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TRANSPO changing routes for Notre Dame games

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TRANSPO is shifting around some of their routes for Notre Dame home games.  Starting this Saturday riders will see changes to the routes listed below.

#5 North Michigan

Service will be suspended for the 2:20 p.m. departure from South Street Station. Buses will bypass Saint Mary's College starting with the 3:20 p.m. departure. This detour will continue for the remainder of the service day.

#7 Notre Dame / UP Mall

Buses will bypass Notre Dame starting with the 10:20 a.m. departure from South Street Station. This detour will continue for the remainder of the service day.

OUTBOUND - From LaSalle Ave buses will turn left on Eddy, then right on South Bend Ave to UP Mall.

INBOUND - From UP Mall buses will turn on South Bend Ave, left on Eddy and right on LaSalle resuming the regular route.

#17 Sweep

The Sweep will run from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and may be detoured at Brother Andre Dr and SR 933 based on traffic patterns.

The Sweep will be detoured on campus as follows:

Leaving the ND Library, east on ROTC, left on Leahy, right on Bulla, right on Twyckenham, right on Angela, right on Notre Dame Ave resuming the regular route to Saint Mary's.

#13 Corby / Town & Country

The #13 will remain east on LaSalle Ave, left on Eddy St., right on South Bend Ave, right on Edison resuming the posted detour.

Whenever re-routing of service occurs, listed times for arrivals and departures cannot be guaranteed. TRANSPO encourages fixed route patrons to plan accordingly. All detours are subject to change as conditions and traffic patterns change in the surrounding area. For up-to-date information, TRANSPO asks you to visit www.sbtranspo.com or follow SBTRANSPO on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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