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The new EagleExpress helps enhance campus safety by providing free shared rides as an alternative to walking alone. Now powered by Via, it’s easy to request a ride for yourself and up to three friends, view the approximate wait time and track your ride on the EagleExpress app. Anyone with a valid Marquette email address should download the free EagleExpress app at the App Store and Google Play and set up a profile to use the service.
Formerly known as LIMO, EagleExpress vans run 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. daily and provide door-to-door service from locations starting and ending on campus. There are eight vans in the fleet, each holding up to 12 passengers, as well as a wheelchair-accessible vehicle, which holds four passengers. Drivers do not simply drop off passengers but wait until they have arrived safely at their homes, cars or buildings.
All rides are dispatched and managed through the EagleExpress – Marquette app available at the App Store and Google Play. The app works similarly to any other common ride-share app. Download the app, set up your profile and you’ll be ready to ride. Riders must have a valid Marquette email address to use the service and will need to show their MUIDs to EagleExpress drivers.
EagleExpress serves campus and our immediate neighborhood – all within the Marquette University Police Department patrol zone. There are two approved off-campus locations for ride pickup or drop-off: the Milwaukee Intermodal Station (Amtrak) and the Eleven25 at Pabst apartments.
The EagleExpress app uses Google Maps, which has outdated information about the Marquette University campus. We are actively working with Google to get our campus maps updated. Please use exact street addresses for locations that are not yet updated in Google Maps.
Being a EagleExpress driver is one of the best paying student jobs on campus with a starting rate of $15 an hour. Anyone who’s interested in exploring an opportunity with the program should apply online to become a driver.