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George Washington Bridge/Fort Lee Shuttle

George-Washington-Brücke / Fort Lee-Shuttle

Transportation from Columbia Medical Center and Morningside Campus to Parker Plaza in Fort Lee.

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The George Washington Bridge / Fort Lee Shuttle operates Monday through Friday, excluding university holidays. Please read our guidelines on equestrian etiquette.

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Seats are first come, first served, and all drivers must show their Columbia ID.

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Wheelchair symbolAccessibility of the shuttle

All shuttles to George Washington Bridge / Fort Lee are ADA accessible.

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If you've used Google Maps before, our interactive shuttle map should look familiar to you. Enter your start and destination addresses and when you want to leave. Check out our tutorial video for help.

Clock symboltime plans

The following timetable reflects the estimated departure time of the shuttle at each stop. From the CUIMC (Medical Center), passengers can take the intercampus shuttle to Harlem Hospital and the Morningside and Manhattanville campuses.

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George Washington Bridge / Fort Lee Shuttle Timetable & Route Map

Before using the interactive route map and the shuttle timetable below, please familiarize yourself with the types of stops and their locations on the shuttle route. Note that the morning, noon and evening timetables follow slightly different routes.

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Manhattanville - Fort Lee Shuttle Guaranteed trip home

Manhattanville campus faculties and staff who use the Fort Lee shuttle to get to work may be eligible for reimbursement for a trip home during a personal emergency. Find out more here.

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Legend of the George Washington Bridge / Fort Lee shuttle stop

Stop name
CUIMC to Fort Lee via Lamont mid-day
place
Northeast corner of 167th and Broadway, facing north.
Stop name
CUIMC to GW Bridge / Fort Lee in the morning *
place
Northwest corner of 169th Street and Broadway, facing west.
Stop name
CUIMC not GW Bridge / Fort Lee pm *
place
Northeast corner of 169th and Fort Washington.
Stop name
Fort Lee to CUIMC via Lamont
place
Lewis Street, between Fletcher Avenue and Linwood Avenue.
Stop name
Fort Lee not GW Bridge / CUIMC
place
Lewis Street, between Fletcher Avenue and Linwood Avenue.
Stop name
GW bridge to CUIMC
place
Southeast corner of 178th Street and Fort Washington Avenue, facing east.
Stop name
GW Bridge to Fort Lee
place
Southeast corner of 178th Street and Fort Washington Avenue, facing north.
Stop Name','class':['row_0','col_0']},{'data':'

Standort','class':['row_0','col_1']}]' rows='[[{'data':'

CUIMC to Fort Lee via Lamont Mid-Day ',' class ': [' row_1 ',' col_0 ']}, {' data ':'

Northeast corner of 167th and Broadway, facing north. ',' Class ': [' row_1 ',' col_1 ']}], [{' data ':'

CUIMC nach GW Bridge/Fort Lee a.m.*','class':['row_2','col_0']},{'data':'

Northwest corner of 169th Street and Broadway, facing west. ',' Class ': [' row_2 ',' col_1 ']}], [{' data ':'

CUIMC nach GW Bridge/Fort Lee p.m.*','class':['row_3','col_0']},{'data':'

Northeast corner of 169th and Fort Washington. ',' Class ': [' row_3 ',' col_1 ']}], [{' data ':'

Fort Lee to CUIMC via Lamont ',' class ': [' row_4 ',' col_0 ']}, {' data ':'

Lewis Street, between Fletcher Avenue and Linwood Avenue. ',' Class ': [' row_4 ',' col_1 ']}], [{' data ':'

Fort Lee that GW Bridge / CUIMC ',' class ': [' row_5 'col_0']}, { 'data':

Lewis Street, between Fletcher Avenue and Linwood Avenue. ',' Class ': [' row_5 ',' col_1 ']}], [{' data ':'

GW bridge to CUIMC ',' class ': [' row_6 ',' col_0 ']}, {' data ':'

Southeast corner of 178th Street and Fort Washington Avenue, heading east. ',' Class ': [' row_6 ',' col_1 ']}], [{' data ':'

GW bridge to Fort Lee ',' class ': [' row_7 ',' col_0 ']}, {' data ':'

Southeast corner of 178th Street and Fort Washington Avenue, facing north. ',' Class ': [' row_7 ',' col_1 ']}]]' sortable = '0' class = 'table-responsive hidden-xs'>

Hard Stops vs. Soft Stops

Certain stops on the George Washington Bridge / Fort Lee shuttle route are 'hard stops' so that the driver always comes to a standstill there, even if there are no drivers waiting to get in. The driver waits at a hard stop until the shuttle schedule shows the shuttle is departing.

Other stops are 'soft stops' where the driver slows down but passes the stop when no one is waiting.

