The Office of Student Activities and Union Services offers information on a variety of transportation options for students. If you have questions about any of these services, please stop by our office during normal business hours or contact the vendor directly (see below).
Trailways tickets are on sale in the Office of Student Activities and Union Services (SU 211), 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. We offer tickets for a wide variety of locations including New York City, Nanuet, White Plains, Long Island, Albany and more!
On-Campus Pick-up/Drop-Off Location:
Campus Transportation Hub located in Lot 28 on Route 32 (across from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions)
Between New Paltz and New York City
Between New Paltz and Nanuet/White Plains/New Rochelle/Queens Village/Long Island
Look up other schedules here!
UCAT (Ulster County Area Transit) provides safe, affordable, reliable public transportation service throughout Ulster County with limited service to Orange County and connecting service to Dutchess County. Some fares are discounted for SUNY New Paltz students -- be sure to show your ID!
Download the UCAT smartphone app! Search for "UCAT" in the App Store or Google Play!
New Paltz Loop Bus:
- Travels through campus and NewPaltz daily.
- Free with your Student ID, thanks to funding from the New Paltz Student Association!
- Check out the Promotional Video!
- Travel to the Poughkeepsie Train Station (connect with Amtrak and Metro-North)
- Free with your Student ID
- Click here for the schedule
511NY Rideshare is New York State's home for ridematching, commuter and traveler services that can help you find a smarter and greener way to get where you're going. We provide information and resources to help commuters, travelers and employers find easy, affordable, and appealing alternatives to driving alone. Whether you are looking for information on ridesharing, vanpooling, workplace commuter benefits, public transportation, bicycling, walking, or telework, 511NY Rideshare can help.
NYS Rides is a joint effort by public and private transportation providers. They have a variety of resources such as transit options, a list of park-and-ride lots, commuting maps and services for commuters with disabilities.
NYS Ride Information:
NYS Ride Website
Guaranteed Ride Program: The Guaranteed Ride Program, a commuter service of the New York State Department of Transportation, provides FREE transportation to full time Easy Street vanpool commuters when emergencies arise during work hours.
A Guaranteed Ride is easy to arrange.
To arrange a ride, simply call the Guaranteed Ride HOTLINE at (800) FIND-RIDE, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. on the day of your emergency. A customer service representative with gather the necessary information and arrange the ride. Please note that rides must be arranged through the Guaranteed Ride HOTLINE. You will not be reimbursed if you contact the taxi company directly.