Sustainable Transportation

CCU is a pedestrian friendly campus, designed to encourage the use of sustainable transportation options such as walking or biking. The use of sustainable transportation can reduce parking demands, save time and money, ensure pedestrian safety, promote healthy lifestyles, and help create a cleaner environment.

In addition to being a walkable campus, Coastal Carolina University offers the following sustainable transportation options included in each student's tuition package:


Bicycles are an easy and affordable way to get around campus, especially with convenient bicycle parking at every building, designated biking lanes on Chanticleer Drive, and bike racks on all CCU shuttles. University Recreation offers a free bicycle borrowing program called Coastal Cycles at the HTC Center's Outdoor Center, where you can rent a bicycle for free for 30 days with your student ID. If you are bringing your own bicycle, please register it with Public Safety.

Contact: 843-349-5076 | 


Campus Shuttle and Teal Mobile 

The Campus Shuttle offers a shuttle service between the main campus, University Place, east campus, and local areas. 

Teal Mobile offers an on-demand rideshare service to CCU students, faculty, and staff, and operates within 1.5 miles of the main campus. Teal Mobile should be utilized for travel to locations near campus that are not in the Campus Shuttle route.

Both services are operated by CCU Transportation Services and are accessible through the CCU Transportation app, TransLoc. These services are included in each student's tuition package, through the Student Government Association-initiated transportation fee, and are available to use for no additional cost.

Contact: 843-234-3433 |  

Download the TransLoc app onto your mobile device:


Commuter Parking

Parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited to the outskirts of campus to encourage the use of sustainable transportation options. Commuter students are encouraged to park at the YY Lot, off Highway 544, and utilize the Park and Ride shuttle service that provides tranportation to main campus. All vehicles (including motorcycles, mopeds, and motor scooters) must be registered with the Department of Public Safety (DPS).

Parking decals are included in each student's tuition package and available at no additional cost. You may apply for a parking decal online at Please note that it is the responsibility of students, faculty, and staff to read and abide by the Traffic and Parking Regulations.  

Contact: 843-349-2549 | 


Frequently Asked Questions

During Thanksgiving break, winter holiday break, and spring break, the Campus Shuttle departs for Myrtle Beach International Airport every hour from the Main Shuttle stop by the Lib Jackson Student Union. The Amtrak Shuttle departs from the Student Union Station at 9 a.m. You can also take a taxi to either destination; some companies offer a CCU discount. Please call ahead and show your CCU ID. For more information, visit:  

Monday through Friday, the shuttle runs approximately every 30 minutes to the Walmart Plaza at Myrtle Ridge Drive between 3 p.m. & 11 p.m. The last pick-up at Walmart is at 10:30 p.m. On the weekends and during student holidays, the shuttle runs approximately every 20 to 30 minutes to multiple stops through campus, including the Walmart Plaza at Myrtle Ridge Drive, from 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. The last pick-up at Walmart is 10:30 p.m.

You may utilize a taxi, off-campus ride-sharing services such as Uber or Lyft, or the Coast RTA shuttle service. To access the Coast RTA shuttle route, visit:

Teal Mobile is an on-demand ride-share service, like Uber and Lyft, which allows students, faculty, and staff to travel to a 1.5-mile radius from campus, for locations that are not in the CCU shuttle route. Ride requests are available at no cost through the Student Government Association-initiated transportation fee, which provides funding for student parking, shuttle services, and parking lot maintenance. Request a ride through the TransLoc app on your iPhone or Android device. For more information, visit:

You can borrow a bicycle from the CCU Coastal Cycles program for free for up to 30 days at a time. Please bring your CCU ID to the Outdoor Center at the HTC Center. After 30 days, we ask that you return the bicycle so our bike techs can inspect the bike and keep it in good working condition. You can always borrow another one, if one is avaialable at that time. 

The bike techs at the Outdoor Center at the HTC Center can repair your bike for free, you just have to pay for any necessary parts. You can also use the Bike Fix-It Stations located outside the HTC Center and the University Place Activity House. 

Assisting motorists on campus is a service of the Department of Public Safety. The DPS will load jumper cables or an enclosed battery jumper, unlock car doors, help with flat tires, or loan a gas can. To request assistance, call the Public Safety office at 843-349-2177, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

If you would like someone to go with you to your vehicle or between buildings on the main campus, please call 843-349-2177 and request a Chauncey Patrol office to escort you safely to your destination. 



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