Closures are planned for the bus stop in front of Van Hise Hall due to construction. Metro routes 28, 38, 65, 80 and 84 will be affected. Those who need assistance with drop-off or pick-up near Van Hise Hall are encouraged to schedule rides with the UW accessible shuttle during the closures.
Thanks to a student-led collaboration, state-of-the-art solar panels provide power for real-time bus arrival displays and lights at campus bus shelters. The arrival displays and lights improve safety and efficiency for the campus bus system.
Madison Metro has adjusted its redesigned system of bus schedules based on passenger feedback. The new system may be easier to use for some UW community members. All passengers (and potential passengers!) should check their routes before returning to campus for the new semester.
Results of the 2023 Biennial Transportation Survey are now available on the Transportation Services website. Survey results show which transportation modes students and employees use to get to and from campus.
Find out what bike events are happening on and near campus during June bike week, and take advantage of a free class and DIY repair space at the University Bicycle Resource Center.
Madison Metro will launch a completely new system of bus routes, stops, and schedules June 11, 2023. UW Madison campus community members are encouraged to check mymetrobus.com to learn how the new system will impact individual commutes.
Explore new routes to campus with Transportation Services commuter benefits for riding the bus, bicycling, carpooling, and more. Reminder to check mymetrobus.com to see how city bus routes will change on June 11.
The RoundTrip program of the Greater Madison MPO has upgraded their online platform to help local commuters connect with convenient alternatives to driving alone. The new platform features a private UW-Madison RoundTrip network for employees and students.