The LTER shuttle between Boulder and the Mountain Research Station (MRS) provides transportation for researchers during the summer field season. The LTER shuttle will start running on Monday, June 26, 2017, and will run every day, Monday – Friday, through the end of August.
The shuttle leaves Boulder from the parking lot (near the loading dock) of the SEEC/MacAllister building, 4001 Discovery Dr., on CU east campus. Additional pick-up stops may be made BY REQUEST ONLY. If you want to be picked up at one of the alternate locations listed below, please contact the shuttle driver (see LTER shuttle calendar) at least 24 hrs. in advance.
(a) Settler’s Park on Canyon Blvd.
(b) Magnolia Dr. bus stop on Boulder Canyon Dr.
(c) Park and Ride on W. 2nd St. in Nederland
Shuttles will also be used to transport researchers from the MRS up to Cable Gate/C1 climate station or the Boulder Watershed (Tues/Thurs, permitted researchers only). If you want a ride, please sign up in advance on the LTER Shuttle calendar. Please only add your name to the calendar where space is available; please do not make any other changes to the calendar. If you do not reserved a seat on the shuttle, you may need to walk to your the field site. Please contact Jane Smith with any questions about the shuttle calendar.
|6:15 am||Shuttle leaves from SEEC for MRS|
Shuttles leave MRS Marr Lab for cable gate/C1 and watershed
**once roads are clear of snow**
|3:30 pm||Shuttle departure deadline from cable gate to return to Marr Lab|
Shuttle leaves from MRS Marr lab to return to SEEC
**Tues & Thurs shuttle departure time may be later than 4:00 pm, depending on watershed researchers**
|Cliff Bueno de Mesquita||401-932-3691||cliff.buenodemesquita@Colorado.EDU|
See who will be driving the shuttle on the LTER Shuttle Calendar (link coming soon!).
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement #DEB-1637686. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necesarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
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