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Today Friday January 30th there will be delays in the transit system due to road work on Evans Blvd. This will cause delays throughout the day. We apologize for any inconviences.
Starting today Monday January 12th. Both the 90 and 91 bus routes have changed. Each route will access the campus via the new Tunnel on Wards road. Their first pickup/drop off will be at the Keyhole bus stop. If you have classes in the Music/Science area this would be the bus stop to use. The next pickup/drop off will be at the Liberty Bell bus stop. If you have classes at DeMoss Hall this is the stop you will need to use from now on. It is not a timed stop, but both routes will be stopping here throughout the day. The last stop on campus will be Green Hall. This is a timed stop on campus and you can refer to the bus schedules located on the transit website for more information. Once the pickup/drop off is made at Green Hall both routes will exit the campus and return to their respective communities.
Transit Service Immediately Following Convocation -
During the first 15 minutes following convocation, route 71 and 72 buses will be used to get passengers to Green Hall. Routes 71 and 72 will resume normal operation 15 minutes following convocation dismissal. Route 73 will stage at the Liberty Bell stop and will also stop at Green Hall prior to returning to the Residential Annex.
Real Time Bus Tracking
Liberty University Transit Services is testing a real time GPS bus tracking system called Ride Systems. You can view the location and see estimated arrival times of Liberty operated buses on the web, your smartphone, or at information kiosks located in the Jerry Falwell Library. This service is currently not available for buses operated by GLTC.
Access the Ride Systems website or download the Ride Systems app for Android and iPhone devices through Google Play or iTunes. The Android/iPhone apps will require you to select Liberty University from a list of other clients.
If you have any questions or comments about this service, please do not hesitate to contact the Transit Department.
Liberty University Transit Services provides the intra campus circulator and connector shuttles, city and commuter bus service, and regional/charter bus services for the students, faculty, staff, and sanctioned events of Liberty University. Intra campus and city services are provided through both Liberty University owned and operated buses as well as contracted services from the Greater Lynchburg Transit Company. Over 25 buses operate 9 routes and services are available about 150 hours a week.
Airport and AMTRAK/Greyhound Service Reservations
Shuttle service to and from the Lynchburg Regional Airport, Kemper Street AMTRAK/Greyhound Station, and Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport is available through web reservation.
View the LUPD Carpool Program page to access the carpool program application, and for more information about the program.