UOW Transport Survey HAS STARTED
The biennial UOW Transport Survey started Tuesday 5 May.
We’re looking to understand your transport needs to help us provide optimal facilities for everyone studying or working on campus. On Tuesday 5 May, we will email you a link to invite you to participate. Alternatively you can open the survey via this link anytime after 5pm Tuesday. The survey will ask some questions about your travel movements on 5 May, and your thoughts on transport in general. The survey should take you 10-15 minutes. You can also enter the draw to win one of the following great prizes:
- A New “Super Commuter” bicycle and helmet package(or cycle accessories) from Simple Cycles to the value of $650
- A UniBar Gold Pass for Session 2 (Free entry for two people into every gig for the spring session) valued at over $500
- A $100 gift voucher at the Unishop
- Lunch for you and your friends at “The Terrace” to the value of $100
The survey closes Tuesday 12 May. Read the full terms and conditions for more information about the competition.
Northfields Ave Bus interchange upgrade
Work is underway to upgrade the Northfields Ave bus interchange. This work involves providing a wider footpath and more bus shelters to make it better and safer for you when you catch the bus.
Buses are operating from temporary stops outside UniCentre (Building 11) and outside the Botanic Gardens.
For more information see News and Events.
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New shuttle bus services
New iC Shuttle
A new trial bus service is coming in 2015! Do you travel from the Innovation Campus to the Wollongong Campus? Or live near Campus East, Gundi, Keiraview or Weerona College? Catch the new FREE iC Shuttle!
This service starts from 23 February 2015 and links the Innovation Campus with the Wollongong Campus during peak periods in the morning and afternoon.
New route and timetable for GK Shuttle
We've also made changes to the GK Shuttle for 2015 to make it better for more people. This service now runs in a clockwise loop through Keiraville, Gwynneville and Wollongong stopping near many accommodation campuses. This service no longer runs around the Ring Road, but instead stops on Northfields Ave.
See you on the bus!
New Route 41 “Dapto” bus a bonus for Unanderra and Figtree too
UOW's Sustainable Transport Strategy
The University of Wollongong's Transport Project commenced in 2008. It aims to improve the transport experience for students and staff, and encourage a shift from private vehicles to more sustainable forms of transport including public transport, walking, and cycling.
Find out more about the Sustainable Transport Strategy.
Bike Maintenance stations
Need to pump up your tyres or tighten your brakes?
Wollongong Campus now has two 'do it yourself' bike service stations to help keep your pushie in tip top condition. These are located on the south side of Building 20, and north of the UniBar in the Jugglers lawn. Happy cycling.
Shuttle and Parking APPs
for iPhone and Android
Want to know how long til the next shuttle bus? Checkout the UOW Shuttle iPhone app or Android app. This gives you the times for the next 55, NG or GK shuttle going your way. You can also track the location of the NG or GK shuttle on the dynamic map.
There is also a UOW Parking iPhone app and Android app. The app lists available spaces for ticket, permit or carpool to help find that elusive parking spot. Note - we strongly encourage you to car pool if you are bringing a car to campus for many reasons, but also so you have a passenger and are not tempted to use your phone while driving.
New shared Path heading South
Wollongong City Council has finished a new pedestrian and cycling link to the south of Wollongong Campus through Keiraville. Cross Northfields Ave in front of UniCentre and you now have 1.3km of cycleway and paths heading south. This takes you along Paulsgrove and John sts to the new path though the beautiful trees at Nyrang Park. Quiet streets beyond take you a further 0.7km before you rejoin Robsons Road.