Schools Are a Huge Consideration When a Family Moves to a New Area.
Bus routes to and from Texas A&M and Blinn Jr. Colleges must be considered for parents and students alike when considering where to live in College Station or Bryan TX. We will try to keep these maps updated, but the truth is… these bus routes change as student populations become dense in certain areas around town.
Most A&M students will get a parking pass, but still have to hop a bus because class locations change. Many of our students are visiting from other countries and absolutely must live near a shuttle bus stop or walk.
There are buses that travel between TAMU and Blinn Jr. College every 15 minutes or so. Many students drive their car to the nearest bus stop. They find a little free parking, and then hop a bus.
Since College Station is ever changing, the bus routes must also. I hope you find the boundary links below to the Elementary, Middle, Intermediate, and High schools and Universities helpful.
People have always asked me if it’s easy to find parking on campus and I have to chuckle and say NO. Good luck with that! A&M has added parking garages, but the bottom line is, campus police write a lot of tickets.
Located just minutes from Texas A&M University, the Blinn Bryan Campus has gotten prettier and busier as it attracts students from all over the state of Texas.
A Texas A&M bus (Reveille – Route 12) arrives/leaves Blinn’s Bryan Campus Student Center approximately every 15 minutes. To view routes and times please go to TAMU Shuttle Bus Routes; or call (979)847-RIDE.
Public Transportation: The Brazos Transit District provides low cost bus rides covering 16 counties in Central and East Texas including Bryan/College Station. Routes and rates are on their website or call 979-778-0607
P. O. Box 6030
2423 Blinn Blvd.
Bryan, Texas 77805
If you would like to see more information on this page, let me know and I’ll see what I can do for you.