MSU Students To Get Free On-Campus Rides From CATA
Students, staff and faculty at Michigan State University will get free on-campus bus service for a year starting in late August.
The East Lansing school says it's amended its contract with the Capital Area Transportation Authority for the 2018-19 academic year.
The free service will go into effect Aug. 27, when fall semester classes start, and will run on a trial basis for a year.
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CATA has provided on-campus service to the university since April 1999.
Last year, there were 3 million rides taken on campus routes.
The school will evaluate the free ride program after the end of the trial period, looking at usage and student satisfaction.