As of April 18, 2022, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention no longer require face covers on public transportation. Face covers are recommended but not required on ASU shuttles per the updated federal guidelines.
ASU intercampus shuttles transport students, faculty and staff between the Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic, Tempe and West campuses. Shuttles do not operate on university-observed holidays.
Shuttle commuters should plan ahead to allow for sufficient time when traveling on the intercampus shuttles. Multiple shuttles may be in service at peak times, but due to potential traffic delays, exact times are not guaranteed. Riders can use the shuttle tracker for live updates on where shuttles are currently traveling.
Arrow Stage Lines is ASU's intercampus shuttle provider. To access the Wi-Fi:
- Select "ASU_Arrow Wifi" network.
- Click "Agree."
- Connection should begin immediately.
Shuttles also feature bike racks, overhead luggage storage, reclining seats, underground storage and USB charging ports.
Lost and found
If you left an item on the shuttle, return to the same shuttle stop two hours from when you disembarked. Since the shuttle is on a specific route, it will return to the same stop once every two hours. Ask the driver if any items were turned in, or if you can check to see if it is still there.
The driver delivers lost items to the shuttle bus company's dispatch office at the end of the day. If you were unable to check the shuttle, call Arrow Stage Lines for locating assistance.
After 30 days from delivery, unclaimed items will be donated. ASU PTS and Arrow Stage Lines are not responsible for any lost or stolen items.
Contact Arrow Stage Lines at 480-966-2199 with questions.