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Shuttle routes are evaluated at least annually due to changes in traffic patterns, street changes, new locations on campus, safety considerations, and ridership surveys. Routes are also revised in order to make the most effective use of the annual funding resources allocated to the Shuttle program by the University.
When walking on campus or nearby neighborhoods during the evening, you are encouraged to walk in groups. If your destination is not located near a shuttle stop and you are apprehensive about walking alone, contact Public Safety at 280-2104 to request a pedestrian escort or transport. While you are waiting, be aware of your surroundings and attempt to stay in a building or in lighted areas until your escort arrives.
Shuttle schedules can be interrupted occasionally because of traffic congestion, street constructions/detours, weather conditions, and over crowded shuttles during peak times. Please recognize that many delays are caused by situations beyond the control of the shuttle drivers.
The operation of the shuttle routes is funded for approximately 32 weeks of the year, during fall and spring semester sessions. With most students and faculty away from campus during the summer it is not feasible to continue the routes. Those remaining on campus should find parking convenient and plentiful during this time.
Shuttles may be reserved for group outings or special events with advance notice and availability of shuttle drivers. There may be a charge associated with these arrangements depending on the group’s destination and time commitment of the shuttle. Please contact the Shuttle Office at 402-280-2396 or go to Van and Shuttle Service for a request form.
Free transportation service from 9 p.m.-2 a.m. Fridays and 11 p.m.-2 a.m. Saturday through Thursday. Transportation is offered anywhere within the area bound by Dodge and Cuming streets, from 15th to 38th streets.