Parking & Transit Office

Report a Lost Item

If you believe you lost an item on any KU or T bus, please fill in as much of the following information as possible about your item, and about the route you were on.

Please tell us your name.
Please let us know how to get in touch with you.
Please tell us, to the best of your ability, which bus number or route you were on.
Please tell us where you got on the bus.
What time did you get on the bus? Please estimate as closely as possible, if you do not know.
Please tell us where you got off the bus.
What time did you get off the bus? Please estimate as closely as possible, if you do not know.

We have operated since 1971, and KU has owned its own wheelchair-accessible buses since 2007
Two routes (11 and 29) are co-funded by KU and Lawrence Transit
Students, staff, and faculty can ride any bus in town FREE with their KU Card
We keep items found on a bus for two weeks
For safety and efficiency, board at the front of a bus and exit at the rear
Game-day shuttles operate two hours before kickoff / tipoff
All buses have bike racks (first come, first served)
Visibility around buses is extremely limited; don’t cross the street in front of a bus
Visibility around buses is extremely limited; don’t run after a bus once it starts to pull away
We allow drinks in permanent travel mugs only. No paper or plastic drink cups
KU and Lawrence Transit gave 3 million rides in 2017.
KU on Wheels is funded by student fees and parking permit dollars.
KU off-campus routes will have service until 10:30 p.m. M-F beginning fall 2018.