transportation

As students moved onto campus in August, Swoop wasn’t the only bird to help them settle in. Scooter company Bird’s motorized scooters are now a daily part of the bustling crowds of students moving between classes. From Baltimore to Berkeley, ...

Georgia State Rep. Stacey Abrams (D-Atlanta), who is running for Georgia governor, expressed disapproval of Emory’s annexation into Atlanta and discussed her goals for improving Georgia education, health care and infrastructure at an Emory Law School Democrats meeting on April ...

During the first month of my freshman year at Emory, my phone broke. No one was free to drive me, I couldn’t use the Uber app and I didn’t have a car. I was helpless. So I took the Metropolitan ...

Emory is expected to be annexed into Atlanta after a settlement was reached between DeKalb County and Atlanta, resolving objections from the county that delayed the annexation process. The settlement was approved 5-0 at a DeKalb County Board of Commissioners ...

Emory University houses everyone from up-and-coming scientists to undergraduate entrepreneurs. However, these same minds sometimes fail to understand Atlanta’s local transportation option: MARTA. Some students complain that MARTA is not as direct as Uber or Lyft, and that it takes ...

Emory’s transportation department will choose between two companies to take over the parking service contract that expires Aug. 31. The department hopes to choose a provider this summer to leave time to finalize the contract before the current contract expires, according to Adele Clements, senior ...

I like to ride my bike. I ride my bike for leisure and exercise. But I also bike to go places around this campus. Biking is thus my practical means of transportation. In my “life-world” biking makes sense as a ...

Wilbur and Orville Wright — the men usually credited as the founding fathers of aviation — first took flight in 1903, a huge milestone at the time. A few years earlier, Wilbur described his insatiable thirst for flying: “For some ...

Imagine yourself walking down a sidewalk. The street is full of little shops and restaurants, little boutiques and family-run bookstores alongside family restaurants and mom and pop ice cream shops. You live in an apartment above one of the stores, ...