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The Homewood campus roadway and parking lot connecting San Martin Drive to the Muller Deck parking area, consisting of the North Visitor Parking lot, Athletics Reserved Parking and ROTC parking areas will be closed for construction starting Saturday, May 7. Construction crews will be replacing the asphalt surface with repaving expected to be complete by Wednesday, May 11. Pedestrians will have to detour around the construction area and no vehicles will be permitted.

During this time, all North Surface Lot and ROTC permit-holders will be accommodated in the San Martin Garage, along with Faculty hang tag permit-holders. Athletics Reserved will be accommodated with access to the top level of the West Gate Garage (aka Hopkins Club Garage). Deliveries should be coordinated to other locations.

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During Flower Mart (Starting 9:00 AM Thursday April 28th thru Sunday May 1st), northbound Charles Street will be subject to closures and delays which will impact the northbound Homewood-Peabody-JHMI route. As a result:
• Stop #2 (Peabody Northbound) will be relocated to northbound Calvert Street prior to Madison Street
• This detour and stop relocation will remain in effect until Monday, May 2nd, at which time normal service will commence
Expect delays throughout the event. For immediate assistance, contact our Dispatch office at (410) 391-8700, #3

A second phase of the sidewalk construction near the Washington Street Garage bus stop has commenced. Keswick-Homewood-Eastern-JHMI shuttles will resume using the relocated bus stop at southbound Wolfe Street prior to McElderry Street, streetside near the Wolfe Street / Meyer Entrance Patient and Visitor Dropoff area. Shuttles will attempt to check the Garage stop to ensure no one is missed; but to ensure best service, riders should plan to use the Wolfe and McElderry location. We apologize for the confusion about the construction schedule. This will continue until further notice. Direct all inquiries to

Attention Homewood-Peabody-JHMI riders! For questions or concerns regarding timing and tracking, contact Academy's Dispatch line at (410) 391 8700, option #3. This will ensure you get instant and accurate answers, and will help Academy promptly identify and address any issues. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

Given the continued improvements in COVID trends and after consultation with university experts in public health and infectious disease, Johns Hopkins University has decided to relax its masking policy for vaccinated affiliates on university shuttles and buses, effective Tuesday, March 15.

Masking on university shuttle services will be optional for those who are vaccinated and boosted. Those who have been granted exceptions from the university's vaccination and/or booster mandate will still be required to wear masks on shuttles. A list of routes and services affected by this change is available on the Transportation Services website.

Health System shuttles will continue to require masking for all passengers until further notice.

Consistent, proper use of high-quality face masks is one of the most effective measures to limit the spread of COVID, and students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to continue masking if that makes them more comfortable and/or if they have particular circumstances that influence their personal risk tolerance.

The constuction project which had displaced the bus stop at Washington Street Garage has concluded.  Between now and March 25th, vans will stop at BOTH the regular and temporary locations (southbound Wolfe Street prior to McElderry Street, streetside near the Wolfe Street / Meyer Entrance Patient and Visitor Dropoff area).  Starting on March 28th, vans will stop ONLY at the REGULAR stop location at Washington Street Garage.  Direct all inquiries to

Due to the BCFD memorial, expect increased traffic and possible bus delays on Wednesday, February 2nd. Keswick Express trips, Homewood-Carey, and Homewood-Mt. Washington routes will be particularly affected.
On Monday, January 31st, a new version of the Spring 2022 timetable for the MSE-Film Centre/CVA route will go into effect.  The updated schedule will more closely align with the schedules for Film and Media and College of Visual Arts classes being held at the JHU-MICA Film Centre.  The new schedule is available at Direct all inquiries to
The Baltimore Collegetown Network, a non-profit consortium of 13 area colleges and universities, is hiring an intern to support the Collegetown Shuttle program to start in March 2022 with the possibility of extending through fall 2022.  This internship offers an opportunity to learn about transportation systems, student activities, marketing, data-based decision making and nonprofit operations.  The position is for 10 weekly hours at $15/hr, and will be conducted remotely.  Applicants must be a current undergraduate student at one of the network's member institutions, and apply by February 11th, 2022Click here for more information.
The Baltimore Collegetown Shuttle -- a service which connects JHU-Homewood with several other area College and University campuses, Penn Station, plus shopping and entertainment options in Towson -- resumes service on Monday, January 24th.  JHU affiliates need only display their J-Card to ride.  Tracking information is available on our own TransLoc website,  For more information, click here or visit
May 2022  

JHU Transportation Services
3400 N. Charles Street
South Garage @ Mason Hall
Baltimore, MD 21218
410.516.PARK (7275)