Here’s the updated map for the Publix Route of the Southern Express bus shuttle system.
Starting January 10, students of Georgia Southern University have a new bus route available that will take them directly to the newly opened Eagles Corner Shopping Center and Publix Super Market. The new “Publix” route picks up travelers from usual campus bus stops on Lanier Drive, at the Dining Commons/Union/Bookstore area, Forest Drive near commuter parking and Freedom’s Landing residence hall. Students can catch the evening Publix route from 6 – 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday. There is no additional cost to ride the “Publix” route for students.
Statesboro’s new Publix location opened on December 14, 2022. Eagles Corner Shopping Center is a proposed 66,000-square-foot neighborhood center anchored by the Publix Super Market and located adjacent to Georgia Southern. Other businesses under development in the area include an Orangetheory Fitness center, Huey Maggo’s restaurant, Tidal Wave Auto Spa, Great Clips, Grand Nail Lounge, Tropical Smoothie Café and Stella Boutique.
Students can use the Passio-GO app to view where the bus shuttles are located and plan their trips accordingly. For more information, visit Parking and Transportation’s website at GeorgiaSouthern.edu/parking.
Beginning June 1, 2022, the Parking Department will send eCitations to anyone receiving a parking citation on the Armstrong Campus.
Yellow envelopes will no longer be placed under the windshield wiper. Instead, each student, faculty or staff member who has a parking violation, will receive an email to their Georgia Southern email address when they receive a citation. If a vehicle is not registered with the Parking Office, they will be issued a $0.00 “Unregistered Vehicle” notice.
If you need to purchase a parking permit, follow these instructions:
- Log on to My.GeorgiaSouthern.edu.
- Click “Parking Permits and Citations” under the “Parking and Transportation” tile.
- Select “Permit” from the navigation menu to the right of the page.
The CDC mask mandate is no longer in effect for public transit. As such, Georgia Southern University’s bus contractor is no longer requiring face coverings on the shuttles on and between the University’s campuses. The University continues to encourage people to wear masks or face coverings based on their preference and assessment of personal risk.
Students may now purchase their parking permit through their student account for fall 2022 on April 18, 2022. If you have financial aid or scholarship funds, this is a great way to secure your parking permit early.
You may view this option when checking out in our AIMS Web Self-Service Portal on My.GeorgiaSouthern. Payment by Debit/Credit Card and EagleXpress are also available.
Click here to view Parking Permit Rates and locations.
Click here for campus maps and parking lot information.