JagExpress Green Route will no longer stop at Lot 65

Augusta University bus with golf theme painted on outside
The JagExpress Green Route will no longer stop at Lot 65, effective Nov. 4.

The JagExpress Green Route shuttle will end service to Lot 65 (Purchasing Building) at 1225 Walton Way, effective Nov. 4.

Augusta University Health employees who currently park there and shuttle over to the hospital buildings are being reassigned to Lot 55 (old Kroger Lot) on 15th Street.

These changes are based on parking and JagExpress shuttle data, according to Dale Hartenburg, chief auxiliaries officer. He said removing the Lot 65 stop will shorten the Green Route significantly, improving efficiency for all riders.

AU Health address sign says 1225 Walton Way and shows building, crosswalk and a few cars in parking lot
AU Health employees who park in Lot 65 and shuttle over to the hospital buildings for work will be reassigned to park in Lot 55 (old Kroger lot) on 15th Street at Calhoun Expressway.

Lot 55 was recently expanded to accommodate first-year student parking and the growing demand for employee parking spaces on the Health Sciences Campus. Lot 55 is serviced by the Lot 55 Express shuttle as well as the Green Route.

Real-time route information for shuttles can be found in the Passio GO app. Be sure to read the “Messages” section in the app and check the Pardon Our Progress page in Jagwire for timely alerts about detours, construction and other relevant Parking and Transportation updates.

If you have questions, please email the parking office or call 706-721-PARK (7275).

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Denise Parrish
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Denise Parrish is Senior Communications Strategist for Operations at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-721-9566 or mparrish@augusta.edu.

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