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CAMBUS honors Camille M. with IPTA Driver of the Year award August 8, 2018 CAMBUS announces Camille M. as the CAMBUS Driver of the Year 2017 – 2018. The Iowa Public Transit Association award honors transit drivers across the state who are committed to providing safe and friendly service. The award was received at the IPTA annual summer conference. Details about the award can be... Continue Reading
Published On: August 08, 2018
Several CAMBUS routes impacted by RAGBRAI in Iowa City July 24, 2018 An estimated 12,000 RAGBRAI riders will be in Iowa City Friday, July 27, for an overnight stop. Several routes will be modified due to road closures and several stops will be closed on Friday, July 27.  Details about service changes are available on the RAGBRAI alert page: ... Continue Reading
Published On: July 24, 2018
Carver Hawkeye Arena, Kinnick Stadium, and Pentacrest hosting events weekend of April 27 April 25, 2017 The many entertainment and active-lifestyle events hosted in Iowa City and at the University of Iowa continue to make the community an ideal community to live, work, and study. The weekend of April 27 several events will be hosted in and around the campus. Traffic may be heavy... Continue Reading
Published On: April 25, 2018
Earth Month Bike Challenge 2018 April 5, 2018 As part of Earth Month 2018, the Office of Sustainability invites you to take its annual Bike Challenge. Now in its sixth year, the challenge encourages biking as a healthy, fun, and environmentally-friendly transportation mode. By registering and logging your rides individually or as a team, you can win prizes like a bicycle gear or gift cards.... Continue Reading
Published On: April 05, 2018
Winter Warrior Bike Challenge November 20, 2017 Even though the weather is getting colder, there's no need to put your bicycle in the basement or garage. With a little preparation, you can join the many University of Iowa faculty, staff, and students who bike year-round. To encourage and reward winter biking, the Office of Sustainability and campus partners are again presenting the Winter... Continue Reading
Published On: November 20, 2017
Kinnick Stadium North End Zone project traffic and transit impacts November 19, 2017 Renovation will begin on Kinnick Stadium’s North End Zone Sunday, November 19 and is scheduled to last until the summer of 2019. Construction will affect nearby streets, pedestrian routes, and CAMBUS service. Traffic The Kinnick Stadium north end zone project requires closing... Continue Reading
Published On: November 20, 2017
Bicycle Friendly status awarded to University of Iowa, 2017 - 2021 November 9, 2017 The League of American Bicyclists recognized the University of Iowa for the second time with a Silver Bicycle Friendly University (BFU) award. The University of Iowa is the only university in Iowa to earn the Bicycle Friendly University designation. With the announcement of 46 new and renewing BFUs, the... Continue Reading
Published On: November 10, 2017
UI RideShare Network celebrates first birthday October 20, 2017 Commuter Program celebrated the first birthday of the UI Rideshare Network on Friday, October 20. Just over 950 members joined during the first year and 9,500 requests were made to “find match”. In the past 30 days, 53 new accounts were created and 642 “find match” requests were made. The program is a tool that adds to our existing... Continue Reading
Published On: October 31, 2017
Call-In Program improved for employee parking permits October 25, 2017   University of Iowa Parking Services offers a courtesy program for permit holders who forgot to display their parking permit – the “Call-In” program. Thanks to an update and collaboration with university Information Technology Services, permit holders can now easily use an online application to submit a call-in to our... Continue Reading
Published On: October 25, 2017
Iowa City seeks upgrade of its Bike Friendly Community status September 26, 2017 The League of American Bicyclists is currently reviewing the Iowa City application to renew its "Bike Friendly Community" status. Currently designated as silver, the city is hoping to achieve gold status. Community members are asked to participate in a brief online survey to better understand local bicyclists'... Continue Reading
Published On: September 26, 2017

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