When you arrive in Lynchburg, transportation to and from your intensive location is your responsibility. A parking pass will be provided in your intensive packet, which is mailed to you three weeks prior to your intensive. More information about parking passes, and additional resources to help navigate the Lynchburg area and Liberty's campus, are provided below.
Campus Bus Service
Greater Lynchburg Transit Company (GLTC)
You are responsible for your own transportation to and from Lynchburg, VA. Several of the hotels/motels listed on the lodging page provide shuttle service to and from the Lynchburg Regional Airport (LYH) and the Kemper AMTRAK/Greyhound Station. Fairfield Inn & Suites is located on campus and provides shuttles to and from the Lynchburg Regional Airport and Kemper AMTRAK/Greyhound Station. ADA accessible shuttle service to the campus is available every 20 minutes between 7 AM - midnight on weekdays and 8 AM – midnight on weekends from Fairfield Inn & Suites.
|Taxi Cab Services
Gray Top Cabs
Hill City Cabs
Taxis to Limos
Limited transportation to and from the Roanoke Regional Airport (ROA) is available from LU Transit. The cost is $75 one way and $100 round trip. Please fill out this form two weeks before your trip to schedule and pay for this service. Once you have completed the form, LU Transit will contact you to confirm your itinerary and hotel location (please select “Main Campus” and enter the number 01 in the “Dorm #” box, we will adjust the location to your hotel after we call you to confirm your itinerary).
Parking On Campus
To park at Liberty during your intensive, you will need to fill out and hand in the proper documentation provided by the Liberty University Police Department (LUPD). A temporary parking permit will be mailed to you prior to the start of your intensive. Please fill out the appropriate information and bring this with you. You will be asked to hand in the bottom half of the parking pass to the Intensive Team upon your arrival.
Please note that your car will not be registered with LUPD until you’ve returned the bottom portion of the parking permit. If you did not receive a temporary parking permit in the mail, you’ll need to see a member of the Intensives Team.
Please take a moment to look at the LUPD website and information regarding intensives parking regulations.