Security and Safety

U. of Texas pilots late-night ride program

Posted on October 7, 2013

AUSTIN, Texas — A pilot program to provide a late-night transportation alternative to students, uRide, begins this month at The University of Texas.

A primary focus of the uRide service is the initiative to work against drunk driving and drunk driving-related accidents by keeping intoxicated students from driving home as well as pedestrians, from getting hit by drunk drivers, according to The Horn. For the full story, click here.

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