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Date: Jan 2022
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

Due to continued adverse weather and road conditions, both current and forecast, Night Ride service will not operate on Sunday, January 16th. Homewood-Peabody-JHMI service will continue as road conditions permit, but, expect delays and use the TransLoc app or for up-to-the-minute tracking. As a reminder, no bus nor shuttle services will operate tomorrow due to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday. Inquiries may be directed to

Due to forecast weather and road conditions, the start of Sunday night's Night Ride serivce is suspended until further notice. Homewood-Peabody-JHMI service will continue to operate as road conditions permit. The operating status of both services will be subject to further assessment as conditions change. Updates will be posted here. Inquiries may be directed to

Please be reminded that in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday, no bus and shuttle services will operate on Monday, January 17th.  All services will resume their normal schedules on Tuesday the 18th.  Direct all inquiries to

Due to adverse road conditions, all JHU bus and shuttle service will commence at 9am. Expect intermittent delays throughout the morning. Check TransLoc via the app or for up-to-the-minute tracking information. Direct all inquiries to

Due to ongoing construction, the stop at Washington Street Garage will be inaccessible until further notice.  Starting on Friday January 7th, shuttles will stop on southbound Wolfe Street prior to McElderry Street, streetside near the Wolfe Street / Meyer Entrance Patient and Visitor Dropoff area.   This relocation will persist until further notice.   Direct all inquiries to

On Thursday, January 6th, sidewalk repair will cause the stop at Washington Street Garage to be inaccessible.  Instead, shuttles will stop at the Bloomberg School of Public Health entrance on Monument Street between Wolfe and Washington Streets (across from the Welsh Medical Library entrance) for the duration of the day. Intermittent slight delays are possible.  The disruption may persist into Friday; further updates will be posted when available.  Direct all inquiries to

Due to emergency utility work, the Homewood-Peabody-JHMI stop at Saint Paul Street and 27th Street will be inaccessible for the remainder of Wednesday, January 5th.  Buses will be diverting along 28th Street, Greenmount Avenue, and North Avenue to return to Saint Paul Street.  Additionally, expect some delays on the route throughout the afternoon and evening due to the added travel time.
Jan 2022

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