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Accessible Shuttles for Individuals with Disabilities: Paratransit
Download the TransLoc app for the easiest way to track your bus to track your bus in-real time right from your phone!
NOTE: The shuttles will only stop when a passenger is waiting to board or a stop has
been requested. Riders on all fixed-route buses will now be asked to request their
stop by pulling the yellow cord in each bus thirty seconds before they would like
Express departs every 10 minues
Academic Year Hours: 6:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Summer: No service to Classroom Building, Science Initiative, or Anthropology during summer
The Express shuttle services the South (15th and Spring Creek) and East (30th and Willet) Park 'N Ride lots and the Union. This shuttle also services the Classroom Building, Science Intitiative, and George C. Frison Building (Anthropology) stops, as well as the Arena Auditorium and Animal Science Stops.
Route end times may vary, shuttle service to some stops end slightly before 6:30 p.m. Last southbound departure from the Wyoming Union is at 6:20 p.m.
Please notice the Express shuttle experiences high rider volume at the East Park 'N
Ride lot from 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. We add overflow buses during this time to accommodate,
but we recommend getting to the stop early to get where you are going on time.
Link departs every 20 minues
Hours: 6:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Route end times may vary, shuttle service to some stops may end slightly before 6:30
p.m. Please see 20 minute schedule above for final leave times.
Note: There is a layover at Walmart, passengers may be asked to disembark the bus during a layover, new passengers may be asked to not board the bus during a layover.
Academic Year Hours: 6:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Summer Hours: No service during summer
The Evening shuttle services the East (30th and Willet) Park 'N Ride lot, the Ivinson Parking Garage, and the Union. This shuttle makes stops at the Arena Auditorium and Animal Science Stops.
Download the "TransLoc" App: Allow the app to find your location and the University of Wyoming will automatically generate
Track Your Bus: Find current fixed-route bus locations and get estimated arrival times
Enjoy the Ride!
All of our fixed route shuttle buses are lift-equipped, and all of our drivers are trained in using the lift to assist passengers on and off our buses. The shuttle system is accessed most easily from the shuttle lot located at 30th Street and Willett Drive; there are many accessible spaces available in these parking lots.
A paratransit service is available to individuals that are unable to ride the fixed route due to a disability.
SafeRide is an on-call public transportation service that operates late nights and weekends to offer safe rides anywhere in Laramie city limits! Rides are fare free and open to the public. More information on SafeRide.
Please obey the following rules to ensure the safety of all riders and drivers. Any personal care attendants or companions traveling with a rider must also follow the rules. The Rider Code of Conduct includes, but is not limited to:
Arrive at bus stops on time: UW buses operate on a schedule. Drivers cannot wait for passengers to arrive or stop for passengers who are not at a designated bus stop.
Do not chase buses: Chasing buses is unsafe, and bus drivers cannot stop once they have left the bus stop.
Layovers: Passengers may be asked to disembark the bus during a layover, new passengers may be asked to not board the bus during a layover.
Do not distract the bus driver or bother others: Interfering with the safe operation of a transit vehicle can be hazardous to everyone on board. Please refrain from talking or engaging with the bus driver while the bus is in motion.
No Smoking: UW Buses are required to be smoke free. See UW Regulation 6-6 for more details
Personal Hygiene: Riders shall maintain appropriate and reasonable personal hygiene/body odor. – Clothing: Appropriate clothing (i.e., shirts, shoes, etc.) must be always worn
Disruptive Behavior: Riders must maintain appropriate social behavior while interacting with drivers and other passengers. Riders may not physically abuse or threaten others. Obscene language or actions will not be tolerated. All body parts must be always kept inside the UW buses. No playing of radios, CD players, or other noisy equipment (without headphones) on the UW buses.
Children: Parents must control children and ensure that they are seated.
Service Animals: No petting guide dogs or service animals without the permission from the owner.
Littering: No littering or throwing objects from the UW buses.
Equipment: No operating or tampering with any vehicle or driver equipment.
Departing the Bus: Riders must depart UW buses upon demand of a driver or any other UW Transportation Services Representative. When departing the bus, be sure to take all belongings. UW is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged items.
Keep it clean: Respect those who ride after you. Please keep feet off the seats and remove your trash when you leave.
Lost and Found: It is UW Transportation Services policy that all lost and found items found on buses are turned into UWPD every day.
Strollers and Car Seats: Collapsible strollers are allowed on UW buses. Passengers with strollers must remove the child and collapse the stroller on board the vehicle. Strollers and empty carts must be properly folded and stored as to not impede the free movement of passengers or the driver in the aisle, doors, or emergency exits and must not present a potential hazard or danger to riders.
Most UW buses are not equipped with seat belts and car seats cannot be restrained properly. It is recommended that passengers hold children tightly in their laps while traveling or use a front pack carrier.
Carry-On’s: Passengers should try to keep a carry-on limit of two (2) reasonable items. Carry-on items should cause minimal disturbance to other passengers and should not take up a large amount of space or block the aisle or seating of other passengers
The University is committed to equal opportunity for all persons in all facets of the University’s operations and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. The University will provide all applicants for admissions, employment and all University employees with equal opportunity without regard to race, gender, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, creed, ancestry, political belief, or any other applicable protected category or participation in any protected activity. The University ensures non-discriminatory practices in all matters relating to its education programs and activities and extends the same non-discriminatory practices to recruiting, hiring, training, compensation, benefits, promotions, demotions, transfers, and all other terms and conditions of employment.
To obtain more information on the University of Wyoming’s non-discrimination obligations or file a complaint, contact University of Wyoming, Office of Diversity and Employment Practices, Dept. 4307, 1000 E. University Ave., Laramie, WY 82072 (307) 766-3459. You may file a complaint no later than 180 calendar days after the date of the alleged discrimination.
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