Sep 052012

Author: Kelsey Peterson


Students at Colorado State University who live off-campus have several ways to get to class. Biking, walking, driving and taking the bus are only a few of the many modes of transportation students use. When biking, it is sometimes difficult to find a place to lock up, but it’s especially handy if classes are farther apart. It is also a convenience to not have to wait. Taking the bus exerts less energy and is far more practical for ladies who wish to wear a dress or heels. Walking provides good down time and exercise, but can be tedious. Cars are great if you can afford a parking permit, until you get to campus and all the lots are full. So what is the best way to commute to campus? That’s for you to decide.

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