Everything you need to know to get to where you're going.
Shuttle Service has ended for spring exams 2016 and will return in the fall. HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!
THE LTC BUS PASS
One of the best parts of being a part of the University Students’ Council is getting free transportation around London. Every full time undergraduate student is issued a London Transit Commission Bus Pass. Some students use the pass simply to ride the 2 Dundas route over and over, seemingly forever, to get back and forth to school.
The LTC Bus Pass allows for:
- Free unlimited rides
- All bus stop locations on all regularly scheduled LTC bus routes
- All hours of operation
- Seven days a week (including holidays)
But don’t be fooled: your bus pass is also your cost-free ticket to exploring the community and getting to experience all the city has to offer. Enjoy the ride!
How do I get my pass?
Bus passes are distributed in the Mustang Lounge of the University Community Centre at the beginning of every school year.
2015/16 Pick-Up Details
INFORMATION WILL BE POSTED IN JULY
**bus passes can be picked up at Mustang Central after the 2 week period in the Mustang Lounge West.
To be eligible to pick up your pass, you must bring your Western student card and be registered as a full-time undergraduate student. If there are any problems with your eligibility status (for example, if you have recently changed from a Part-Time to a Full-Time program), you may be asked to bring your UWO Fee Bill or a letter from the Office of the Registrar indicating that you have been assessed the Bus Pass Fee.
Pro Tip: If you can, bring a book or a friend to the bus pass centre- the line can get pretty long!
How do I use my pass?
When does my pass expire?
What if I lose my pass?
Can I use someone else's pass?
Can I opt-out of the pass?
A shuttle bus connects main campus with the King’s and Brescia University College campuses.
MUSTANG EXPRESS: Late Night Busing has ended for the term. Check back in August for the updated schedule.
The Mustang Express is a late night shuttle service created by the USC to provide students with safe transportation home from the Downtown after the LTC buses have stopped operating. All Full-time and Part-time Undergraduate UWO students are eligible to use this shuttle service as they have paid $12.50 through their student fees. This mandatory fee was passed by student referendum in the Spring of 2011.
- Available from September 10th 2015 until December 5th 2015 and again from January 7th 2016 until April 2nd 2016.
The Mustang Express shuttle automatically closes if classes are cancelled due to inclement weather. In case of hazardous road conditions, closing information during regular business hours is available by calling Mustang Central at 519-661-3722 or after hours, by calling 591-661-3300 (UWO Campus Police Department).
LOST & FOUND ITEMS
Prior to departing from a shuttle or leaving a shuttle stop, please survey your area to make sure you have taken all of your belongings with you. The Mustang Express shuttle is not responsible for any personal items which are lost or stolen on any Mustang Express shuttle or shuttle stop. Items found on the Mustang Express shuttle will be turned in to the UWO Campus Police Department on the Monday following the last shuttle on the Saturday. Found items will not be released unless the owner can properly identify the items. Items will only be released by the UWO Campus University Police Department to the owner of lost item with an accurate description.
REFUSAL OF SERVICE
Mustang Express reserves the right to refuse service to any person who, under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs, is incapable of taking care of him/her self, or whose conduct is such, or is likely to be such, as to make him/her objectionable to other passengers or prospective passengers.
In the 2015/2016 academic year a review of the Mustang Express was conducted – summarizing the shuttle service’s use and place within the USC. That report can be found HERE.
Safety Rules & Terms of USC
Western Connections is an authorized Greyhound ticket agent. You can purchase tickets, print tickets purchased online or find route information at the Infosource. On Fridays there are on-campus pick ups for students taking the Greyhound. See the detailed schedule here. Note There will be no campus pick-ups running throughout the summer months. Don’t forget to ask about student discounts, as Western Connections is committed to helping you find the lowest fare.