If you don't already own a car, finding alternative transportation can seem costly and time-consuming. However, there are bound to be occasions in the semester for which you can't just walk or use your bicycle. Here are some ideas for further transportation alternatives available to you here at BYU:
Cost to Own
By using these simple transportation alternatives, you could be saving a lot more money than you realize. Owning a vehicle costs much more than its original cost, any interest on a car loan, gas prices, etc. Calculate the true cost to own a certain vehicle and find out how much you're really saving by using these transportation alternatives here.
Whether you're commuting to school, traveling out of town, or going home for semester break, you can carpool with fellow BYU students, sharing the cost of gas. Whether you're posting a ride or joining one, you can also familiarize yourself with the profiles of the students involved in the carpool so you're not riding with strangers. Click here to learn more about Zimride and find great deals for all your carpool needs!
BYU offers a campus shuttle service known as "The Ryde." The Ryde reaches many locations and apartment complexes surrounding the university and arrives right in the middle of campus. Huge bonus: it's completely free to students! Click here to check out the Ryde's routes and schedules.
UTA Student Bus Pass
BYU Car Share
If you're looking for another inexpensive way to get moving independently, BYU Car Share may interest you. This program goes through Enterprise to provide rental cars to students at low hourly rates. Click here for more information.