Service Frequency Increases for Beaver Avenue Campus Shuttle, 4 Bike-Share Stations Added
Penn State transportation services have expanded this fall. An additional shuttle will run the Campus Shuttle via Beaver Avenue route, and new Zagster bike-share stations have been placed on campus and downtown.
The addition of a second shuttle to the Beaver Avenue route ups service frequency for its 16 stops from every 35 minutes to every 20 minutes. The Beaver Avenue shuttle runs on weekdays between 7:15 a.m. and 6 p.m. for fall and spring, and the 23-stop Campus Shuttle via College Avenue operates year-round, every 15 minutes on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Both the Beaver and College Avenue shuttle services are free and ADA-accessible. You can track the shuttles in real-time and get updates and arrival predictions via the TransLoc Rider app or psutransloc.com.
The Zagster bike-share program has expanded from 17 to 21 stations, with four new stations: on South Allen Street across from the State College Borough Building, near the Willard Building, Nittany Hall, and the Land and Water Research Building.
Year-long Zagster memberships are available at $25 for students, $35 for faculty and staff and $50 for community members. Hourly rates also are available. Learn more or sign up for a membership here.