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The stadium bus will pick students up from The Hudson and take them to Paulson Stadium. The bus will stop running to The Hudson at 4:00 p.m., as is the regular bus schedule, Derek Davis, director of Parking and Transportation, said.

Georgia Southern Parking and Transportation added The Hudson as a new stop to the Stadium bus line as of 7:30 a.m. Monday.

The new bus stop comes following developments within university housing and student relocation.

The stadium bus will pick students up from The Hudson and take them to Paulson Stadium. The bus will stop running to The Hudson at 4:00 p.m., as is the regular bus schedule, Derek Davis, director of Parking and Transportation, said.

Parking and Transportation released a new app called Passio GO for students wanting to keep track of the bus routes and times. Davis said Parking and Transportation released the app on April 1, and it is available for download on the App Store and Google Play Store.

Parking and Transportation featured information about Passio GO on their social media accounts, Davis said. The app shows students where the buses are in their routes and how full the buses are.

Davis said the app currently shows all bus stops with the exception of The Hudson. The updated version of the app showing the new stop at The Hudson will be published by the end of the week.

Along with The Hudson, 111 South is another off-campus housing stop along the Stadium bus line. The 111 South bus stop can already been seen on the Passio GO app.

Joiya Reid, The George-Anne Candidate, gadaily@georgiasouthern.edu

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