Campus Shuttle

During fall and spring semesters, Monday through Friday, the Campus Shuttle provides transportation to and from Raider lot 20, the residential communities, Nutter Center lot 8, and the McLin Gym entrance at the Nutter Center. Schedules are available on Wings, on the shuttles, and at the Parking and Transportation department.

Parking Permits

Commuter students may purchase a C parking permit allowing them to park in core campus lots. An available lower fee option is the park and ride parking permit allowing parking in Nutter Center lots 8 and 7.

Residence students who bring a vehicle to campus must purchase a parking permit to park in residential lots. Freshman residents must purchase a park and ride permit and park in Raider lot 20.

Students may purchase their parking permit online at parking self services via Wings or by mail.

Anyone operating a vehicle on the WSU campus is required to purchase a parking permit and comply with the WSU parking policy and laws of the State of Ohio.

For complete information on campus parking permits, policy, shuttle service, and RTA schedules, contact Parking and Transportation, E138 Student Union, (937) 775-5690, Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Friday.


Wright State University Zimride

Wright State’s Zimride Social Network for Ridesharing

Wright State Zimride is a new, fun and easy way to coordinate your daily commute with friends, classmates and colleagues or to share rides out of town. Join other Wright State students and colleagues in making a more sustainable, social and fun form of transportation for our community by helping build the Wright State Zimride community. Visit the Zimride website for more information.

Miami Valley Rideshare

A free ridesharing service is provided by the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission.  If you are interested in sharing a ride, please call Rideshare at (937) 223-SAVE (223-7283).

If you have any questions about ridesharing services, visit the Miami Valley Rideshare website or call (937) 223-SAVE or 1-800-743-SAVE.

Public Transit

Greater Dayton RTA

RTA buses run from downtown Dayton to WSU and from downtown to many other destinations in Montgomery county. The RTA bus that services the WSU Main campus is #1. RTA schedules are available on their web site and at the Parking and Transportation Office in E138 Student Union. For more information visit the RTA website or call (937) 226-1144.

Greene CATS

Greene CATS Public Transit’s services are open to the general public. We provide transportation two ways: (1) Reservation Required Door-to-Door service picks up and drops off riders at specific locations. Rides are available to and from any destination in Greene County with limited service to Montgomery County, Monday-Sunday 6am-9pm; (2) Community Flex Routes have defined routes with scheduled time points that circulate and link Greene County communities of Beavercreek, Fairborn, Xenia, and Yellow Springs. A community flex express route that connects Xenia to Downtown Dayton is also available. All flex routes are Monday-Friday 6am-6pm.

All buses feature bike racks mounted on the front of the bus for carrying bicycles and are ADA accessible. In addition, Greene CATS Public Transit connects to Montgomery and Clark County’s Public Transit systems.

Transit service is provided by Greene County Transit Board. For more information:

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