College Sophomore 2013-08-12T23:40:54Z
transportation is great, you get the upass and are allowed to us CTA for free. The green line is across the street from main buildings and dorms. Buses run all the time. student parking is expensive but your car would be safe and secure.
College Sophomore 2013-04-12T00:58:07Z
With the CTA U-Pass it is relatively easy to get around using the Chicago public transportation system. The campus itself is quite small so easiest transportation is foot. However if you are worried late at night, public safety can come and drop you off in your dorm.
College Sophomore 2012-12-31T20:40:53Z
The CTA U-pass is the best thing ever. If you need to go anywhere the U-pass can get you there through either the greenline (which runs right through campus) or the red line or the buses. Every student receives one at the start of each semester and the price is included in the fees.
College Senior 2012-11-07T21:13:44Z
Public transportation is pretty good around IIT. It is 2 blocks away from the Red Line CTA, and Metra Rock Island Train. It is also directly underneath a Green Line CTA Stop. CTA buses also run through State St, 35th, and LaSalle St.
The only thing that is bad about transportation is that parking for commuters is sparse and very expensive.
College Junior 2012-10-15T21:50:40Z
In our area we have two train stops that are easily accessible from campus, also we have a metro stop, and buses that come regularly. Along with the public transportation the students get a pass from the city to use these methods of transportation to get around the city. Besides what the city provides the school has shuttle buses to frequently visited areas.
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