Why deal with traffic and parking when you can ride Charlottesville Area Transit (CAT) to University of Virginia Health System? Four CAT routes (4, 6, 7, and 9) service the bus stop pictured above, which is located outside the Health Sciences Library. Across the street is another bus stop that is serviced by the free trolley, and routes 4 and 7. Use CAT to commute to work, visit the Health Sciences Library, or to get away for lunch on the Downtown Mall. Everyone with a valid UVA ID rides for free, and a free app is available for tracking bus arrival times. For more information, go to CAT’s webpage.
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