Oberlin has arranged for private shuttle services for students to and from campus to the airport and to local venues. These services are offered throughout the academic year, especially weekdays, select weekends, and during academic breaks.
Airport Oberlin Shuttle (AOS)
Airport Oberlin Shuttle (AOS) is the main private shuttle provider that offers shuttle service between Oberlin and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport for a nominal fee.
Shuttles connect with the Cleveland RTA Rapid service at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. This allows for further travel into downtown Cleveland, the West Side Market, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, and much more.
$15 per person, cash or credit; cash preferred
Accepted Payment Methods
Cash and major credit cards (MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express)
Sunday, Monday, Thursday, and Friday while classes are in session.
Oberlin to Cleveland Airport Shuttle
(Pickup Locations: Wilder Student Union and the Hotel at Oberlin)
|Depart Oberlin||11 a.m.||4 p.m.|
|Arrive Cleveland Airport||11:45 a.m..||4:45 p.m.|
Cleveland Airport to Oberlin Shuttle
(Pickup Location: Employee Parking Area: Baggage Claim, Exit #1)
|Depart Cleveland Airport||10 a.m.||12 p.m.||3 p.m.||5 p.m.|
|Arrive Oberlin||10:45 a.m.||12:45 p.m.||3:45 p.m.||5:45 p.m.|
All Airport pick-ups location at the hotel shuttles lot, except for 11/30, 12/01 pick up location at Employee Lot near the Baggage Claim- End of Exit #1
Additional Notes for Airport Shuttle Riders
For information about connecting transit options in the Greater Cleveland area, refer to the Greater Cleveland RTA website . More questions? Contact Oberlin College Transportation at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Students and others needing transportation on Tuesday and Wednesday may reserve a private car or individual service at a cost of $55 plus tip, cash or credit card. A shared ride—multiple pick up or drop off—is $35 per passenger. Costs will vary depending on destination.
Contact AOS at email@example.com ; or call (216) 941-RIDE (7433) to request private service.
Plan to arrive at the bus stop 15 minutes before departure to ensure bus leaves on time. Students should plan to leave campus at least two hours before scheduled flight.
Other Transportation Services
The RideLine is a student-staffed operation that provides stop-to-stop vehicle escort service to members of the college community. The shuttle is from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. daily when classes are in session.
It serves a route around the perimeter of the campus, with limited off-campus stops. Obtain service by calling 440-775-RIDE (7433).
The Oberlin College Shopping Shuttle offers Saturday service from the Wilder Student Union, to Walmart, IGA, and Drug Mart on a loop. Riders can board at any location.
The service is available from 2–6 p.m., Saturdays during the academic year. It departs from Wilder Hall approximately every half hour. The final pick up from Walmart is 5:30 pm. The fare of $2 one-way must be paid in cash upon boarding the bus. All are welcome to use this service—students, faculty, staff, visitors, and community members.
Service updates will be posted on the Oberlin Transportation Facebook page . Check the page updates and changes in service.
Questions? Send email to Oberlin College Transportation, firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Oberlin Shopping Shuttle is operated by Airport Oberlin Shuttle (AOS) under an agreement with Oberlin College.
Traveling to New York City, Chicago, or D.C. for break? We have a shuttle for that.
ShuttleU Home (formerly Shuttle Home) is a service run by the Airport Oberlin Shuttle (AOS), the same provider that operates the Cleveland Airport shuttles to and from campus. ShuttleU Home provides bus transportation to and from Oberlin to select cities.
These buses have storage for your bags, power outlets for your devices, as well as assorted snacks for your trip.
Students must reserve their seat online in advance. One-way and round-trip service is available. ShuttleU Home will travel to the following stations:
Shuttle will pick up and drop off students from Wilder Hall.