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Area Transportation


Q. Is getting from class to class a problem?

A. Baylor has a relatively small campus, and a student can easily walk from one side to the other in roughly 10 minutes. Aside from walking or biking, there is a trolley system that students are encouraged to utilize.

The Baylor University Shuttle (BUS) is a fixed route transportation system operated by Waco Transit in cooperation with the Baylor Department of Parking and Transportation Services.

Daily BUS routes operate on or near the Baylor Campus Monday-Friday (class days only) between 7:30 AM and 5:30 PM.

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Q. How bad is traffic in the inner part of campus?

A. The inner part of Baylor is blocked off to auto traffic. Only service vehicles can enter.

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Q. Is there an airport in Waco?

A. Yes. There is an airport with hops mostly to Dallas, and there are shuttle services that make runs to the DFW Airport. Consult your local phone book.

Q. How convenient is parking on campus?

A. While parking can be a problem, parking in the parking garages or in parking lots on the edge of campus is available. Parking is available at no charge at the Ferrell Center. For more information on Parking Services, see Baylor Parking Services.