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10E - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996

Getting
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By Nathan Huebner
Daily Staff Reporter
When arriving on campus each fall,
new students quickly find transportation
is a little different than in high school.
Instead of driving everywhere they want
to go, most students are forced to find
other ways to travel around campus and
Ann Arbor
Most University students walk to class-
es and many rely on the public transporta-
tion system to travel around Ann Arbor.
Getting around central campus is
fairly easy, since most destinations are
within walking distance. Many students
choose to speed up their trips, however,
by in-line skating or riding their bikes.
"It's definitely easier to get around
campus if you have a bike," said Diana
Ricotta, a Music graduate student.
Nearly every campus building has
bike racks outside where students can
lock up their bikes at no charge.
The Department of Public Safety rec-
ommends that students use a "U-lock"
to secure their bikes because thefts
occur quite frequently.
Students are also advised to make sure
that, in addition to the bar of the bike,
they secure their front tire to the rack, as
these are often stolen.
Traveling between North Campus and
Central Campus is made easier by Uni-
versity buses that run regularly through-
out the day.

Ann Arbor Transit
Authority4
Fare: $.75
Information: 996-0400
Hours of Operation:
M-F: 6:45 a.m. - 10:15 p.m.
S-S: 8 a.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Stops: 1,200 throughout service
area
To Briarwood Mail: Take the Route

AU.
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The Ann Arbor Transportation Authority has several interestingly painted buses, providing colorful travel for many University students.

6 bus south
on South
State Street.
The stop clos-
est to cam-
pus is in front
of the Michi-
gan Union.
Briarwood
Mall is stop
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To Meijer:
Take the
Route 6 bus
south. Meijer
is stop F. Or,
take the
Route 5C

Bus stop
Average weekday
AATA bus riders
(1993):
14,524
Average weekday
miles of bus
service (1993):
7, 852
Source: Ann Arbor
Area Chamber of
Commerce

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BOHOAN DAMIAN CAP/Daily

The main bus stop is located near the
intersection of Washtenaw and North
University avenues near the Exhibit
Museum of Natural History. There is also
a stop on Washtenaw Avenue near
Couzens Residence Hall.
Going anywhere off-campus can be a
little more difficult but students say they
generally think it is not too bad.
"You can pretty much go anywhere
you want," said Jeanne Cho, an LSA
junior.
The Ann Arbor Transportation
Authority provides the city with buses
that stop at more than 1,200 stops
around town.
One of the most popular bus stops for

students is in front of the Michigan
Union. Buses stop there once an hour
from about 6:45 a.m. until 10:15 p.m. on
weekdays and from about 8 a.m. to 6:15
p.m. on weekends. A one-way fare in
Ann Arbor is 75 cents.
Students who do not want to use the
buses or who wish to travel around Ann
Arbor after AATA hours can use any ,of
a handful of taxicab companies in Ann
Arbor.
Fares are usually reasonable and stu-
dents usually find thedrivers to be friend-
ly.
Driving anywhere in the campus area
can be challenging and hazardous because
of the large numbers of pedestrians.

bus southbound from the Union to
the Meijer on Carpenter Road
(stop E).
To North Campus: Take the Route
1U bus. Stops near Central Campus
are at Fletcher and Washington
streets (stop A) and on East Med-
ical Center Drive (stop B). On North
Campus, the stop is at Broadway
and Baits Streets (stop C).
To Ypsilanti: On Route 3, the Central
Campus stop is at Washington and
State streets (stop B). Going east,
stop C is located in front of the Art
and Architecture Building on North
Campus. Stop E is at Washtenaw
Community College, and stop G is
near Eastern Michigan University.
Also, the Route 5 bus leaves from
the Union eastbound to several site4
in Ypsilanti.

MARGARET MYERS/Daily
Bikes are a fast, economical way for students to get around campus, if they can
weave around pedestrains. All bikes must be registered with the city.

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Services

New Grace

The Church for the Community

Sunday Sunday School
Morning Worship
Evangelistic Services

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Tuesday
Wednesday

Adult Choir Rehearsal

Bible Class

of the P.A. of W.

9:45 AM
11:45 AM
4:50 PMf
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
'00 PM
6:00 PM
6:30 PM
:30 PM

If you're looking

for a stuffy congregation where young adults have no say, you

We won't ask you to check your brain - or your heart - at the door.
We 're Lord of Light Lutheran Church, the ELCA Lutheran Campus Ministry at U-M.
We.welcome you as you are: with your questions and concerns, your desire to worship, learn and serve.

won't be happy with us.

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District Elder Avery Dumas, Jr., Pastor
632 N. Fourth Avenue
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
(313) 761-1530
Transportation (313) 572-1342

Thursday . Prayer and Tarrying
Friday Sunday School Teachers
Meeting
Youth Choir
Bible Class or
Evangelistic Services

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Lutheran Campus Ministry
Lord of Light Lutheran Church
801 S. Forest @ Hill Street 668 7622

" Creative Worship with Open Communion
" Discussions of Faith and Life
* Service to Church and Community
" Reconciled In Christ (G/L/Bi welcome)

"Have you received the Holy Ghost since you believed?"-Acts 19:2
Universi7 Lutheran Char el
LCMS Lut ran Student Fellowship
50+ Years of Full-time Ministry to the U-M Community

Sunday: Worship 1Oam

Wednesday:

Vespers 7pm & Choir 7:30 pm

Thursday: Study 7pm

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SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE
10:30 AM
Bible & Topic Studies
Sunday Suppers & Fellowship Times

Memorial
Christian Church"
Disciples of Christ
Zen & Welcoming Church
education programs 9:30 am
worship 10:45 am summer 10:00 am
M. Margaret Harrison-Interim Pastor
serving Ann Arbor and the University since 1891
730 Tappan Corner of Hill St. " Ann Arbor
662-4245

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Jewish Pesource
n Center

at the University of Michigan
A DIVISION OF MACHON L'TORAH
1335 Hill Street
Ann Arbor, MI * 48104
313-332-8777

Pastor Ed Krauss
663-5560

1511 Washtenaw Ave.
(Between S. University & Hill)
Handicap Accessible

* Book & Tape Library
* JudaiCollege

. Torah Exchange
" Lectures

. Shabbatonirm
" Israel Tours

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GUILD HOUSE

802 NAONPKO
PHONE
662-6159

is an Interfaith Campus Ministry working for
justice, peace, and environmental sustainability.
Our student group, Students Involved for the
Global Neighborhood (SIGN) meets each
Sunday evening from 5:00 til 6:30 pm for
dinner and reflective discussion/action sessions.
Our dialogues on personal, social and spiritual
concerns focus on envisioning a world that
practices spirituality and works for justice and
peace.
All are welcome.

Sept.-May
Worship
9:30 am
11:00 a.m.
Adult
Education
9:30 a.m. &
11:00 a.m.

HURON HILLS BAPTIST CHURCH

June-Aug.
Worship
Service
9:30 a.m.
Adult
Education
11:00 a.m.

JItirt n~C~u aPtitorna1 Qkurd

608 E.WILLIAM -662-1679
Corner of State St.
REV. TERRY N. SMITH
Senior Minister
DOROTHY LENZ
Assistant Minister
Worship Service and Church School 10:30am
Communion in Douglas Chapel 10:00am

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3150 Glazier Way

Ann Arbor * 769-6299

Between Huron Parkway and Green Rd.
Pastoral Team: Donald Gerig and Peter Kolb:
Brian Vander Ark, Minister of C.E. and Youth

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