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Q&A: What You Need to Know About the Merrimack Shuttle

Sean Talbot ‘15, Staff Writer

Allison Pukala is in charge of the Merrimack Shuttle Transportation Services, a new system used to help students get around Andover safely.

Q: What is the shuttle called and when does it start?

A: The Merrimack Shuttle and it has been in place since last Spring.

Q: Where does the shuttle take you?

A: Andover Train Station, CVS, Market Basket Plaza, The Loop

Q: Does it cost money?

A: It is free to Merrimack Students

Q: What times will the shuttle be running and on what days. Also where will the shuttle pick you up/drop you off?

A: Times haven’t been decided yet but Friday -Sunday pick up at Cascia Hall

Q: How many people will it fit?

A: It is a normal Merrimack Van so 10 or so people

Q: How often will the shuttle run? Every half hour/ hour?

A: Times have not been set up for next semester but will be announced when students get back to campus in the Whats Up and on OSI’s twitter @Merrimack_OSI and on flyers around campus.

Addition Winter Break Information
For the Holiday Break students can request a shuttle to the Andover Train Station or the Logan Express at the Woburn train station here
and current shuttle info is here

On a side note: OSI is looking for more van drivers as well – students who are 20 years of age or older (sorry, no exceptions!) can email Allie Pukala at Pukalaa@merrimack.edu for an application.

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