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  • Parking & Transportation – Update Fall 2018

    September 2, 2018
    Transportation Update – Fall Semester 2018 Due to construction in the NWQ that has proved more complex than originally anticipated, the upper two floors will remain closed until mid-October of this year. The bottom three floors of the NWQ garage will be open, but there will be 275 fewer spaces at the start of the semester, ...
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  • U-PASS Update

    August 28, 2018
    As of August 27, the U-PASS for Fall ’18 has been activated and Summer ’18 has been deactivated. Please remember that the U-PASS is registered to individual users and may not be shared. It will be active during semesters in which the student is paying segregated fees, and it will deactivate if money ...
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  • Be On the Safe Side and Off-Campus Shuttle Update

    August 27, 2018
    Be On the Safe Side and the Off-Campus Shuttle will continue to observe summer hours through September 2. Beginning September 4, regular hours will go into effect. B.O.S.S. and the Off-Campus Shuttle are CLOSED on September 3 in observance of Labor Day. See below for the hours: B.O.S.S. Hours May 29 – September ...
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  • Prowl Line Update

    August 27, 2018
    The Prowl Line will begin the Residence Hall Route on Tuesday, August 28. The Residence Hall Route will run every 10-15 minutes on a continuous loop. There is no service to the Capitol/Humboldt Upark until Tuesday, September 4. See the map below: Prowl-Line-Map Special Back to School Hours (no service to Upark): Tuesday, August 28 ...
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  • GoldLine Route Change

    July 31, 2018
    Starting Sunday, August 26th, the GoldLine will have a simplified routing after its layover on northbound Maryland, north of Hartford. After the layover, GoldLine will continue north to Edgewood, east on Edgewood to Downer, south on Downer and off campus. It will no longer return through campus via west on Hartford, south on ...
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  • Parking Alternatives

    May 18, 2018
    There are many alternative ways to get to UWM through busing, carpool, walking or biking. Several bus routes from around the city travel directly to campus. Plan your MCTS ride using the Bus Trip Planner. Think you live too far away to bike? Take a look at this Distance Map and ...
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