Tiger Town Trolley - Select Saturday Fixed Routes Service

The Lee-Russell Public Transit will offer a free Hotel Shuttle to and from the Tiger Town Trolley at Home Depot in Tiger Town for you and your family to visit Auburn University's campus and/or shopping in Tiger Town. From Home Depot, a Tiger Transit will offer shuttles to and from War Eagle Way near the activites at Jordan-Hare Stadium and back to Home Depot. This service is free of charge. Shuttles run 4 hours prior to kick-off and 2 hours after the game ends.

Hotel Shuttle Stops: (Approximately 7 minutes between hotel stops)

Stop 1: Tiger Town - Home Depot parking lot

Stop 2: Hampton Inn

Stop 3: Holiday Inn

Stop 4: Home2

Stop 5: La Quinta

Stop 6: Microtel

Stop 7: Best Western

Stop 8: Studio 6

Stop 9: Fairfield

Stop 10: Tiger Town - Home Depot parking Lot

Tiger Transit Shuttle Services

During Auburn home football games, Tiger Transit runs special game day routes. These routes are available to all game day fans and are free of charge.

Buses begin picking up fans at four (4) hours prior to kickoff, offer limited service throughout the game and continue returning fans to stops for two (2) hours after the conclusion of the game. Buses drop off fans along War Eagle Way (by the Village Residence Halls). Buses line up along War Eagle Way in order to return fans to game day stops.

Riders utilizing stops at off-campus locations may face delays before and after the game, due to pre and post-game traffic. Tiger Transit routes which operate Monday-Friday DO NOT operate on game days.

Off-Campus Stops

Auburn Airport
2150 Mike Hubbard Boulevard, Auburn, AL 36830
The transit bus pick-up point is located at the main terminal.

Duck Samford Park
Airport Road, Auburn, AL 36830
The transit bus pick-up point is located approximately 100 yards on the left after entering Duck Samford Park.

Village Mall
1627 - 53 Opelika Road, Auburn, AL 36830
The transit bus pick-up point is located off Mall Blvd in close proximity to Belk's parking lot.

On-Campus Stops

War Eagle Way
(serves as main campus pick up and drop off point)
All game day Tiger Transit shuttles will drop-off and pick-up on campus on War Eagle Way, immediately north of the Nichols Center. Shuttles will no longer use the Biggio Drive turnaround behind the Coliseum.

Prior to the game, a transit stop has been added to the South Quad Parking Deck on Lem Morrison Drive, taking riders to the drop off at War Eagle Way.

Facilities Division 
(Samford Avenue)

Lem Morrison and Donahue

Woodfield and Donahue

West Parking Lot
(W. Thach Avenue)

Community Garden
(Samford Avenue across from facilities)

Accessible golf cart service to from those gates War Eagle Way will still be available from the stadium, as in the past.

Tiger Transit utilizes the technology of the Transit Visualization System, which enables fans to view the buses in motion and the routes in real-time on a detailed map displayed on the Internet or smart phone. To track your bus, visit the Tiger Transit website and click the "Find Your Bus" link.


Stadium Golf Cart Shuttle: Slidr

New in the 2019 season, Auburn Athletics is partnering with Slidr to offer a football game day shuttle service throughout the areas adjacent to Jordan-Hare Stadium.

The fare service will take patrons from outside the stadium security barricade boundaries to any location inside that perimeter, including up to JHS. The service pickup area outside the perimeter runs from the corner of Glenn Avenue and Gay Street west to Byrd Street and south to Woodfield Drive (map attached).

Fare is $3 per person, and service begins three hours prior to kickoff. Shuttle service will be suspended at the end of the first quarter and resume at the start of the fourth quarter, running two to three hours postgame.

Patrons may use the Slidr app on iPhone or Android to order service, or call the local contact number 334-703-4213; patrons may pay by cash or debit/credit card at the point of delivery. No payment can be made through the app.

Each Slidr vehicle is a five-passenger, low-speed vehicle that meets all required safety standards. Slidr, based out of Boca Raton, Fla., will be the only provider with access through the game day barricades.