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Part of Daily Routine Keeps Razorback Transit Buses Safe and Sanitary
Buses are cleaned each night when they come in, and sanitation efforts are a part of this.
Razorback Transit's Route 22 Is New This Semester
The new Route 22 covers an area north of campus along Leverett Avenue. Transit and Parking has also added a new sheltered bus stop across from Adohi Hall.
Transit and Parking Is Hosting a Campus Food Drive
Transit and Parking is taking the lead on a November and December food drive and is setting up sites on campus to collect items, starting on Monday, Nov. 18.
Transit and Parking Helps With Classroom Endeavors
Numerous students seek information from Transit and Parking for classroom assignments in engineering or stories destined for student media on campus.
Recognition For Razorback Transit
Razorback Transit received an Excellence in Grant Management Award during the Arkansas Public Transportation Conference on Oct. 8 in North Little Rock.
Transportation Survey Indicates Big Shift Away From Driving
The number of drive-alone commuters has dropped significantly while the number of faculty, staff and students who walk, bicycle or ride transits has grown.
U of A Hosts Natural Gas Tabletop Exercise With Emergency Responders
The University of Arkansas Facilities Management Department hosted a natural gas tabletop exercise this month as part of its campus safety outreach.
Transit and Parking Reminders for Campus at the Approach of the First Day of Classes
This checklist will help you with campus transportation needs at the beginning of the semester and throughout the year.
New Parking Map Shows Changes Made This Summer
New parking has been added in a variety of places for students, faculty and staff. A permit for Lot 99, the remote parking area, is only $25.70 for the school year.
More People and Cars are Returning to Campus -- and Looking for a Place to Park
A patient approach will help in the days before and after the start of classes.