To facilitate community members’ safe and secure evening travels to their residences near Washington University School of Medicine, the Operations & Facilities Management Department offers the Afterhours Neighborhood Shuttle Program (ANSP). The ANSP is implemented by Protective Services and serves the School of Medicine each Monday through Friday evening/night, except for holidays observed by the University.

School of Medicine students, employees, postdocs, and BJH residents are all eligible to use this service. ANSP shuttles depart from the 4444 Forest Park Avenue Building and the Olin Circle (located outside and to the south of the Shell Café) approximately every hour beginning at 5:00 p.m. with the last shuttle leaving at 12:00 midnight. Riders must display valid Washington University I.D. badges and identify their home addresses upon boarding. No unaffiliated riders are permitted. Neighborhoods served by the program include the Central West End, Forest Park Southeast/The Grove, Skinker DeBaliviere, DeBaliviere Place, Kings Oak, and Cheltenham. Please see the map below.

Saint Louis Transportation, a local provider of corporate and private transportation solutions, serves as the program’s contracted carrier. The shuttle ANSP vehicle is a white shuttle bus similar to those conveying community members around campus. It can be recognized by signs on the exterior, “WUSM NEIGHBORHOOD SHUTTLE.”

If you have questions about the ANSP, including whether your home address is served by the program, please call us at 314-362-4357 or email us at
We look forward to serving you!