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In Case of Emergency
In emergency situations or during campus closures due to inclement weather, parking garages, the UM shuttle, and police escorts may be affected.
If there is a shelter-in-place order in effect, the doors on all UMB garages will be secured, and no vehicles may go in or out. Please remain in place until further instruction.
The walking and van escorts and the UM shuttle are not in operation during a shelter-in-place order.
When the campus is closed, UM shuttle and the police escort services will not run. If the campus is closing early, the UM shuttle buses will leave the Pearl Street hub at the first scheduled time AFTER the time of closure and will complete their routes if the situation permits. So that means, if the campus closes at 3 p.m., the last shuttle bus will leave the Pearl Street hub at the first listed time AFTER 3 p.m. NextBus should reflect the route closure on the schedule.
Yes, unless the evacuation order included instructions to the contrary.
Alternate routes home can be found on the Office of Parking and Transportation Services website. In addition, a variety of free navigation applications are available for your Android phone or iPhone. These services will provide not only maps, but also assistance finding the fastest route by avoiding traffic jams.
If you have not signed up to receive NextBus alerts, please do so. NextBus is your primary information source for the UM shuttle.