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In response to recent complaints, a revised shuttle bus schedule that increases the number of runs to the Business School will go into effect October 28.
The new schedule also moves up by five minutes departure times of some of the morning buses leaving Currier House and eliminates two afternoon stops at Currier House.
Students complained that because of construction in the Square, the bus leaving the Radcliffe Quadrangle at 8:50 was not reaching the Yard in time for nine o'clock classes. "By moving everything up five minutes in the morning we hope to solve that problem," Anne M. Gregory, director of the shuttle service, said.
The buses which left Currier House at 5:20 and 6:30 p.m. have been eliminated. The buses will run between the Square and the Business School.
Students have also complained about the Quincy Square bus stop where the shuttle will stop while construction continues on Mass. Ave, Carl V. Swanson, central services superintendent for the Department of Buildings and Grounds, said.
The area near Quincy Square is inadequately lit and deserted at night, Glenn J. Moramarco '81, who headed a task force on the shuttle service to the Committee on Houses and Undergraduate Life, (CHUL), said yesterday
"It was the best stop we could come up with," Swanson said. Before construction began, the bus stopped at Johnston Gate. "We were led to believe we could have the Johnston Gate location back at the beginning of next year. I would not count on that," Moramarco said.
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