2018 - 2019 Transportation Services
Stay tuned for information regarding the Fall 2018 transportation services offered for Thanksgiving Break and the End of the Semester (December).
For questions regarding transportation, please contact the Marist College Student Activities Office at 845-575-3279 or e-mail Student.Activities@marist.edu.
Marist College, Dutchess Community College and the County Loop Bus System have developed a new bus route which would provide Marist and DCC students access to many businesses, restaurants, grocery stores as well as the train station and the Residence Inn on a regular basis. The bus will run daily Monday through Sunday. This is part of Marist’s efforts to provide affordable transportation to students to vital local services (train station, grocery stores, galleria mall, etc) and to contribute to the College’s support of sustainability efforts.
This route, identified as Route H will be available to all students for FREE by showing their Marist ID card. It also allows you to ride for free on any other county bus which you can access at the Poughkeepsie Transportation Hub located across from the Civic Center on Market Street.
The bus can be picked up on Fulton Street (the Starbucks side of the street) directly across from the road access to Beck Place. Drop off is at the same location on the Beck Place side of the street.
Please click here for an official copy of the Dutchess County Public Transit schedule.
Special thanks to the Office of Safety and Security, The County Loop Bus System, members of Student Government for their input and support, and the Student Activities Office.
Zipcars are available to all Marist College students 18+, faculty and staff. With our two Zipcars parked in the McCann Recreation Lot, all you have to do is decide where you want to go and when. Zipcars To reserve, you can go on-line, or on your mobile device, 24/7. Low hourly and daily rates include gas, insurance, and 180 miles per day.
Special thanks toStudent Affairs, Student Government Association, Campus Sustainability Advisory Committee,
Purchasing, Physical Plant and Safety and Security.
Metro-North station runs commuter trains on the Hudson Line to New York City, as well as Amtrak trains, located at 41 Main St. in downtown Poughkeepsie.
The Poughkeepsie train station is a stop on Amtrak's national service. New York City (to the south) and Albany, NY (to the north) are other major nearby destinations.