UNCW Seahawk Shuttle Routes & Schedule
UNCW Seahawk Shuttle services for the 2020-2021 academic year will resume on August 19, 2020 with updated routes, new tracking options, and additional COVID-19 prevention safety measures.
The Seahawk Shuttle, in operation since 1997, was initially implemented to transport UNCW students who live within one mile of the campus to the University. Today, the shuttle also transports students and employees throughout campus and surrounding areas. The existence of the shuttle helps decrease traffic and makes movement within the campus safer and more efficient. The shuttle has decreased the need for additional surface parking at the university, thereby maintaining precious green space areas. UNCW and Wave Transit also offer Park and Ride services. The Park and Ride lot is located across College Road at the intersections of Hurst & Hoggard. Students and employees of UNCW are eligible to ride the Seahawk Shuttle and all Wave Transit buses at no cost by simply showing a valid student or employee UNSea card. For FAQs about the Seahawk Shuttle and tips on how to ride click HERE.
Shuttle Routes and Schedule
We’ve updated our shuttle routes for better connections and increased shuttle arrival frequency to make service more convenient. Please note, the following changes to the Shuttle schedule will take effect Monday, September 21, 2020:
- The frequency on 704 Yellow Route will change from every 10 to every 20 minutes.
- The frequency on 711 Grey Route will change from every 10 to every 20 minutes.
- Route 707 Red Express Route will be suspended through June. The Park and Ride Lot will continue to be serviced by the Yellow Route and Red Route.
We’ve upgraded to a new tracking app that will make it even easier to know where your shuttle is and when it will arrive. Use the QR code below to download the new shuttle tracking App, or access real-time tracking online at https://wavetransit.ridesystems.net/ . QR codes can also be found at all shuttle stops.
COVID-19 Prevention Safety Measures
Per CDC recommendations and best practices for transit agencies, we have undertaken organizational measures to minimize risk and help protect both customers and employees. Our actions include a daily disinfectant regiment for all vehicles, frequent cleaning of high touch surfaces, such as door handles, clear partitions between drivers and customers, new social distancing practices, and the mandatory wearing of face coverings for staff and customers. Learn about all our efforts HERE.