Where is the Shuttle Now?

Shuttle Schedules

Champlain College, in conjunction with Mountain Transit, operates a free shuttle-bus system for students and employees between the CCM Center on main campus, 194 Saint Paul Street Apartments, the Miller Center at 175 Lakeside Avenue, and 115 Lakeside Avenue (the residential Student parking lot).


  • The Weekday Shuttle will operate 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM (starting at Lakeside) and will service all locations (Lakeside - 194SPS - Main Campus and return).
  • The Weekend Shuttle will operate 10:00 AM–8:00 PM (starting at Main Campus) and will service all locations (Main Campus - 194SPS - Lakeside and return).
  • The Tuesday Evening Shuttle will stop at Hula between 4:45 PM-5:45 PM and 8 PM-9 PM.

Breaks and Driver Swap Times

The shuttle will stop for breaks at specific times each day as well as there being a delay in service while the drivers swap between shifts. This is for everyone's safety. Please be patient.

Weekdays Weekend
10 AM 1 PM
4:30 PM (Swap) 3 PM (Swap)
6 PM 5 PM

Shuttle Bus Locator Map

The live shuttle bus locator map above is updated every five seconds so that anyone can track the shuttle locations in real time.

You can also view the Shuttle locator map on the Champlain College app, "My Champlain". This app also has great information such as staff directory, courses, news, dining hall menu and library updates. You can download the "My Champlain" app on both the Apple Store for iPhones and the Play Store for Android.

There may be times when a replacement bus is being used. During this time buses may not show up on the tracker but are definitely on route. Please wait at the stop.

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