The winter holidays in December and January will close Transportation Services offices and operations and affect Metro Transit bus service.
Certain permit requirements are waived in some surface lots on Friday, Nov. 27 due to Metro reduced service. Campus bus service will switch to recess service on Nov. 27, resuming standard service at the start of the spring semester.
Get an email about a UW-Madison transportation survey? Please take it! Those who respond help shape the future of the UW transportation system.
Fall round-up of construction information affecting campus transportation routes. This article will be updated as information becomes available.
Essential construction projects continue on campus. This article will be updated with project changes and new work as information becomes available.
Learn how payments for Transportation Services products (parking permits, bus passes, bike locker and cage rentals) are affected by reduced campus operations. Updated 9/25/20.
7/20/20: Now redirects to “Transportation Services Smart Restart Hub” for updates. \\ Transportation Services operational change updates (campus bus service, parking changes, shuttle service). Visit covid19.wisc.edu for the most up-to-date campus information.
Metro Transit and the City of Madison Transportation Commission will hold a public hearing on potential service updates, including changes to campus Routes 80, 81, 82 & 84. Event hosted downtown at the Madison Municipal Building at 6 p.m. March 11.
Updates on some ongoing projects affecting campus traffic flow–Dayton Street reopens Jan. 18 and reminder: eastbound traffic is closed between Charter and Park Streets.
Updates on some ongoing projects affecting campus traffic flow–eastbound traffic will close between Charter and Park Streets on Jan. 6.