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some do and some do not. at the beginning of the year UR starts out with this green bike program where the school designates like 100 yellow bikes for students to use anywhere on campus, but within a month every bike has a flat tire or broken chain. many students also bring their own bikes, but it doesnt really matter because many students dont have bikes (like me) and there is no problem getting to classes or anything. also keep in mind that it is a hilly campus.
They have around 50 free bikes on campus that you can just pick up and ride when ever you like, some students also bring their own. Because of the lake in the center the campus isn't made for biking and everything is in walking distance.
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Written by Laura DiLibero
Cars are the only way that anyone gets around town, but the strict parking policies makes students think twice about the need for a car-it is not a necessity. There is a bus stop on campus, but more employees of the University use it than students. It is easy to get a taxi if you need one, but expensive. Splitting a taxi to the airport or downtown is a good way to divide up the cost if you aren't able to convince or guilt-trip one of your friends into driving you.
The school recently unveiled the Spider Shuttle, which makes several trips a day to the Ukrop's shopping center as well as the Regency Mall. This shuttle is a good way to get to either of those places if you can't borrow a car. The schedule is online or available at student activities. It is easy to find your way around Richmond, as long as you can find Broad Street. All you really need to know is whether to go east or west on it, and you should be able to find any store, restaurant, or other location you might be looking for. After the first week of school, you should be able to navigate the city with your eyes closed, although this is not recommended.
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