OUT Bus Information:
Waiting for a bus
When waiting on the bus stand at the nearest bus stop sign or near the side of an intersection if no sign is available. Make sure that the bus driver can see you so you are not passed by. Always signal the driver that you wish to ride the bus.
All O.U.T. buses are wheelchair accessible.
Riding the bus
After boarding, move to the rear of the bus. Please make front seats available for elderly or disabled passengers. Take your seat as quickly as possible. This allows the driver to start moving and helps maintain the schedule. When walking on the bus hold grab rails or seatbacks. Do not walk around while the bus is moving. Wait until the bus has stopped to get out of your seat.
For the comfort of other passengers no eating, drinking, smoking, or radios without earphones are permitted. Please use care when carrying larger items. Help keep the bus clean by keeping feet off the seats and taking all trash with you.
If you find an item on the bus please give it to the bus driver. If you leave an item on the bus please call 234-3540.
Please do not engage in conversation with the driver. His or her job requires that he or she fully concentrate on driving the bus.
Exiting the bus
Give the driver adequate notice that you want to exit the bus. Pull the bell cord at least one block before you want to get off the bus. Use the rear door to exit to allow passengers to enter at the front. After you exit, DO NOT cross the street in front of the bus. Stand away from the bus and wait until it has left before you cross the street.
As a transit provider, the Oxford University Transit is committed to provide safe, customer focused, and efficient mobility solutions for the city of Oxford and the University of Mississippi.
It is the policy of the Oxford University Transit (OUT) to provide a complementary paratransit service to those individuals determined to be Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Paratransit eligible. In accordance with the Service Plan, OUT will provide demand response service to individuals who are elderly or disabled throughout the OUT service area.