College Senior 2013-11-30T23:23:50Z
On-campus is great. Public trans is expensive
College Senior 2013-10-22T12:48:12Z
Most of the other local universities include a Port Authority bus pass in their tuition, so you can get around, but Point Park has dropped the ball on this one. As a commuter, it is really unfair that I have to spend 1,000 per year on transportation. ESPECIALLY when the tuition is already really high!
College Freshman 2013-10-17T23:20:42Z
The taxis are completely unreliable; I ended up stuck somewhere until 3 in the morning waiting for a taxi to arrive. The bus schedule is difficult to follow, especially if you are new to the city. Additionally, the buses do not often arrive at their scheduled times. The campus shuttles are easily accessible, but only run until midnight every night, including weekends, and do not have a large amount of choices as to where they take you. Overall, public transportation/Point Park transportation is not great.
College Sophomore 2013-09-28T23:55:22Z
We have a campus shuttle that most people use from a specific area, but other than that, most people walk or take the bus.
Recent Alumnus 2013-08-25T18:17:32Z
If you decide not to take a bus (which is reasonable- they don't go everywhere, and the hours aren't the best), then you'd better be willing to drop a lot of cash to park at one of the numerous parking garages around the city! Many are close to campus- which is great- but the price is ridiculous.
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