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CityLink Bus Passes Offer Affordable Transportation Options for Local College Students

Back-To-School time has arrived and Peoria area colleges and universities will begin the fall semester in a matter of weeks.  Most college students are trying to find ways to save money, and using CityLink is one way students can go green while saving some green.
 
CityLink has several routes that access higher education institutions in the Peoria area.  CityLink offers service to all three ICC campus locations.  The #20 ICC Express route provides service between Downtown Peoria and the East Peoria campus of ICC.  The #1 University route offers access to the Peoria Campus of ICC (formerly called the ICC North Campus).  Near Bradley’s campus, students can catch either the #1 University or #5 Main routes. 
 
In addition to the services CityLink provides to the Illinois Central College campuses and Bradley University, service is also available to Methodist College; Midstate College; Robert Morris University; University of Illinois at Springfield-Peoria Center; University of Illinois College of Medicine; and Saint Francis Medical Center College of Nursing.
 
The cash fare rate for students is $0.50 per ride when presenting a valid school ID.  However, the 30-Day Pass provides a great option for local commuter students to get to and from school.  The 30-Day Pass is $40 and offers unlimited rides for 30 consecutive service days.  The Day Pass is perfect for non-commuter students who may live on campus without a car at Bradley University and want to explore the Greater Peoria Area on the weekends or get a job off campus.  The Day Pass is $3 and offers unlimited rides for a single service day.  Additional discounts on passes for students may be available through the individual college or university.  Students are encouraged to check with their school regarding additional discounts.
 
CityLink also has a Semester Pass, which offers students unlimited rides for the entire semester for just $102.50.  The Semester Pass is currently only available for Illinois Central College students and Methodist College students.  ICC students have the option to charge the pass to their Financial Aid if it is purchased at the ICC Bookstore locations at the East Peoria Campus and Peoria Campus.  It is only available during the first two weeks of classes for the semester.  Methodist College students may order the Semester Pass through the college’s Bursar.
 
The 30-Day Pass, Day Pass, and Semester Pass are available for students to purchase at all ICC campus locations.  The 30-Day Pass is available for students to purchase at Midstate College in the campus bookstore.  The 30-Day Pass and Day Pass are now available for students to purchase at Bradley University at the cashier’s window in the Controller’s Officer, which is located in Swords Hall.
 
To learn about the rules and regulations for purchasing bus passes at each individual school, please call 309-694-5422 to speak to an ICC representative; 309-692-4092 to speak to a Midstate College representative; 309-677-3117 to speak to a Bradley University representative; and 309-672-5513 to speak to a Methodist College representative.
 
The 30-Day Pass and Day Pass are always available for purchase at the CityLink Transit Center, located at 407 SW Adams Street, and the CityLink Administrative Offices, located at 2105 NE Jefferson Avenue.  Route and Schedule information is available online and on smart phone devices at www.ridecitylink.org and by using Google Maps, or by calling CityLink Customer Service at 676-4040.
 

2105 NE Jefferson Ave    •    Peoria, Illinois 61603    •    309-676-4040

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