We are located in the Haymarket District of Lincoln, Nebraska at 151 N 8th, between O and P streets, on the West side of the street. You enter the door between Dozo Sushi and Letter Bee Paperie, past the double doors, and take the elevator to the 5th Floor.
Most of us who have lived in Lincoln know that the traditional way to get around is to drive everywhere. That said it is very likely that you don't need to drive your car to get to FUSE coworking. One of our goals at FUSE is to promote Lincoln as a sustainable city, and we hope you will join us. Choosing alternate modes of transportation has many advantages in the Haymarket: it is inexpensive, enjoyable, and it allows many of our fellow coworkers the freedom to fully enjoy the Haymarket after work, without worrying about getting behind the wheel.
Here's a list we've compiled a list of alternatives that people use to get to Fuse every day.
Lincoln boasts an incredible amount of bike trails. This is definitely the best way to get around Lincoln, in all respects. For information on the bike trails, see http://www.gptn.org/trails/info. The latest trail map is available there as a pdf. You can lock your bike on the dock outside of FUSE, or you can even bring your bike inside and take it to the basement. If you need help finding the quickest route to FUSE, check out Google Maps bike option.
Just a couple of blocks away from FUSE is Lincoln's equivalent of "Grand Central Station:" the "all routes transfer point" for Lincoln's bus system. Just find the route next to your place on http://www.lincoln.ne.gov/city/pworks/startran/routemap/, and hit http://getonboard.lincoln.ne.gov/ to find out exactly when the next bus will arrive.
FUSE highly recommends utilizing this great service in Lincoln. Note the days and the times of day the route is in operation. If you're staying late in the Haymarket, see 'Cabs.'
Cabs/Ride Sharing Platforms
Lincoln's taxi services have improved over the past year.
Ride sharing is the preferred method of transportation for some coworkers. Using services like Lyft and Uber offer an alternative to cabs and prevents the need to park or make the trek via bike or foot.
There are many affordable parking options. In addition to the city-run options found at the site linked below, there are private lots in the area. The recent overhaul of the Haymarket has produced an abundance of new parking making it very convenient for those who choose to drive.