ANY BUS RIDE IS FREE FOR STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF WITH ISU ID
How To Ride A City Bus
- The timetable identifies
bus stops that are assigned a departure time. Between
those designated time points, there are several bus
stops that are not listed. If your stop is unlisted,
identify the stop closest to your location. In the ISU
Campus Route, you can flag the bus at any point of the
- Arrive at your stop at
least 5-10 minutes before the bus is due and wait at
least 5-10 minutes after the scheduled arrival time. Our
drivers make every effort to operate on schedule, but
delays can occur.
- Wait for buses at street
corners, not in the middle of the block. Please flag the
bus when it is approaching.
- Please have your ISU
Student ID card or similar ISU identification card ready
- Smoking, eating,
drinking, and littering is not permitted on the bus. You
are only allowed to bring onto the bus the number of
packages that you can carry unassisted. The bus driver
is not permitted to assist you in loading or unloading
packages. Shirts and shoes must be worn on the bus.
VIOLATION OF ANY OF THESE POLICIES CAN RESULT IN
SUSPENSION OF YOUR RIDING PRIVILEGES.
- The stop signal is
located above or between the windows. Signal the driver
block a block ahead when you need to get off the bus.
History of Bus Initiative Project
The one of the largest project that this administration will take on
is the development and implementation of the Bus Initiative. This
initiative was one of great interest during the election of our student
leaders and this administration is charged with fulfilling student
interest in having a university and city wide transportation system.
This project is one of great significance to the landscape of our
university. The Bus Initiative is a package of on campus and city bus
routes along with a special evening route specialized for college