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Campus shuttle to resume

The free shuttle service between IPFW and Ivy Tech Northeast will resume operations Monday, Citilink has announced.

Both schools and Fort Wayne's public transportation corporation will continue their partnership, some of which is paid for through a two-year grant, Citilink said in a statement.

Buses operate every 20 minutes from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. weekdays when classes are in session, the statement said. They stop at IPFW, its student housing, Ivy Tech's two campuses, and shopping and residential areas north and south of the campuses.

To see the complete route, go to fwcitilink.com/campuslink.

Subsidized bus passes for $36 are available at the bursar's offices at IPFW and Ivy Tech.

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