Merrimack College Expands Warrior Shuttle Service

Two shuttle lines will offer students, faculty and staff the flexibility to travel both within campus and to off-campus locations.
Warrior Shuttle shelter.

The Warrior Shuttle will launch expanded service beginning the first week of classes, with two lines providing students, faculty and staff the flexibility to travel both within campus and to off-campus locations.

“As our student body and campus continue to grow, we must meet the increased demand for a reliable and safe transportation system,” said Darren Conine, vice president for enrollment. “We are excited to debut the new enhanced Warrior Shuttle providing our community with access to important on and off campus locations.”

The Blue line shuttle will provide on-campus service to Crowe Hall, McQuade Library, the Rogers Center for the Arts, Lot J, The Center for Innovation and Research in Engineering and Computational Sciences/Lot O and Hamel Health Center. The Gold line will bring passengers from Crowe Hall to off-campus stops including downtown Andover, the Andover train station and Andover Landing.

There will also be new weekend shuttles with service to Market Basket, CVS, The Loop in Methuen and Tuscan Village in Salem, New Hampshire.

Newly branded shuttles will roll out in the coming weeks and new shuttle shelters will be installed at each of the on-campus stops.

Blue and Gold line service will run Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Thursdays and Fridays from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. The new weekend shuttle service will run from 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. on Saturdays and 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Sundays.

For more information you can visit the Warrior Shuttle webpage, call the Warrior Shuttle hotline at 978-837-5505 or email


Related News

Portrait of the Lampkin sisters.

Lampkin Sisters’ Combined Skills Key to Merrimack Bowling Success

By: Joseph O'Connell
The twins transferred to Merrimack for the bowling team's inaugural season in 2022 and have played a significant role in shaping the program's success and culture.
Headshot of Oliver Williams

Student Spotlight: Oliver Williams, ‘24 and His Internship with NAGLY

By: Lauren Pardue
Art & Art History major Oliver Williams talks to us about his internship at NAGLY- North Shore Alliance of GLBTQ+ Youth, located in Salem, MA
Headshot of A'mari Bing-Way M’24 next to the Merrimack College logo.

Merrimack Graduate Student Hopes To Help More Students of Color Study Abroad

By: Michael Cronin
A'mari Bing-Way M’24 got her bachelor’s degree in Paris. Once she completes her master’s at Merrimack College, she’ll work to give other people of color the same opportunities she had.