While all Berry students are permitted to have a car on campus, Berry encourages students to take bikes or the provided class buses to and from class. The following services and information are available to facilitate effective transportation both on campus and in the Rome/Floyd
Berry provides two on-campus buses that are available to transport students to and from class and Mountain Campus.
The Main Campus Bus Route stops at academic buildings and residence halls on Main Campus.
The Mountain Campus Bus Route makes a few stops on Main Campus before providing transportation to and from Mountain campus. For the convenience of those students who live on Mountain Campus, the Mountain Campus bus maintains several running hours after classes end and on the weekends.
A virtual map of the campus, including the bus route schedule is available.
Berry’s campus is conducive to biking, and students are encouraged to take advantage of this alternative mode of transportation. Bikes must be registered with Campus Safety and stored in the designated bike racks that are positioned outside of campus buildings. For
bikers’ convenience, the Student Government Association has placed several self-service stations around campus (in front of Krannert and Dana, at the Ford Complex, and on Viking Trail). These stations are equipped with screwdrivers, wrenches, an air pump, and other tools needed for basic repairs and maintenance
(see image below). For more complex repair needs,
Viking Cycle Works is a Student Enterprise that can repair bikes and replace parts as needed. They also provide bike storage during the summers for $15.