Bring MUSTBUS to your university.

Are you stuck on a college campus in the middle of nowhere because you don't drive?

The MUSTBUS Movement we will help you set up a community-run intercity bus system where you live, at no cost to you.

If a group of kids at McGill University can do it, so can you.

What is MUSTBUS Campus

De-centralized

Mobility for All

Community Solidarity

MUSTBUS Campus is a de-centralized, autonomous intercity bus network spontaneously organized by local college students across North America. Every MUSTBUS Campus is completely independent from the National MUSTBUS Movement and from each other.

No matter you're in Wyoming, Alaska, New York, or Laval, you have the right to walk, bike and take transit.

It may not look like it right now, but we will make it happen. (If we don't do anything, no one else would.)

We answer to no one but our own community, and we believe in no power but the power of the people.

We build intercity transit systems that empower people and take them where they want to go.

Start a MUSTBUS Campus

a MUSTBUS organizer will contact you within 7 days of submission. If you didn't receive a response, feel free to contact us by email or chat. (Sometimes we're overwhelmed by messages — we're regular college students, just like you)

We're only able to directly support a small number of MUSTBUS campuses due to the limited capacity of our movement team. (Consider joining us)

We mainly consider two factors in deciding which MUSTBUS Campus applicants to officially support

- How lacking is the intercity transit available in your town.
- How many students are in your university

Get in touch

616-BUS-COOP
transit.mcgill@gmail.com
mustbus@ssmu.ca

McGill University Student Transport - MUSTBUS is an independent service group affiliated with the Students' Society of McGill University (SSMU) 
MUSTBUS is based out of Kanien'kehá:ka territory 

Title VI statement (for the United States only)

MUSTBUS operates programs and transit services without regard to race, colour, national origin and/or disability; in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act 1964 and the American with Disabilities Act of 1990. complaints or requests for information about Title VI may be directed to MUSTBUS via USPS mail, e-mail, website chat and/or by telephone. MUSTBUS will also provide information in languages other than English upon request. Advance notice is required in order to ensure availability.