The Wisconsin Ironman event is Sunday, Sept. 10 and consists of routes traveling through the Madison area and UW–Madison campus. The marathon course passes through much of campus and will cause detours and delays. Runners are anticipated on the course from 11 a.m. to midnight.
To help alleviate campus bus crowding, a supplemental Route 80 shuttle will operate weekdays during the spring semester. The shuttle will arrive approximately every 20 minutes at Route 80 bus stops along the central campus loop; it does not serve Eagle Heights.
Legal holidays from late December through mid-January will cause Transportation Services office closures, reduced Madison Metro Transit service, and other service reductions.
Madison Metro is holding a virtual public meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, November 9 to discuss the final details related to the June 2023 service redesign. Bus service changes may impact how students, employees, faculty, and visitors get to and from campus.
Expect detours and delays on campus and in the Madison area on Sunday, Sept. 11 for Ironman Wisconsin. The marathon route impacts several campus roads between 11 a.m. and midnight.
Upcoming legal holidays will cause Transportation Services office closures, reduced Metro Transit service, and other service reductions.
Metro Transit is again asking for community feedback as they move into Phase 2 of Madison’s bus network redesign. The latest survey asks for input on two network alternatives. Be sure to share your thoughts!
Expect detours and delays on campus and in the Madison area on Sunday, Sept. 12 for Ironman Wisconsin. The marathon route impacts several campus roads between 11:30 a.m. and midnight.
Metro Transit is starting a process to redesign Madison’s bus network to better meet the needs of residents and businesses. Community feedback is needed–be sure to share your thoughts!
The winter holidays in December and January will close Transportation Services offices and operations and affect Metro Transit bus service.