What’s open? What’s available? And what’s the best route?

Use the VCU Navigate tool to help you find the best way to get you where you need to be on campus, from directions to parking decks and lots, to RamRide routes and schedules, to a list of buildings for student services and activities. Richmond 2015 also has created a navigate website to help you identify road closures, race course crossings and fan zones. For GRTC’s plans, visit ridegrtc.com/planning-your-trip/uci-worlds.

Download a PDF of the parking and transportation plan [PDF] to locate directions to the deck or lot you typically use. The plan also includes the RamRide routes and schedule during UCI Worlds. In the coming days, a mapping tool will be posted to this page to help you navigate.

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Where to park? And what’s going on?

Will parking decks be open? Will RamRide have service? Yes!

Download a PDF of the parking and transportation plan [PDF] to locate directions to the deck or lot you typically use. The plan also includes the RamRide routes and schedule during UCI Worlds. Use the VCU Navigate tool to locate your deck or lot, and the RamRide stops.

Campus Connector will run three buses each day (including weekends), 7 a.m.-7 p.m., and will run at half-hour intervals, based on traffic flow. These times are approximate Two stops:

  1. Front of Siegel Center on Broad Street
  2. Front of Larrick Center on VCU Health MCV Campus

A/I Lot will run four buses Monday-Friday (no weekend service), 5 a.m.-8 p.m., and will run at 15-minute intervals, based on traffic flow. Stops include:

  1. A Lot (A4 on Oliver Hill Way)
  2. McGuire Hall on 11th Street
  3. I Lot (curbside, riders will need to cross the street)

M Lot will run two buses Monday-Friday (no weekend service), 5 a.m.-Midnight, and will run at half-hour intervals, based on traffic flow. Stops include:

  1. M Lot
  2. McGuire Hall on 11th Street

Will RAMSafe provide service? Yes!

RAMSafe will continue under normal operations 5 p.m.-8 a.m. each day, except for Friday, Sept. 25. On Friday. Sept. 25, during to the Conquer the Cobbles event scheduled from 7-10 p.m., the area that will be covered by RAMSafe will be the area within these boundaries:

  • Lombardy Street, to Grace Street, to Laurel Street, to Broad Street, to Goshen Street, to Leigh Street, to Lombardy Street.
  • Some portions of VCU Health MCV Campus beginning at 7 p.m.

Is there a transportation option for mobility impaired faculty, staff and students? Yes!

VCU Parking and Transportation and the Office of Equity and Access Services will provide two ADA buses during the work week, Monday through Friday. One bus will be stationed at each campus to accommodate point-to-point requests from mobility impaired faculty, staff and students. Call (804) 828-2890 to request pick up.

  • Monday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Tuesday, 8:30 a.m.-5:45 p.m.
  • Wednesday, Noon-4:30 p.m.
  • Thursday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
  • Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Will there be VCU buildings open to race fans and spectators? Yes!

The following VCU facilities will be open to the general public:

  • Barnes & Noble (both campuses)
  • Cabell Library (closed Sept. 26-27, reopens at 4 p.m. Sept. 27)
  • Chili’s
  • Gateway Building (Einstein Bros. Bagels and Wendy’s)
  • Larrick Center (Jonah’s and Starbucks)
  • Laurel & Grace (IHOP, Raising Cane’s and Croutons)
  • Panda Express
  • RamTech
  • Shafer Court Dining Center (including Einstein Bros. Bagels, Market 810 and Market 810-2-Go)
  • Starbucks at Belvidere and Cary

All other VCU facilities will be restricted to VCU students, faculty and staff and will require your VCUCard for entry. VCU Medical Center facilities will operate under normal schedules.

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