Transportation talk: ride to campus with me!
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So right now I'm gonna tell you a little bit about how I choose to get to school. It's a little bit different than most, but it is a very popular option here in Texas A and M, and that is biking. I'm sitting outside of the foundation's building right next to the Association of Former Students Building and this really cool waterfall, and it's right outside of Kyle Field. Basically, biking is really easy for me because, like I mentioned, I live in Historic District, which is only about one mile away from where my first classes in the morning. Nothing too tough and honestly, it's a really good form of exercise, and it's really quick and easy. So I bike from building the building, which makes kind of walking a lot easier. Yeah, I always have this basket to which is really handy. Another really popular option here is taking the buses. We've got incredible buses here, Texas saying them There's a lot of different routes, and there's a map that you can actually check to see when the rat like the buses are gonna get the stops. You can check online to see how many car spots are available in all the garages. They give you access to a lot of information on our text saying A map and Moe peds are also super popular here, too, because the town is really tiny. So you really don't have to, like go that far on a moped head. You can jump on any main road with it. I'm pretty sure you need to have a license for it, but it's pretty simple to get. Yeah, I've considered getting a moped, but I absolutely love my handy diet and a bicycle.