Tuesday, July 29th, 2014
What's Going On?


KnightLYNX is a safe and reliable public transportation option on and near the UCF campus, launched in the Spring 2011 semester. The bus operates from 8:00 PM to 3:00 AM on Friday and Saturday nights and travels throughout the UCF community. This bus service is free for all UCF students with a valid UCF ID Card.

Quick Facts

  • KnightLYNX transported more than 16,000 students in its opening year alone.
  • Riding KnightLYNX helps support a more sustainable environment
  • Riding KnightLYNX or public transportation helps lower your stress level and saves you money

Green Line

The Green Line stays within the vicinity of campus and begins at Knights Plaza (UCF Arena) and exits the back end of campus and onto McCulloch and goes through Alafaya Trail up until Central Florida Blvd., where it makes its way back onto campus. For a full list of stops for the Green Line, click here.

  1. Knights Plaza (UCF Arena)
  2. Northgate Lakes
  3. Tivoli Apartments
  4. University Palms Shopping Center
  5. Knights Circle
  6. University Commons Shopping Center
  7. University Blvd. & Rouse Road.
  8. Sterling Central Apartments
  9. UCF Recreation & Wellness Center

Blue Line

The Blue Line extends further out into East Orlando traveling down Alafaya Trail, passing Colonial Drive and riding along Waterford Lakes Town Center and back onto campus. For a full list of stops for the Blue Line, click here.

  1. Knights Plaza (UCF Arena)
  2. UCF Recreation & Wellness Center
  3. The Edge Apartments
  4. Campus Crossings (Alafaya)
  5. The Pointe at Central
  6. Alafaya Village Shopping Center
  7. Waterford Lakes Town Center (Stop 1)
  8. Waterford Lakes Town Center (Stop 2)
  9. Waterford Lakes Pkwy/Woodbury Rd.
  10. Alafaya Commons Shopping Center (Colonial Dr. Stop)
  11. Alafaya Commons Shopping Center (Alafaya Trl. Stop)
  12. Campus Crossings (College Station)
  13. Boardwalk Apartments
  14. Lake Claire Apartments/Greek Park Dr.

Red Line

The Red Line goes toward West Orlando traveling down Alafaya Trail to mount the 408, then riding along Downtown Orlando. For a full list of stops for the Red Line, click here.

  1. Knights Plaza (UCF Arena)
  2. East Colonial Drive
  3. South Street
  4. Downtown Orlando


Christopher Clemente

Facilities & Transportation Specialist