Accessible transportation for students on campus

By Janene Gibbons
April 16, 2009

Shannon Keough

The shuttle bus: The Cabrini shuttle bus is a popular means of transportation for freshmen. The schedule is online at There are two shuttles that run in the area, the Lancaster Loop and the Cabrini shuttle. Some of the more popular places the shuttle stops at include Wawa, the King of Prussia Mall and the Radnor train station. As far as reliability goes, the shuttle bus drivers are required to keep a strict schedule. The Web site with the schedule on it recommends you make specific arrangements and know what time you are getting back.

Commuter friends: Strike a deal with commuter friends. If they can’t afford to pay for gas money, let them stay over for the night if they have to. This could work especially well if you are in the same major or activities and have some similarities in your schedules.

The train: Fast-Track to Philly passes, free train tickets to Philadelphia, are available in the Student Engagement and Activities Learning (SEaL) Office. Check your monthly calendar to see when Fast-Tack passes are being issued. Campus Philly usually has really great suggestions and sites to visit when in the city.

Walking: This may seem as a last resort to many, but shops, restaurants and the movie theater is only a short walk from Cabrini.

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