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Written by Brian Washburn
The U is getting more and more commuter traffic savvy. Students can utilize the light rail system that is free with their UCards, and they can also use the buses. Many find public transportation to be the best way to get around. The only problem is that the light rail system is linear, and if you need to get somewhere off the line quickly, you need a bike or to drive.
Bikes are becoming the fad, with students finding it a lot easier and quicker to navigate the campus on two wheels. Bicycles are also the most functional form of transportation next to cars. While the public transport options are great, they can be somewhat impractical for most students who do not live next to a station.
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