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: https://transportation.uiowa.edu/ragbrai_cambus
More information about RAGBRAI activities are available online:
RAGBRAI riders and visitors
CAMBUS services are no-fare and open to the public. The transit system is a great way to see and travel the beautiful University of Iowa campus. A complete listing of our routes are available on our website and maps are available on the Bongo webpage or app. Visit https://bongo.org/ for more information about the area's GPS-based, real-time passenger information system.
CAMBUS is the University of Iowa’s student-operated, no-fare public transit system that provides fixed-route service throughout campus and demand-response paratransit services for qualifying persons. CAMBUS works in collaboration with other Parking and Transportation Department units to provide and support access and mobility for students, faculty, staff, patients, and visitors.