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On Saturday June 15th, the Baltimore Pride Parade will close Charles Street between 23rd and 33rd Streets. Homewood-Peabody-JHMI service will operate on its normal Saturday schedule, but the northbound stops at 27th and 29th streets will be inaccessible until approximately 4pm. Passengers may use the southbound stops to access those locations. Expect possible delays throughout the day.
The Baltimore Ten-Miler running event will be held on Saturday, June 1st, and the course will cross through Charles Village.  Service on the Homewood-Peabody-JHMI route will not operate in the early morning hours.  It will commence with the 955am Northbound departure leaving JHMI, and the 1020am Southbound departure from Interfaith Center.
A road closure of 33rd Street between Charles and St Paul Streets is affecting our Keswick-Homewood-Eastern-JHMI route. Shuttles will be unable to service the stop at Charles Commons until the closure is lifted.
Please be reminded that in observance of the Memorial Day holiday, there will be NO service on ANY of Transportation Service's daytime or evening bus and shuttle routes and services on Monday, May 27th, 2019.  Normal service will resume on Tuesday the 28th.
Portions of Charles Street will be closed during the annual Mount Vernon Place Conservancy Flower Mart festival.  Starting at 3pm on Thursday May 2nd, and continuing through end-of-service on Sunday May 5th, the bus stop at Peabody Northbound will be relocated to the corner of Monument and Calvert Streets, two blocks east of its usual location.  Service will return to normal operation on Monday, May 6th.
Due to JHU Spring Fair activity, the evening Blue Jay Shuttle stop at Brody Learning Commons will be relocated temporarily to the rear of Shriver Hall.  This affects service on the Blue, Pink, and Brody Shuffle service starting Thursday, April 25th and continuing through Sunday, April 28th.  Additionally, the Bayview Shuttle stop at Milton S. Eisenhower Library will be relocated to southbound Charles Street prior to the East Gate Circle entrance on Friday, April 26th.  Normal service for all of the aforementioned will resume on Monday, April 29th.
In honor of Earth Month, Zipcar is providing two offers to students, faculty, and staff, to give them access to a more sustainable mode of vehicle transportation.  New members may join for $15 and receive $15 in free driving, by visiting http://zipcar.com/universities and using the promo code JOINSPRING2019.  Current members may receive $15 in free driving by visiting http://zipcar.com/gift and using the promo code ZIPSPRING2019.  More information including terms and conditions are available by visiting http://ts.jhu.edu/Services/ZipCar/.

A new revision of the Homewood-Peabody-JHMI bus schedule has started this week. This update should vastly improve overall schedule reliability, compared to the version that began on January 28th. Although the earlier version addressed some inconsistencies and inefficiencies that existed previously, it introduced some new timing issues, which this version corrects. You can see the new schedule at https://ts.jhu.edu/Shuttles/. Schedule adherence will never be perfect, but, this version should be vastly more reliable than the one from earlier this Spring.

Rider feedback over the past few weeks has been instrumental in highlighting the areas most in need of improvement. We always welcome feedback to shuttles@jhu.edu, via the Mystery Rider Feedback Form on the Transportation Services website (http://ts.jhu.edu/Shuttles/MysteryRiderFeedback), or the feedback option within the TransLoc Rider app.

On Monday, March 25th, a new revision of the Homewood-Peabody-JHMI bus schedule will take effect.  This update adds and reallocates resources in a manner which should vastly improve overall schedule reliability over the version that took effect on January 28th.  The January version did address some inconsistency and inefficiency with the previous schedule, but, it introduced some new timing issues.  Your feedback over the last few weeks has been instrumental in highlighting the areas most in need of improvement.

The Baltimore Collegetown Network is looking for feedback on its Collegetown Shuttle, which connects Johns Hopkins, Morgan State, Loyola, Notre Dame, Towson, and Goucher and some area transit and shopping hubs. Information on the bus can be found here (http://baltimorecollegetown.org/shuttle/index.html). Whether or not you currently utilize the service, the survey may be found here (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CollegetownShuttle). The Baltimore Collegetown Network appreciates your feedback!
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Baltimore, MD 21218
410.516.PARK (7275)
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