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Titan Transit

Service Dates 2017-18Bus - 1


Brochure & Routes


An Oshkosh Student Association initiative, the late night service and extension of current city services, serve to provide students with a safe, convenient, cheaper and greener mode of transportation.  As the importance of safety on campuses nationwide increases, this program is one way that will assist students with their own safety, to and from campus.  Routes are designed to focus on the campus and the needs of the students, whether their destination is entertainment, employment, necessity, or academics,  This program will save the students money by offering a far cheaper alternative than using a personal vehicle.  As a university that is committed to the highest of green standards, this initiative aligns with our campus sustainability plan.

Lost & Found 

If you have lost anything on the bus, please contact OSA at (920) 424-3202.Bus 2

Disabled Services 

All buses are ADA compliant.

Catching the Bus 

Go to the street on which your bus operates, check the map for direction of travel and wait on the corner.  You do not have to wait at a bus stop sign.  When you see the bus coming, step up to the curb at the corner or bus sign and hail the bus by waving your hand.  Board, show your ID or pay your fare, and take a seat.  Be at the bus stop or corner a few minutes ahead of time of arrival.  If you are even a few seconds late, you may miss the bus.


Extended Evening Service

Available September-May 6:30 p.m.–10 p.m.

Free to UW Oshkosh faculty, staff and students with a valid Titancard ID.

 General Public pays:

Cash Fare (6 yrs. of age or over)          $1.00

Senior Fare (60 yrs. of age or over)       $ .50

Disabled customers                            $ .50

Children under 6 yrs. of age                  Free

Late Night Service

Available October - April 10 p.m.–3 a.m. ThursdaySaturday

Free to UW Oshkosh faculty, staff and students as well as the general public (no ID required). 

For questions or more information regarding Titan Transit, please call OSA at (920) 424-3202.

For more information on Go Transit, please visit:


Services provided by Kobussen Buses Ltd.  Paid for by Student Segregated Fees and supported by the Oshkosh Student Association (OSA), UW Oshkosh Parking Services and the City of Oshkosh Department of Transportation.


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