The LaSalle-Circle Shuttle has passed the 90 day test and is now part of the regular Waco Transit routes.
Ridership figures showed the route has become the third most popular in just 3 short months, behind only the Silo District Trolley and Route #9 (South Terrace). And it’s free to ride!
If you’re visiting Waco, this shuttle allows you to visit both the Silos, and Magnolia Table. It also goes by some great vintage shops that have sprung up along LaSalle Avenue. The bus also passes the Texas Ranger Museum, Texas Sports Hall of Fame, and the Mayborn Museum, as well as Oakwood Cemetery, which is a beautiful tree-lined historic cemetery. The shuttle also goes by Baylor University.
This bus 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, Monday through Saturday.
So, how do you do it? You can hop on this shuttle anywhere safe along the route simply by catching the driver’s eye and waving your arm. The driver will also drop you off wherever you ask. It’s all free, so you can get on and off to your heart’s content.
Oh, and while you’re here, why not take home a new friend from Waco’s no-kill animal shelter?
Check out the route below, then make plans to hop aboard and visit some of the great attractions that Waco is known for!