Shuttle Buses Take Tulane, Loyola Students Where They Want To Go

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Monday, September 12, 2011

So you're barely into the fall semester at Tulane or Loyola, and you're already tired of cafeteria cuisine. Or you'd like to spiff up your wardrobe and take in a movie, but you don't have access to a car.

The solution is simple: Grab the shuttle.

Gone are the days when the campus shuttle simply ferried students from one campus to the next. Now, students can grab a free ride to the Uptown Wal-Mart or, on weekends, head out to the Metairie Whole Foods Market or to Lakeside and Clearview malls.

The service, which Tulane operates, is free to full-time students and members of the faculty and staff at Tulane and Loyola universities. A passenger must have an ID from one of those schools. Information and schedules are available at shuttles.tulane.edu.

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