WSU Shuttle System adds new stops for 2014-15
Jul 17, 2014 10:00 AM | Print
The WSU Shuttle System will feature four new main campus stops for the 2014-15 school year, offering more options for parking and getting around campus quickly and comfortably.
The shuttle service will again run two routes, the Metroplex Route (formerly the Metropolitan Complex Route), which serves satellite parking at the Hughes Metropolitan Complex at 29th and Oliver; and the Campus Route (formerly the Housing Route), which runs a loop of the main campus.
The new stops are:
Pending final agreement, a fifth new stop will be established on the Metroplex Route at a potential new satellite parking lot at 21st and Oliver.
WSU Shuttle System buses only run on weekdays when classes are in session. No buses will run on weekends, holidays, when the university is closed for inclement weather or during summer classes.
For detailed information about WSU Shuttle System routes, system maps and feedback, go to wichita.edu/shuttle.
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