CAMBUS service adjustments for Hawkeye Parking Lot beginning March 24, 2020
March 23, 2020
CAMBUS will reduce service during the AM and PM peak to Hawkeye Parking Lot beginning Tuesday, March 24 to allocate additional service to Parking Lot 65, Finkbine Commuter and Parking Lot 75, Arena. One Hawk-Lot Hospital bus will be reallocated to further increase Hospital Finkbine Arena service in the interest of social distancing. Departures from Hawkeye Parking Lot during midday do not change.
Parking Lot 85, Hawkeye Commuter permit holders are re-assigned to Parking Lot 65, Finkbine Commuter to fully utilize available parking space closest to UI Hospitals & Clinics in response to COVID-19. Riders are strongly encouraged to use the mobile app, Transit, for live tracking, departure predictions, and notifications.
In response to COVID-19, CAMBUS evaluates daily boarding numbers at commuter parking lots by departure and will quickly implement changes as needed. If riding the bus, make efforts to practice social distancing as much as possible and use everyday preventative actions identified by the CDC. Buses are cleaned twice a day with an EPA approved cleaner effective against COVID-19. CAMBUS also completed an intensive deep cleaning each week.
Hawkeye scheduled departures beginning March 24, 2020
|AM service to WCTC|
|Depart Hawk Lot||Arrive WCTC||Route|
|6:57||Goes to Newton Road||Hawk Express|
|7:37||Goes to Newton Road||Hawk Express|
|8:17||Goes to Newton Road||Hawk Express|
|8:57||Goes to Newton Road||Hawk Express|
|9:37||Goes to Newton Road||Hawk Express|
|Midday CAMBUS to Hawkeye Parking Lot service does not change at this time|
|PM service from WCTC to Hawkeye|
|Depart WCTC||Arrive Hawk Lot||Route|
For questions about CAMBUS service, please call the dispatcher at 319-335-8633 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Riders are encouraged to use the mobile app, Transit, for live bus tracking, trip-planning, and real-time departure predictions.
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
Parking and Transportation’s operations are focused on supporting the critical operations of UI Hospitals & Clinics and the university. The department will continue to evaluate and modify processes and operations in coordination with University of Iowa Critical Incident Management team and public health officials. Operations may quickly be adjusted in response to COVID-19.
Up to date information regarding the university's preparation and response to COVID-19 is available at coronavirus.uiowa.edu.