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You Can Get There from Here, and Back Again

Clark University provides multiple modes of transportation for use by the campus community, ensuring students, faculty, and staff can safely travel throughout the campus, Worcester, and beyond.

Clark Shuttle

Clark Shuttle: Becker and City Loops

Free to the campus community, the Clark Shuttle is the University’s primary mode of local transportation, with two loops: the Becker Loop, providing transportation on weekdays between the Clark main campus and the Becker School of Design & Technology’s classrooms, and the City Loop, providing rides on weekends to and from popular Worcester destinations.

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ClarkRIDE

Partnering with Lyft, ClarkRIDE is an “on call,” safe-ride program for students who need transportation to and from their off-campus housing within a .25 mile designated area. When Lyft is not available, students may call Clark vans.

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Worcester Transportation

How can you travel to Clark University? Worcester’s transportation options have you covered by road, rail, and air.