Transportation

​Get around with ease

It's easy to get to where you want to go at Lynn. To reduce our carbon footprint, Lynn offers the following programs for those seeking alternative modes of transportation.

Lynn day shuttle

Route maps, schedules and additional information are available in the Center for Student Involvement. Students may board the shuttle from the mailroom parking lot and request drop off at one of multiple designated stops.

SafeRide

SafeRide is available to students who may find themselves unable to drive or who are in need of a safe return to campus. SafeRide is available free of charge Wednesday–Saturday, 11 p.m.–3 a.m., and picks students up anywhere within a 10-mile radius of Lynn. Contact SafeRide at 1-800-675-6349.

Lynn Tram

The tram offers rides to students on campus who may have parked far away, and/or have too much to carry to and from their cars.

Airports

Additional options

  • Bike share program: Ride and return one of the many free bikes on campus. Visit the Campus Communication Center to reserve. 
  • UCar share program: Reserve a car by the hour or the day. Services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Have your own car?

With proper vehicle registration, all students are permitted to drive and park their cars in designated lots on campus. To register your vehicle and obtain a parking sticker, visit the Campus Communication Center. Neglecting procedure will result in ticketing.

All guests who visit campus must be registered in advance, obtain a campus sticker, and/or communicate clearly and prove with reason where they’re going and why.

Parking lot names and signage are identifiable by alphabet letters. The designation ensures our parking program can be maintained easily as  our campus continues to evolve. Each parking lot sign is either blue and white or black and white. Vehicles with blue bar code stickers may park only in blue-signed lots, and vehicles with black bar code stickers may park only in black- and white-signed lots.

  • Black- and white-signed lots are for employees: A, B, C, E, G, H and L
  • Blue-signed lots are for students: H, I, J, K and M
  • Specialty lots are for short-term parking, mail pick-up and handicap parking: D and F

Valet services are available for public events hosted on campus.

Use the Green Ride Carpool Program to take fellow students to and from Lynn and enjoy some of the best parking spaces on campus. 

Palm Tran bus 

The Palm Tran bus is a public transportation solution for students. The cost for students with an id is $1.00 per ride. Students are encouraged to use the Palm Tran bus outside the boundary and operating times of the the Lynn shuttle. See the schedule.

Tri-Rail information 

The South Florida Commuter Train runs between West Palm Beach and Miami and is available seven days a week. The Tri-Rail train runs every 40 minutes and makes multiple stops between West Palm Beach and Miami airport. Fares are based on destinations and costs between $2.50 and $6.50 for a one way trip. Lynn students are eligible for a 50% discount with a student id. Students are encouraged to use the Tri-Rail when traveling to airports or over long distances. See the schedule

Take the next step
Get started on your future today
Complete your application and secure your spot.
Pictures tell only part of the story. Come see for yourself.
How would you like to hear from us?

We are Lynn

Img 0362
Citizenship Project students worked with The Miracle League of Palm Beach County, a special-needs kids baseball league.
Theodore Curtis, faculty member
Img 0347
Citizenship Project students worked with The Miracle League of Palm Beach County, a special-needs kids baseball league.
Theodore Curtis, faculty member
Img 1982
Jterm was so fun! We went to Boca's Helping Hands, Feeding South Florida & Palm Beach School for Autism to volunteer!
Caryn Morris, student
Img 9855
Cirque du ‘So Lynn’!
Maria J. Cardenas, student
Dsc06144
Meeting the moderator for the 2012 final presidential debate: Bob Schieffer
Stephanie Lipsky, alumni
Img 0479
Mount Fuji hiding behind the hills in Hakone, Japan
Charlotte Hansen, student

View more