Spring 2023 Weekday Shuttle Service

Service Hours Mon – Thurs Service Hours Friday Service Hours Sat Service Hours Sun Arrival Intervals On Peak Arrival Intervals Off Peak* Service to
Blue 7AM –  7 PM and 10 PM – 12AM 7AM – 7PM ——- ——- 10 minutes 20 minutes Charter Oak
Red 7AM – 12AM 7AM – 10PM ——- ——- 30 minutes 40 minutes Hilltop, Mansfield Apartments, Lot I
Yellow 7AM – 12AM 7AM – 10PM ——- ——- 15 minutes 30 minutes Lot W, Towers, Horsebarn Hill
Orange 7AM – 12AM 7AM – 12AM ——- ——- 15 minutes 15 minutes Central Campus
Purple 7AM – 7PM 7AM – 7PM ——- ——- 20 minutes 20 minutes Lot K
Silver 7AM – 12AM 7AM – 10PM ——- ——- 20 minutes 35 minutes Northwood, Lot F, Downtown
Hunting Lodge** 7AM – 12AM 7AM – 10PM ——- ——- 45 minutes 45 minutes Hunting Lodge Road & Downtown
Hunting Lodge / Depot 8AM – 7PM 8AM – 7PM ——- ——- 60 minutes ————– Depot, Lot J
Hunting Lodge (No Depot) 7PM – 12AM 7PM – 10PM ——- ——- 45 minutes 45 minutes Hunting Lodge Road
Blue / Parking Express 7PM – 10PM 7PM – 10PM ——- ——- ————— 30 minutes Lots C, F, J, K
Weekend 1 & 2 Campus Loop 1 & Campus Loop 2 ————— 10PM – 1AM 11AM – 1AM 11AM – 7PM ————— 40 minutes

*Off Peak = Weekday service hours before 8AM and after 7PM

**Hunting Lodge = Hunting Lodge buses will not be running during the Christmas Break (12/19/2022 – 01/16/2023)


See Something Say Something

Join hand with the ‘Department of Homeland Security’ to keep America Safe!

“If You See Something, Say Something” is more than a slogan! It’s about us, our loved ones, our communities. To make our community safer and to empower each other to do their parts, please give a hand in the campaign “If You See Something, Say Something®”

This is a national campaign that raises public awareness of the indicators of terrorism and terrorism-related crime, as well as the importance of reporting suspicious activity to state and local law enforcement. The campaign has worked with state and local officials to determine the most appropriate reporting numbers to appear on materials, which connect to a state fusion centers or state/local law enforcement. The goal is to create a singular reporting mechanism, so citizens are seeing consistent messaging on where to report suspicious activity and to ensure that those suspicious activity reports are being received, analyzed, and shared by the necessary law enforcement officials.

Special Thanks to DHS for coming up with this campaign to secure the nation more than before!

For more details visit the campaign’s website https://www.dhs.gov/SeeSayDay
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