Summer shuttle service runs May 17 - Aug. 12, 2021; the amended schedule is below.
Free engineering shuttle between Lincoln and Omaha
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Engineering partners with Arrow Stage Lines to offer free bus service between Lincoln and Omaha each weekday for students, faculty and staff, while classes are in session. Students and employees within the University of Nebraska system may use the shuttle. Priority for seating will be given to those in the College of Engineering.
Two buses start at Othmer Hall on City Campus and The Peter Kiewit Institute on Scott Campus in Omaha. From Omaha, they will stop at UNMC as well as I-80 Exit 439.
Schedule Changes / Inclement Weather
As well as when classes are not in session due to planned holidays or breaks, the college works with Arrow Stage Lines and other local entities to determine schedule changes due to inclement weather. There are several instances in which the shuttle can be affected:
- If either of the universities (UNL or UNO) cancel classes prior to morning classes beginning, the shuttles will not run.
- If classes are canceled on either campus during the day, Arrow will try and complete any shuttles already in transit and/or provide the next available shuttle
- If road travel is deemed by law enforcement to be hazardous, the shuttles will not run or the schedule may be adjusted.
If the shuttle is not in service due to weather/road conditions, students should communicate with their faculty concerning their ability to attend classes or other responsibilities.
To follow COVID-19 restrictions, the following precautions are implemented.
Note: the shuttle schedule may change without notice.
Shuttle "lost and found"
If you think you have left an item on the shuttle, call Arrow Stage Lines at 402-740-2038.
Van Pick Up and Drop Off Locations
Vine Street between 16th and 17th streets
(The bus cut-out in front of Othmer).
Omaha - PKI
The circle drive at the main entrance of PKI
Omaha - UNMC
Emile Street, between 41st and 42nd Streets
South side of Hwy 370 behind Walmart