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Transportation

Forget the car. Bike, walk or take the bus. Conventional transportation systems are major contributors to local pollution and global climate change. Our university has created a comprehensive Green Campus Transportation Plan to reduce automobile trips to campus by 20 percent.

Resources That UWO Offers

 

Why to NOT Drive/Bring a Car

There are resources on campus that you can use to minimize your carbon footprint.  Not only can you produce less carbon dioxide you can save money if you use these resources.

How?  Using a car pool system or public bus system cuts down on various costs.  Using a bike cuts even more emissions and money!

Why?  Owning a car is very expensive.  For example, here are some costs that are affiliated with owning a car and bringing it to campus are, obtaining:  car insurance, driving license, car maintenance (oil changes, tire rotations, ect.), repairs, parking pass, taxes, loans, fees, and fuel costs.

Bikes

Bike Bash 2011

The Student Recreation and Wellness Center maintains a bike repair shop and hires students to assist with repairs. Stop by the SRWC if your bike is in need of repairs, upgrades and more.

University of Oshkosh Bus Service

Free Oshkosh city bus rides are available to all UW Oshkosh faculty, staff and students by presenting your TitanCard upon boarding . The service is provided Monday through Saturday 6:15 a.m.–6:15 p.m. or later (depending on the route). Please check the GO Transit route schedule. You can obtain Oshkosh Transit System route maps at Parking Services or at the Reeve Memorial Union information office.

We have many bus stops on or near campus, which include the following:

Algoma Boulevard in front of Albee Hall
Algoma Boulevard at Woodland Avenue
High Avenue between Sage Hall & Kolf Sports Center
High Avenue between Kolf and the Parking Ramp
High Avenue at Osceola Street


To download a map or for more information, visit Go Transit.

Titan Transit

Titan Transit provides extended-hours service, during the academic year, after city bus lines stop running for the night. This service is free for UW Oshkosh students, faculty and staff with a TitanCard.

Evening Route run 6-10 p.m. Monday-Saturday

This route runs from campus to the west side of town, along the frontage roads and back.

People not affiliated with the University can ride the above routes for a $1 fare.

Late Night Route runs 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. Thursday-Saturday

This route runs through campus and north side off-campus housing, to downtown and back.

Titan Transit Late Night Route is free to all riders.

To download a map or for more information, please visit Titan Transit.

UW Oshkosh Zimride Rideshare Community

UW Oshkosh’s Zimride Community, our social network for ridesharing, is a new, fun and easy way to coordinate your daily commute with friends and colleagues. Whether you want to be a driver or a passenger, UW Oshkosh’s private carpool network helps you match up with UW Oshkosh students, staff and faculty to split costs.

Membership is free and easy. All UW Oshkosh students, staff and faculty are eligible to sign up for our private Zimride Rideshare Community athttp://zimride.uwosh.edu.

You save money, protect the environment and have more fun when you ride.

Ride your Bike, Moped, or Motorcycle

We have many bike racks located throughout campus. For information about bicycle theft prevention, please contact the University Police at 920-424-1216.

You can park your motorcycle or moped on campus with a valid Motorcycle/Moped permit displayed. Motorcycles/mopeds must be parked only in designated areas, not in regular car stalls. With a valid permit, motorcycle parking areas are available in lots 6a, 7, 11, 13, 18, 23, 25, South Gruenhagen area and the High Avenue parking ramp. These spaces are not available between Nov. 15 and April 15.

Mopeds may be parked in approved bicycle racks for security purposes, but they still must properly display valid motorcycle parking permits.  Mopeds may not be driven on sidewalks; walk mopeds to a bicycle rack.  Driving on a sidewalk is in violation of Wisconsin State Statute 346.94, and such a violation would result in a fine and points against your driver’s license.

Please see the parking map for lot locations.

by Reineck, Allison A last modified Aug 26, 2014 03:17 PM

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