You have several options to choose from when coming to campus. Review all the options and decide which option to choose, or use multiple options throughout the year.
Parking permits for students, faculty and staff are available for purchase online via S.A.I.L or at the Business Office located in the Student Services Center (Round Building). There are a variety of parking permit options available.
Visitor parking is available in the Bayside Parking Garage. The parking garage is a pay to park facility, the length of the stay determines the fee.
Purchase a Momentum Campus parking permit and catch a ride aboard the Momentum Shuttle to the Island! The shuttle is free to ride for all Texas A&M-Corpus Christi students, faculty, staff, and contractors with a valid SandDollar$ ID, and travels between the Momentum and Island Campuses. The Momentum Campus parking permit is just $12 for one semester or $23 for fall and spring.
Momentum Village residents can simply walk to the parking shelter on Islander Way.
Those with garage and general parking permits may also park and use the "Park & Ride". Lots are monitored by personnel for safety and compliance.
View a larger map of our pick-up/drop-off "Park & Ride" Momentum Campus locations
This route operates only during the fall and spring semesters. During the summer, take route 63 between the Island and Momentum Campuses.
Monday - Thursday
Our transportation system is provided in partnership with the Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority (CCRTA). Texas A&M-Corpus Christi students, faculty, and staff can ride on any CCRTA bus FOR FREE by presenting a valid SandDollar$ ID card.
Route 63 brings riders from Ennis Joslin Rd. apartments to the University, then on to La Palmera Mall/Southside Transfer Station and Moore Plaza (HEB, Target, Old Navy, restaurants and many other stores). At the Southside Transfer Station, riders can catch other buses. Students, employees, and contractors living along Ennis Joslin may enjoy taking this bus to campus instead of driving their car. This route operates year-round and the schedule will vary on holidays based on CCRTA operations. Check the CCRTA website or the TransLoc app for schedule changes.
Monday - Thursday
Route 5 takes riders from points between the Staples Street Station and Alameda Street to the Island Campus. Riders can also go grocery shopping at the HEB and CVS on Alameda at Roberts, explore shopping and local restaurants in Lamar Park and Town & Country Center, go to Doctors Regional Hospital, and the Six Points Transfer Station. Riders can also take route 5 from Del Mar to the TAMU-CC Island Campus.
Monday - Friday
Route 37 connects riders from the Port & Ayers area to the Island Campus, stopping at shopping areas on Gollihar Rd. and La Palmera Mall/Southside Transfer Station.
Monday - Friday
CCRTA operates a limited Sunday schedule on all bus routes. Most routes begin around 8:00am and end by 7:45pm. Please review the CCRTA schedules or consult the TransLoc app for full details.
For more information on bus routes, please contact the CCRTA at 361-883-2287. For questions or concerns on routes 60 or 63, contact the Office of Student Engagement and Success at 361-825-2612. Riders who have disabilities that prevent them from riding the fixed routes and need transportation should call 361-289-5881 and select option 2 for the B Line.
Plan a trip on the CCRTA buses and track your bus in real time! Find out if there are traffic conditions, emergencies or other issues causing your bus to run late. Plan exactly when you'll need to be at your stop. Simply select which route you would like to track, and follow the bus live!
Track your bus online or download the Track Your Bus app to your phone or mobile device!