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 There are plenty of other methods to get to campus without a car. The U provides shuttles on-campus, and Utah's public transit (UTA) has both a light rail and buses to the campus. There are two bus stops very close to the SoC buildings There are plenty of other methods to get to campus without a car. The U provides shuttles on-campus, and Utah's public transit (UTA) has both a light rail and buses to the campus. There are two bus stops very close to the SoC buildings
   * 100 North Campus Drive - accessible through routes 2, 6, 11 among others.   * 100 North Campus Drive - accessible through routes 2, 6, 11 among others.
-  * Central Campus Drive - accessible through routes ​??+  * Central Campus Drive - accessible through routes ​21, 213.
  
 Your U-card can be activated to get free access to the UTA transit system and it works from two weeks before classes start in the fall semester. Both SLC and the U are very bicycle-friendly (despite the hills), and many students even walk to campus. Your U-card can be activated to get free access to the UTA transit system and it works from two weeks before classes start in the fall semester. Both SLC and the U are very bicycle-friendly (despite the hills), and many students even walk to campus.