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The institutional bus system of the CES University,with support from the transport companySeditranson July 19, it reactivated its mobility service from Monday to Friday at the El Poblado headquarters, returning to the alternation modality. The meeting points will continue to be at the Poblado metro station and in the Center, specifically in front of the Soma Clinic, where the buses will be at 6:30 in the morning to leave for the University.

The buses will leave the institution at 5:15 p.m. on 10B Street, which is accessed by the side road near the theater. This service offers transportation benefits to at least 250 people weekly on average, including students, faculty and administrative staff.

To access the service you must have theinstitutional cardto make the payment when arriving at the Institution, where a manager is located with a device that allows automatic collection with the document. People who do not have recharged the institutional document, have the possibility of making use of the "mattress passage", in which the money is lent to enter the bus and then charged in the next recharge that is made.

Bus fares vary depending on the type of population. The normal ticket costs $2,100, for scholarship students it is $1,900, this benefit is activated in the card office and the ticket for administrative staff has a value of $2,000. It should be noted that the buses have a minimum capacity of 25 people each and can sometimes vary to transports with greater capacity depending on the availability of the company and biosecurity protocols.

"The advantages of the university bus route are several. Being an institutional and private means of transport has greater security, it is comfortable since no person is left standing, all have their respective seat, there is also the issue of exclusivity since only people from the CES community enter and finally, the route arrives directly to the University", said Carolina Cardona Álvarez, social worker of the Office of Institutional Welfare.

The service currently offers all biosecurity protocols. Proper use will be made of the windows to promote good ventilation within the space, the permanent bottle caps and a previous disinfection for the entrance to the vehicle.

On the website of the University and through the institutional mail, the changes or adjustments that are made in terms of the transport service will be informed. Finally, for more information you can contact the

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