Alternative Transportation Options
Colts Bus Services: University of Scranton Partnership with County of Lackawanna Transit System
The University of Scranton has contracted with the County of Lackawanna Transit System (COLTS) to give students, faculty and staff access to all 31 COLTS routes. Through the COLTS Campus Connections service, members of the University community are able to ride all COLTS buses free with their Royal Cards. The extensive COLTS network gives our campus community access to shopping, dining, entertainment, attractions and other area colleges. It also provides transportation options for internships, community service and employment. COLTS buses run Monday-Saturday. There are no services on Sundays. Visit: www.scranton.edu/transportation or ColtsBusServices for more information and schedules.
COLTS Bus Launches New App
COLTS Transit System of Lackawanna County has just released a new application for iPhone and Android phones called myStop. This app provides on-the-go real-time information to pinpoint every bus?s exact location. Through this, the user can view departure times, plan trips, and set e-mail or text alerts for bus departure and service announcements. For more information, check out the COLTS bus website here: http://www.coltsbus.com.
Martz Bus Run
Royal Ride Services
The Royal Ride: The Royal Ride is a service provided by University Police on Thursday 10 pm to 1 am and Friday & Saturday from 10 pm to 3 am, while the University is in session. The Royal Ride follows a set route around campus. Simply wait at the nearest stop for a ride. The Royal Ride only stops at designated pick up and drop off points around campus. Visit: UPD Royal Ride for more information and a listing and map of designated stops.
Bike Scranton is a free cooperative program between the University of Scranton Office of Sustainability, and the Lackawanna Valley Heritage Authority. All University of Scranton students, faculty, and staff as well as Lackawanna County Library System cardholders will be permitted to check out a bicycle as long as they are at least 18 years of age. Each bicycle comes with a lock and an adjustable helmet upon checkout. The borrowing period for each bicycle is unlimited, but all bicycles must be returned before the library closes. Soon there will be 3 more bikes available, for a total of 6.For more information please visit: Bike Scranton
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