Brooklyn Overnight Shuttle
Current Service Status: Updated May 16, 2022
Transportation Services will be suspended beginning Wednesday, May 18 at 7 a.m. Summer Route E shuttle service will commence on Monday, May 23.
Please visit our COVID-19 Transportation page for more details on our enhanced cleaning and new passenger requirements.
For overnight service between Manhattan and Brooklyn, NYU provides a Brooklyn Overnight Shuttle. Operating concurrently with Safe Ride in Manhattan during the academic year, this scheduled fixed-route service provides shuttles every 30 minutes between boroughs.
The Brooklyn Overnight Shuttle operates during the academic term, starting at 12:00 a.m, and running every 30 minutes. The last trip departs Bobst Library at 7:00 a.m. with no return trip to Manhattan. Click here for a timetable of the schedule.
The fixed route originates and terminates at Bobst Library, making stops at 80 Lafayette in Manhattan, and Othmer Hall and Clark Street in Brooklyn. Click here for real-time shuttle location during service hours. Please note: Brooklyn locations will not be available for request via the Safe Ride platform.
Map above shows how to get to Brooklyn from Manhattan on the Brooklyn Overnight Shuttle Service. From Bobst Library, the shuttle operates to 80 Lafayette, Othmer Hall and Clark Street. To get to Brooklyn from other Manhattan locations, take a Safe Ride to Bobst Library or 80 Lafayette and catch the shuttle, running every 30 minutes.
In Manhattan and need to get to Brooklyn? Request a Safe Ride from your location to Bobst Library or 80 Lafayette to catch the shuttle.