There are some things that are not 100% clear here.
In the first place, I thought it was a journey FROM a place (on the right) TO another place (on the left) - in this case the change of order was just obvious, because by change it you would achieve more natural representation of the real life scenario (left-to-rigt = start-to-destination).
But it's not the case (although the misunderstanding shows that the concept needs to be polished). The next thought, having read what you wrote, brings another confusion:
- are these in fact departures and arrivals for one specific stop? Or:
- are these departures from campus and departures from the city put side by side?
I'm not sure about it, but there is not enough information for the user in both cases. In the first case, I would suggest going for "Arrivals" and "Departures" naming, which are obvious and will make user anchor on this being a timetable for a specific stop.
If it is the second case, though, I suggest being more descriptive, saying: "Departures from Campus" and "Departures from the City".
Another confusion users may face is that due to proximity of the entries users may link one to another: "Aha, so this shuttle starts from this stop at 10:30 and arrives at that stop at 13:00." - which may be incorrect. To solve this, you may split it into two views with a selector at the top of the list.