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Lot 56 Has Small Construction Project
Beginning on Wednesday, Sept. 19, the west end of West Ladyback Drive will be closed so that work can be completed on a new bus stop on the north part of the lot.
Bus Routes Modified to Meet Passenger Needs
Arkansas Transit began the week of Sept. 10-14 with modifications in routes 17 and 21, and some slight changes are now being implemented in route 44 as well.
2018-19 Safe Ride Operating Hours
Safe Ride can be used for any uncomfortable or inconvenient situation such as an uncomfortable date, keys locked in car, stranded at an undesirable location, car trouble, fatigue or a sober ride home.
Transit and Parking Monitors First Days of School
No major problems reported, and congestion usually eases after Labor Day. Remote Lot 99 on Beechwood Avenue is an inexpensive option for parking.
Improved Bus Options Begin on Aug. 20
Razorback Transit and Ozark Regional Transit will collaborate to provide improved free transportation options in Fayetteville.
Traffic Will Be Re-Routed as Dickson Intersection Gets Facelift
Improvements will soon begin at the intersection of West Dickson Street and Arkansas Avenue that will require motorists to avoid the area.
Maple Will Have Traffic Detour
A utility construction project on the University of Arkansas campus will require the closure of a section of Maple Street between Oakland Avenue and Storer Avenue from June 4-8.
Razorback Transit modifies green reduced route to help commuters
Razorback Transit Summer Service for Parking Lots
With summer construction projects planned, Razorback Transit will provide routes to get employees and students from parking to various parts of campus.
Transit and Parking Looks at Options in Communicating
Transit and Parking department looks at survey results regarding email, social media, texting and traditional phone calls to share updates.