Blazer Express Starts Rolling (Photos)

By on January 7, 2014
By Gerrie Lim

UAB has launched the new Blazer Express bus system.

The system consists of six bus routes, color coded for user clarification and convenience, and is free for students, employees, and authorized visitors to use.

The wait time for most routes is between 8-15 minutes. Each bus is wheelchair accessible and most buildings on campus are 5 minutes away from a bus stop.

Detailed information on routes and the Blazer Express can be found at: http://www.uab.edu/blazerexpress/

With close proximity parking becoming scarcer as the rate of enrollment at UAB continues to rise, hopefully the new bus system will ease stress and anxiety for those who commute to classes, and make UAB an even more readily accessible campus for everyone than ever before.

–Breanna Henderson

Photos: Gerrie Lim

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About Gerrie Lim

Like around roughly 85% of UAB, Gerrie Lim is on a health field related-track (Physician's Assistant, to be precise). Gerrie is a Communications Broadcasting Major with a minors in Biology and Theatre. She knows what you're thinking: "What went wrong?" If only she knew the answer to that too. On Saturday nights, you can usually find her watching the latest episode of Saturday Night Live, where she wants to work at one day. Gerrie Lim is currently a sophomore at the time of quickly scribbling this little biography and enjoys writing autobiographies. She thinks it doesn't do her justice, and she thanks you for looking at whatever page you found it. Gerrie is currently a writer, photographer and, weirdly, a cartoonist for the UAB's Kaleidoscope. You can find her on Instagram at @chopstickgirl.
 
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