Transportation | Webster University
Transportation | Webster University

Alternative Transportation

CarShare at Webster University

Students, faculty and staff without a car on campus have a new way to get around town. Webster University partners with Enterprise CarShare to bring car sharing to campus.

The shared car - a Toyota Prius Hybrid - arrived on campus at the start of the Fall 2014 semester and is parked outside of the Webster Village Apartments. After signing up for the service, students are able to reserve the car online then pay an hourly fee. Fuel, maintenance and damage/liability insurance are included in the fees.

Metrolink UPass

The UPass program allows members of the Webster University community to ride both Metrobus and Metrolink for free. It’s part of the University’s commitment to making transportation more accessible, affordable and sustainable. 

Obtaining a Pass: To obtain a pass for the current year, visit the Bursar’s office with your Webster ID, making sure to have the proper sticker for the current semester on the back.

To use it while riding on the Metro bus and light rail system, simply carry both your UPass and Webster ID as verification. For bus and train schedules, route planning and other information navigating the Metro system, visit

Citizens for Modern Transit Try and Ride: Are you looking to learn more about the current transit system in St. Louis? This program was designed for people who currently drive alone to school or work, and might be interested in switching to public transit for your commute but are unsure about how to get started. By joining this program you are committing to ride transit at least three days a week for two months.

CMT-Try and Ride

Program Costs to You: Does your school offer you a free or discounted U-Pass? Webster does, so no cost to you! And you have the option to connect with CMT representatives to help you plan your best route.

Call us at 314-231-7272 or email us to get more information on how try and ride!

Citizens for Modern Transit Guaranteed Ride Home

GRHThe Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT) Guaranteed Ride Home Program (GRH) makes it easier for individuals to choose transit with a little peace of mind. If an issue arises at school or work, the program provides immediate transportation by paying up to 80 percent of a cab ride or Enterprise car rental to get you home. 

GRH provides immediate transportation in case of an emergency, sickness or unscheduled overtime. 

The program is unique in that it partners with the employee, and it is FREE for commuters to register. Find out more and register online for Guarenteed Ride Home online.

Bike Racks on Campus

Bike Rack

There over 20 bike racks all around the campus making it convenient for the students to park their bikes. 

You can find the bike rack spots on our green resources map on the website.


Bike Resource Station

In 2016, Webster University added a new feature that makes it easier for students and employees who bike on or to campus. The station includes hanger arms to secure a bike while Webster bikers use the tools to perform basic repairs and maintenance. 

The idea for the station was proposed by student Juan Felipe Salas as part of a $1,000 Sustainability Coalition grant.