Florida State University students who live near campus will have more buses to get there starting this fall. It’s all part of a program the university implemented last year with the city of Tallahassee to reduce the number of automobiles on campus.
In addition, students in certain zones need only flash their student ID cards to get free rides to and from the school. The university reimburses the city so it’s a program that’s advantageous to both. That’s why it was probably a no-brainer for the city to agree to purchase another five buses to service the area surrounding FSU.
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