October 2020

Updates from Mason Parking and Transportation – Oct. 2020

Photo by Creative Services/George Mason University

Bicycle Commuting 101: Online via Zoom

Bicycling to campus can be fun and great for your well-being. Join Delia Johnson from the College of Visual and Performing Arts and a League of American Bicyclists-certified instructor for Bicycle Commuting 101.

During this session at noon on Tuesday, Oct. 20 via Zoom, Delia will share information to help you feel more confident about getting to campus on two wheels.  

This session is open to faculty, staff, and students. To register, visit

Zoom meeting details will be sent to you.  

Change Your Commute: Vanpool

Looking for a new way to get to work when you come back to campus?

Consider vanpooling. Travel with the same group of Mason colleagues. Reduce the time you spend driving. Plus, for full-time faculty/staff, the cost of your commute can be subsidized by Mason up to $270/month.

You can start with four co-workers and you. For details, visit or contact Parking and Transportation at 

Reminder: Mason Shuttles Service Reductions

Photo by Evan Cantwell/George Mason University

A reminder that service reductions on Mason Shuttles went into effect in early October.   

Service on the Burke VRE and Sandy Creek to Metro routes ended on Friday, Oct. 2, until further notice. To travel to Vienna Metro, use the CUE bus, which remains on its regular schedule with departures from Rappahannock River Lane. For scheduling information, visit 

Beginning Monday, Oct. 5, shuttle service is only available on the Fairfax/SciTech and Gunston Mason routes with some service changes:

  • Fairfax/SciTech: No weekend service. Monday–Friday, service will be every 40 minutes beginning at 6 a.m. from Sandy Creek and Colgan Hall with four buses on the route. 
  • Gunston Mason: No weekend service. Monday–Friday, some morning service is eliminated, but Gunston Mason will run with a single bus all day and evening. 

Updated schedules for Fairfax/SciTech and Gunston Mason are available at 

If you have any questions, reach out to Parking and Transportation at 703-993-2828 or email