Transportation Options at Sage


[CDTA Bus]The Sage Colleges has partnered with the Capital District Transit Authority (CDTA) in a "green" initiative to provide free CDTA bus transportation throughout the Capital District.

The service area for CDTA includes Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga and Schenectady counties and includes 60 bus routes which go to just about every major employment center, shopping area and recreational site in the Capital Region. The service is safe, efficient and reliable; the employees are professional and friendly; and the buses are modern, clean and comfortable.

The services are for full-time registered/current enrolled students, full-time faculty, and full-time employees only. Valid Sage photo identification cards will be accepted on all CDTA bus routes. Just swipe your ID through the farebox and you're on your way.

For a complete listing of schedules and routes please go to the CDTA website. If you’re interested in sightseeing or planning a trip, use their online trip planner.

Questions or concerns about this program can be directed to the Deans of Students Office in Albany: 292-1753 or Troy: 244-2207 or e-mail

We encourage all our students and employees to take a “green” step and ride the bus!

The Sage Shuttle

The Sage Shuttle takes students and employees between the Troy and Albany campuses.

The shuttle service runs between campuses each weekday from 8 am to 10 pm and weekends between 12 pm and 8 pm. The shuttle allows students to take courses and participate in activities on both campuses. The shuttle stop in Troy is located in front of Wool House and the stop in Albany is in front of the Administration Building.

Questions or concerns about the shuttle program can be directed to the Dean of Students Office in Albany: 292-1753 or Troy: 244-2207 or to

Download the Spring 2015 Sage shuttle schedule »

*** Please Note: Wednesday, April 29 is not a class day.  The Undergraduate Research Day and the Symposium takes place that day.   The 10:30 a.m. shuttle will be delayed until 11:00 a.m.