Campus Shuttle?

The Bentley shuttle is for students, faculty and staff with a valid Bentley ID. A Bentley rider may bring a guest, who must also show a valid ID. The Bentley rider is responsible for their guest's behavior while on the shuttle.

How much does the Bentley shuttle cost?

The Bentley shuttle is free for those in the campus community.

Where does the shuttle stop?

The B-Line Shuttle (Campus Loop) stops at North Campus, Falcone Apartments, Collins Hall and Fenway Hall.

The Harvard Square Shuttle also stops at the above locations well at Waverley Square in Belmont and Harvard Square in Cambridge.

See map for details.

What is the schedule?

You can find the schedule here.

How do I track the bus?

You can track the bus using the TransLoc app.

Android App
Apple App

Do I need my ID to ride?

Yes, please show your Bentley ID to the driver upon boarding the bus.

If I need an accommodation on the shuttle who do I contact?

Bentley University strives to make the shuttle accessible to all users. If you are having difficulty accessing them and need an accommodation, please contact Procurement and Campus Services at SM_Campusservices@bentley.edu.

Can I use the shuttle on Game Day?

Yes, the shuttle can help you get to the arena or fields during game day.  During hockey games the shuttle will make an extra stop outside the Bentley Arena.

Where do I find information on MBTA service interruptions?

mbta.com/alerts/subway

Questions?