Transportation

Public transportation is a great option to travel into and out of Downtown Baton Rouge. A total of seven public transportation routes service Downtown including four regular Capitol Area Transit routes, the Capitol Park Trolley, and two LSU Tiger Trail Routes, the Downtown/LSU Vet School Route and LSU Night Route B.

Capitol Area Transit System

CATS is the regional transit authority of the Baton Rouge metropolitan region. CATS provides fixed route service, paratransit service for disabled passengers, contractual service to Southern University and seasonal service for special events.

Please visit www.brcats.com or call 225-389-8282 for more information on routes and schedule.

Capitol Park Trolley Service

A free downtown service operated by CATS running weekdays from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm.

View Trolley Route and Stops

Private Transportation

Numerous private transportation options are also available.

Uber
Yellow Cab Baton Rouge
Reliant Transportation

LSU Tiger Trails Transit System

LSU Tiger Trails provides a safe, convenient, and free bus service for LSU students, faculty, staff, and visitors, both on and off campus. For more information please visit the LSU Tiger Trails website.

View LSU Tiger Trails Routes

Gotcha Bike Share

Explore Baton Rouge by bike! Get from A to B easily when you rent a fun and convenient pedal-assisted Gotcha bike in the city. These pay-per-minute bikes can be found at various stations in Baton Rouge destinations. Power the bike the old-fashion way for some enjoyable exercise, or take advantage of the e-motor to assist you in going further, faster and easier! After you get where you're going, simple return the bike to the nearest hub!

Enjoy a ride with a group of friends, an afternoon on the levee bike path, get to that downtown meeting quicker, or pedal to lunch instead of taking your car! Baton Rouge is easier to adventure through more than ever thanks to bike sharing.

There are seventeen Gotcha bike share stations in the downtown area with 12-20 bicycle docks at each station.

In addition to the downtown area, Gotcha also has stations on the LSU and Southern University campuses, with a few locations near the LSU lakes and Perkins Road Overpass. The system is integrated and all bicycles can be docked at any of the other stations.

For more information on the program and to use the service, please check out the app link below.

Gotcha Bike Share Apple App
Gotcha Bike Share Google Play App