Seton Hall University will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony, Thursday, to unveil its new student transportation service.
The ribbon cutting, with University President Gabriel Esteban, will be held Thursday, Oct. 3 at 4:30 p.m. in front of the Bishop Dougherty University Center.
Safe Ride, offered through the University Department of Public Safety, is a free, reliable escort service to transport members of the University community from the main campus to locations in the immediate vicinity that are not on the SHUFLY route.
The SHU Safe Ride is available for transportation to and from the Public Safety building, directly behind Corrigan Hall and adjacent to the Ward Place exit.
SHU Safe Ride is available daily, between the hours of 6 p.m. and 3 a.m. to all members of the Seton Hall University community. To ride Safe Ride, community members need an SHU ID.
This service was designed to provide a safe transportation alternative for those traveling the streets around campus in the evening hours and is available for transportation to and from the Public Safety building.
Those wishing to avail themselves of this escort service should respond to the Public Safety building and request a ride at the service window. Return transportation can be arranged by calling Public Safety at (973) 761-9300.