Service Advisories

Delays and changes to normal operations sometimes become necessary due to road construction, severe weather, and other factors.

Whenever possible we will try to post information on our website about changes that affect our services.



Delays due to construction at O’Hare Airport
Madison, Wisconsin-UW Memorial Union Location Change
Madison, Wisconsin-Dutch Mill Park & Ride Location
Delays due to I-90 widening project


Delays due to construction at O’Hare Airport
Message: Due to a reconstruction project on the upper level roadways at O'Hare, buses will not be allowed to drop off at the departures curb at O'Hare Airport as usual. Beginning May 1, 2015, all passengers arriving at domestic terminals 1, 2 or 3 will be dropped off at the O'Hare Bus Shuttle Center instead of each individual terminal. Passengers should allow extra time to get from our temporary drop off location to the ticketing/check-in counter of their airline. Service to international terminal 5 will remain unchanged.
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Madison, Wisconsin-UW Memorial Union Location Change
Message: Due to long-term construction activities, the current pickup and drop off for the UW Madison location is 800 University Avenue, near the Chazen Museum. Buses load along the sidewalk on University Avenue between Lake and Park Streets. Service at the Dutch Mill Park & Ride location will be unaffected.
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Madison, Wisconsin-Dutch Mill Park & Ride Location
Message: Please note the new boarding location at the Dutch Mill Park & Ride facility. Buses load from shelters along Broadway, directly in front of the Arby's/Phillips 66 Station. This is immediately west of our former location. Limited free parking is available up to 7 days.
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Delays due to I-90 widening project
Message: Please allow extra travel time due to an extensive road construction project on Interstate 90 between Madison and Beloit, WI, and a separate project near Elgin, Illinois. Travel times can be inconsistent, and arrival times may be affected as a result. We are experiencing usually only minor delays, but significant delays are also possible when major events occur. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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