Snazzy new GUTS bus fleet to be deployed starting this month

Get ready to ride in style, my fellow Hoyas, because yesterday afternoon the Office of Planning and Facilities Management announced the initial deployment of 16 new Georgetown University Transportation System (GUTS) buses starting January 20. As stated in… Read More

GUSA Roundup: A resolution to help you get around

This Sunday afternoon, GUSA passed a “Resolution Concerning the Extension of GUTS Bus Schedules.” A bill to break the bubble Introduced by Mary Beth Brosnihan (SFS ’13), the bill encourages the extension of Georgetown University Transport Shuttle weekend… Read More

New mobile app will allow students to track GUTS buses in real time

Just when we were beginning to get over our excitement about the GUTS buses running late on weekend nights, we have something new to look forward to: a new mobile app that will allow commuters to track GUTS shuttles… Read More

Campus Plan woes: GUTS buses route to Dupont extended, again

A few years ago, ANC Chair Ron Lewis said at a meeting: “They’re still in our communities and on Reservoir Road in our neighborhood and that is unacceptable.” If you can’t already guess who the “they” is in that… Read More

More on yesterday’s GUTS bus crash outside the JesRes

Yesterday, at approximately 12:43 p.m., a Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle bus crashed into a stone barrier pole outside of the Jesuit Residence. The accident was apparently due to faulty breaks brakes. According to eyewitness Christina Hu (MSB ’13),… Read More

“Next GUTS” app comes to iPhones

About a month after releasing his “Next GUTS” Droid app, Chris Cronbaugh (COL ’12) will become a little more popular on the Mac end of the “Macs vs. All Other Technologies” debate, announcing yesterday the release of an… Read More

GUSA Roundup: And so, it begins

The 2010-2011 Georgetown University Student Association Senators were sworn in on Sunday, officially beginning the year’s agenda. While the meeting was heavy on ideas and questions from the senators and light on formal votes, the discussions suggest that… Read More

Burleith’s major misunderstandings about the 2010 Campus Plan

Although nothing agitates the blood of a Vox reader quite like a post about a Citizens Association of Georgetown meeting about the 2010 Campus Plan, you’ve got to hand it to our neighbors in West Georgetown—they know that… Read More

GUSA votes to continue funding weekend GUTS buses

Last Sunday, members of the Georgetown University Student Association decided to bail out a quickly depleting account that funds weekend service of Georgetown University Transit Shuttles. During the April 26 meeting, GUSA senators disclosed that the funds were… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Live-streamed political parties

At this week’s meeting of the Georgetown University Student Association, Senator Greg Laverriere (COL’12) announced that a deal had been reached with the Student Activities Commission, making the advisory board eligible for money from the student activities fee…. Read More