Below is a list of hard and soft stops on the George Washington Bridge / Fort Lee Shuttle summer schedule:

Hard stops
CUIMC not GW Bridge / Fort Lee a.m.
Soft stops
CUIMC to Fort Lee via Lamont mid-day
Hard stops
Fort Lee to CUIMC (3:50 p.m. to 7:50 p.m.)
Soft stops
CUIMC not GW Bridge / Fort Lee p.m.
Hard stops
Soft stops
Fort Lee to CUIMC via Lamont Mid-Day (excluding evening cruise.)
Hard stops
Soft stops
Fort Lee not GW Bridge / CUIMC
Hard stops
Soft stops
GW bridge to CUIMC
Hard stops
Soft stops
GW Bridge to Fort Lee
Hard Stops','class':['row_0','col_0']},{'data':'

Softstops','class':['row_0','col_1']}]' rows='[[{'data':'

CUIMC nach GW Bridge/Fort Lee a.m.','class':['row_1','col_0']},{'data':'

CUIMC to Fort Lee via Lamont Mid-Day ',' class ': [' row_1 ',' col_1 ']}], [{' data ':'

Fort Lee to CUIMC (from 3:50 pm to 7:50 pm) ',' class ': [' row_2 ',' col_0 ']}, {' data ':'

CUIMC nach GW Bridge/Fort Lee pm','class':['row_2','col_1']}],[{'data':'','class':['row_3','col_0']} ,{'Daten':'

Fort Lee to CUIMC u00a0 über Lamont Mid-Day (except evening run.) ',' Class': ['row_3', 'col_1']}], [{'data': '', 'class': [' row_4 ' , 'col_0']}, {'data': '

Fort Lee nach GW Bridge/CUIMC','class':['row_4','col_1']}],[{'data':'','class':['row_5','col_0']}, {'Daten':'

GW Bridge zu CUIMC','class':['row_5','col_1']}],[{'data':'','class':['row_6','col_0']},{'data' :'

GW Bridge to Fort Lee','class':['row_6','col_1']}]]' sortable='0' class='table-responsive hidden-xs'>

GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE/FORT LEE SHUTTLE: ROUTENPLAN

The route shown on the map includes all of the stops the George Washington Bridge / Fort Lee Shuttle makes in the morning and afternoon. Service. Lunchtime service via the Lamont Shuttle stops on Broadway.

  • When searching for directions using the maps, the system only searches for times for the routes that are activated on the map. To find all available routes and times, make sure the route is activated.
  • Clicking on a stop marker will display information about the stop, a picture of the stop and the next three stops on the shuttle.
  • The shuttle is tracked live via GPS. A moving bus symbol on the map shows you where the shuttle is in real time.
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George Washington Bridge / Fort Lee: Spring 2021 morning

CUIMC GW Bridge to Fort Lee Fort Lee GW bridge to CUIMC CUIMC
- - 6:32 a.m. 6:38 a.m. Submission
6:40 a.m. 6:44 am 6:52 a.m. 6:58 a.m. Submission
7:00 am 7:04 am 7:12 am 7:18 am Submission
7:20 a.m. 7:24 am 7:32 a.m. 7:38 a.m. Submission
7:40 a.m. 7:44 am 7:52 a.m. 7:58 a.m. Submission
8:00 am 8:04 a.m. 8:12 a.m. 8:18 a.m. Submission
8:20 a.m. 8:24 a.m. 8:32 a.m. 8:38 a.m. Submission
8:40 a.m. 8:44 am 8:52 a.m. 8:58 a.m. Submission
9:00 in the morning 9:04 a.m. 9:12 a.m. 9:18 a.m. Submission
9:20 a.m. 9:24 a.m. 9:32 a.m. 9:38 a.m. Submission
9:40 a.m. 9:44 am 9:52 a.m. 9:58 a.m. Submission

George Washington Bridge / Fort Lee: Spring 2021 at noon

CUIMC (via Lamont Mid-Day) GW Bridge to Fort Lee Fort Lee GW bridge to CUIMC CUIMC
(NE corner 167./ Broadway) - 11:13 am - Submission
12:13 p.m. - Submission - -
- - 2:13 pm - Submission
3:13 pm - Submission - -

George Washington Bridge / Fort Lee: Spring 2021

CUIMC GW Bridge to Fort Lee Fort Lee GW bridge to CUIMC CUIMC
- - 3:50 pm - Submission
3:42 pm Submission 4:00 p.m. - Submission
4:02 pm Submission 4:30 p.m. - Submission
4:22 pm Submission 4:40 p.m. - Submission
4:42 pm Submission 5:10 p.m. - Submission
5:02 pm Submission 5:20 pm - Submission
5:22 pm Submission 5:50 pm - Submission
5:42 pm Submission 6:00 p.m. - Submission
6:02 pm Submission 6:30 in the evening - Submission
6:22 pm Submission 6:40 p.m. - Submission
6:42 pm Submission 7:10 p.m. - Submission
7:02 pm Submission 7:20 pm - Submission
7:22 pm Submission 7:50 pm - Submission

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