Active Commuting

In 2016, Atlanta first appeared on Bicycling Magazine's list of the 50 Best Bike Cities and, by 2018, had over 120 miles of bikeways. For those who live further away, bus service links twelve metro-counties to Civic Center and North Ave MARTA stations, which are both less than a twenty minute walk or eight minute ride from campus.

Midtown Bike Routes

Discover cycling infrastructure throughout the City, including repair stations, located at all MARTA train stations, suggested cycling routes, and Relay Station locations.

Atlanta Beltline

Connecting Atlanta's intown neighborhoods, the Atlanta Beltline is alive with art, restaurants, and events.

PATH Trails

The PATH Foundation has built over 270 miles of trails throughout Georgia. PATH Parkway, connecting Midtown and Downtown, earned People for Bikes' top new trail in 2017.


Georgia Tech and Emory are separated by a seven mile ride along the Atlanta Beltline. Learn how to connect Atlanta and it's surrounding communities via trails and roads to create a safe, sustainable, and enjoyable commute.

Bike Commuter Shower Pass

Additional campus shower locations are available on the the campus map

The Campus Recreation Complex (CRC) believes in active lifestyles and active commuters and offers a "Bike Commuter Shower Pass" 

 -Shower/locker room available with BuzzCard access from 7am-9am; Monday-Friday  

-$5 per month. A month begins the first Monday of the month; rates will not be prorated for participants who sign up after the first Monday of the month. Refunds will not be issued. 

-Towel rental included; towels are available via your BuzzCard at Main Issue 1, located on the Lower Level of the CRC

-Participants are eligible for semester locker rental, based upon availability; inquire at the Member Services counter, located in the lobby of the CRC. Participants may use day lockers while utilizing shower/locker rooms; day lockers require a pad lock, which are available for purchase at Member Services.  

-Requires proof of either: 1) no parking permit OR 2) a "Smart Park" permit; permit status will be verified through Parking and Transportation

 Upon verification of eligibility, participants must sign a waiver and program agreement at the Member Services desk, located in the lobby of the CRC. For further questions or to sign up, please email Becky James

Intermittent Campus Parking

SmartPark offers an economical option for intermittent parking on campus . At $25 per year and $6 per usage, commuters may choose from four convenient lots. Please visit Parking and Transportation's website for details and to purchase SmartPark units.