Reliable transportation is a basic need

Wednesday, January 05, 2022
The Edge

Food pantries have become common features of campus life. Now, colleges are beginning to recognize another basic student need: affordable, safe, reliable transportation. While only a few institutions currently provide or facilitate low-cost access to transportation—typically through subsidies for bus, subway, or light-rail rides—such benefits are likely to grow as recognition of “transportation insecurity.”

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