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Transportation

On-Campus


The College shuttle is available for transportation from classes, academic programs, and activities to campus residences and parking lots. It operates seven days each week during the academic year. Students also have access to the Easy Rider Program, in collaboration with Yellow Cab, to use their College ID's to charge a ride to and from the city to their student accounts.


Off campus


Springfield and western Massachusetts are located at the crossroads of New England, and the area is easy to reach via car, bus, train or plane.

The Pioneer Valley Transit Authority (PVTA) buses run right through Springfield College and connect students with the City of Springfield and all of the Greater Springfield area. The PVTA has 43 convenient routes throughout the area.

Peter Pan Bus Lines is a regional transit system that has its hub in the City of Springfield. Aboard Peter Pan buses, students can easily reach destinations such as Boston, Albany, New York, Cape Cod, Philadelphia and Portland, Maine.

Springfield is a major railroad junction serving trains from all directions and carrying passengers along the northeast corridor south to Newport News, VA with stops at major metropolitan areas. Amtrak trains also run from Springfield to Burlington, VT, and west across New York State, to Cleveland and Chicago.

Traveling by air, Springfield is just 20 minutes from Bradley International Airport, and an hour and a half from Boston’s Logan International Airport. TF Green International Airport is in nearby Providence, RI. Just 15 minutes from campus at Westover Metropolitan Airport in Chicopee, low fare provider Skybus offers daily transportation to its hub in Columbus, Ohio, and connecting flights throughout the country.

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