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Written by Matthew J. Cote
Transportation around campus is not hard to find. Students have the option of driving to campus, parking on campus at their designated spot, or going to a nearby Park-n-Ride. The campus bus, the Wolfline, makes it easy for students to get across such a large campus easily. The Wolfline also runs at night, making it easy to get around to the bars located on Hillsborough Street and to local apartments without the hassle of finding a DD. Many apartments have shuttles that allow students to leave their cars at home and not have to deal with buying a parking pass or finding a spot.
Public transportation is also all over Raleigh. Students without cars often take advantage of the CAT to get around to grocery stores or even the mall. Another perk is that most public transportation is free for students with a campus ID. You may even consider resorting to what is now one of the most popular ways to get to class-riding your bike or your skateboard.
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