Campus bus service shifts begin March 16

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Campus bus service shifts begin March 16

An intercampus bus makes a stop outside the Nebraska Union on April 29. UNL has worked with StarTran to add two new bus routes, connecting City and East campuses with Nebraska Innovation Campus.
Troy Fedderson | University Communications
The university has announced that campus bus service will change starting March 16 and continue through the remainder of the spring semester. It will impact StarTran routes 22, 23, 24 and 25.

Due to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s response to COVID-19, campus bus service will be reduced through the remainder of the spring semester.

The transition — which mirrors the university’s standard transition to a summer bus schedule — will reduce the number of buses operating on StarTran routes 24 and 25, coupled with the temporary suspension of routes 22 and 23.

Buses on routes 24 and 25 will arrive at 20-minute intervals at all campus bus stops. Since route 22 will not be in operation, vehicles with perimeter (purple) permits should park in the R01 (blue) permit lot north of the Harper-Schramm-Smith Residence Hall Complex.

Learn more about City and East campus bus options, including complete route and schedule information.

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