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After Hours Service

Our primary service operates to serve the majority of our riders during regular class times. However, we understand students' lives and needs extend beyond the classroom. To support those attending night classes or participating in campus activities and events, we continue to operate limited service after most routes have ended for the day.

Get Schedule: 800-Series Night Service Shuttles (PDF)

Night Classes Are No Problem
Most riders attending night classes can catch the last trip of a regular daytime route to get to campus, but with reduced ridership in the evening it would be inefficient to continue operating all our daytime service until night classes have ended. This is where our 800-series shuttles work to address riders' needs as well as our continuing commitment to more efficient operations.

Once classes are over, getting home again is easy. If you need to return to the commuter parking lots served by 610 Minges Park & Ride or the D-Zone parking lot at Curry Court, 850 Pirate Ride can get you there (see its schedule for details and operating times). Passengers returning to any location regularly served by our 400-series or 500-series routes will find the new two-way night service shuttles useful.

Introducing Two-Way Night Service Shuttles
Previously, night service via the Night Drop Off shuttles was available only for one-way trips to off-campus locations. Night routes have since been restructured to provide two-way service to most locations. Due to lower ridership at night, these shuttles operate very similarly to the afternoon off-peak combination shuttles.

These two-way combination shuttles operate nightly Monday - Friday, 6:30pm - 10:30pm. The last trip for each shuttle departs Christenbury Gym at 10:00pm. Details on each shuttle are available as a downloadable PDF file.

SafeRide
Don't forget; SafeRide operates late at night to help you travel around campus and adjacent areas safely. See SafeRide's site for more details.