Campus shuttles are an important part of university transportation systems, and play a vital role in ensuring student transportation safety. They are frequently operated by the university itself or by a contracted end-to-end shuttle provider, like DPV Transportation.
Most campus shuttles follow a fixed-route, making stops at important locations like libraries, sports centers, student centers, campuses, parking lots, residences and dormitories. Some providers also offer express routes with fewer stops. Shuttle buses are the universities internal transit system.
Private shuttles for college campuses are typically run on a fixed schedule and routes that are customized to fit each university’s requirements. In some cases, based on university guidelines. Student and employee passengers may need to show an ID card to ride the shuttle bus.
Each shuttle is operated by courteous and highly trained chauffeurs that will ensure an enjoyable ride and that they run on time.