Posted December 9, 2009 Atlanta, GA
Torise Battle, Communications Officer, Georgia Tech Department of Parking and Transportation
From Monday, December 14, to Wednesday, December 23, the Georgia Tech Department of Parking and Transportation will implement a reduced Stingerette schedule.
Service will begin at 3 p.m. and end at 11:30 p.m. each day. The Stingerette will not run from Thursday, December 24, to Sunday, January 3.
The last day of service for Stingers and Trolleys will be Sunday, December 20.
Normal service for all transportation will resume on Monday, January 4, 2010.
As the department welcomes a new bus fleet on campus, several technical upgrades will be made to the NextBus GPS system. The online NextBus service will be down beginning Wednesday, December 10, until Saturday, January 9, 2010, as the department installs GPS systems on the new fleet.
To estimate bus arrival times, please refer to the Georgia Tech Department of Parking and Transportation Web site for routes and schedules.
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