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George Mason University Transportation


OVERALL
2.7
Convenience
1.0
Cost
5.0
Punctuality
2.0
#1 rated transportation at George Mason University
Mason Shuttles operates several different shuttles providing free service to Mason students and employees. Prince William Shuttle: Provides service between the Fairfax and Prince William campuses Monday through Friday, including stops at the Manassas Mall. Mason to Metro Shuttles: Provides service from the Fairfax Campus, with a stop at the Commerce Bldg, to the Vienna Metro Station. Gunston's Go-Bus: Provides service from the Fairfax Campus to area shopping centers, with weekend late night service. Campus Circulator Shuttle: Provides service around the Fairfax Campus. West Campus Shuttle: Provides service for the West Campus and Field House Parking Lots.
George Mason University Transportation

Fairfax , VA  22030
703.345.1020
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3/19/2013
Convenience    
1
Cost    
5
Punctuality    
2
by a user
I would just like to say that it is AWESOME that we get to ride the CUE bus for free. But it definitely has its downsides. The CUE bus doesn't run after 10PM, which sucks for students who work and take the metro back to Mason at 10PM. The shuttles are mediocre at best. They don't run as late and considering just how FAR Mason is from the Vienna Metro station, it isn't fair for us to pay $14 for a taxi ride everytime we miss the last bus because the metro train was a minute late. ALSO ALL OF THE FAIRFAX BUS DRIVERS I HAVE MET HAVE BEEN THE RUDEST AND MOST INTOLERABLE BUNCH. I could really do without the attitude I've received from them for no reason. Especially when I make sure to smile, greet and thank them.
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