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UTSA shuttle service: Allow 30-45 minutes before start of class

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(Aug. 25, 2010)--Particularly at the beginning of the semester, UTSA shuttles will be full. And, unfortunately, some students waiting at shuttle stops may have to wait for the next shuttle. Peak traffic on and around the Main Campus is expected between 8:30 and 11 a.m., which will slow shuttle service.

Because of the traffic congestion, plan to arrive on campus and in parking lots with shuttle service 30-45 minutes before the start of class. By following this guideline, students should have no problem getting to class on time, even during peak periods.

This year, Transportation Services had to "tighten its belt" because the transportation services fee increase was not approved by students last spring. Because of this, providing additional shuttle service during the first weeks of the semester was not an option. Shuttle service was adjusted to offer the best level of service possible during peak periods.

For more information, e-mail or call 210-458-PARK.



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