Editor’s note: Effective February 19, 2019, the Parking Express route will now make the following stops: Hawaiian Studies, St. John, Varney Circle, and Dole Street (in front of the Law School Library). To view Rainbow Shuttle real-time locations and arrival times, download the UHM Shuttle App.

Editor’s note: Effective Jan. 24, 2019, the Parking Express route has changed and will make the following stops: Hawaiian Studies to St. Johns and then to Varney Circle. To view Rainbow Shuttle real-time locations and arrival times, download the UHM Shuttle App.

Rainbow Shuttle

Rainbow Shuttle

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Rainbow Shuttle expanded its service in spring 2019 by adding the Parking Express route. The new route started Jan. 7, 2019, and makes the following stops: Zone 20 (lower parking structure) to Hawaiian Studies to St. Johns and then to Varney Circle.

“We’re excited to provide this expanded service for our UH community, especially those who may need to utilize shuttle transportation to conveniently get from lower campus to upper campus,” Commuter Services Manager Cate Matsushima said. “In addition, we want to promote more sustainable modes of transportation.”

Each Rainbow Shuttle seats 28 passengers at a time and offers air-conditioning, ADA access and bike racks for commuters. The shuttles operates Monday through Friday during the day throughout the fall and spring academic terms, and select routes are in service during evening hours and summer sessions.

Routes may be tracked in real-time with the UHM Shuttle App, which is also available for download.

Editor’s note: Effective February 19, 2019, Commuter Services has made additional changes to the Parking Express route, which will now make the following stops: Hawaiian Studies, St. John, Varney Circle, and Dole Street (in front of the Law School Library). To view Rainbow Shuttle real-time locations and arrival times, download the UHM Shuttle App.

“We want to thank the UH Rainbow Shuttle riders for their patience as we adjust and improve the Parking Express route to make it more efficient,” Commuter Services Manager Cate Matsushima said.

Operated by Commuter Services, the Rainbow Shuttle is a free service for UH Mānoa students, faculty, staff and visitors. For more information about the Rainbow Shuttle, visit the Commuter Services website. If you have any questions or comments about the Rainbow Shuttle, email parking@hawaii.edu.