Is it possible to move to and live in apartments near FSU without a car?

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There are an immense number of things to do and places to go around your future FSU apartment. Whether you're new to the area or an experienced local, chances are that you want to go out and explore to find out what Tallahassee's all about. This requires some form of transportation, either on foot or in a vehicle of some sort.

Not to mention, Tallahassee is home to a large student population attending educational institutions such as Florida State University, Florida A&M University, and Tallahassee Community College. If you're a student and don't have the convenience of utilizing a personal car for transportation, it is still possible to get around the bustling city with ease.

One of the best spots to search for an apartment is at any of the housing complexes near FSU. Due to its proximity to College Town, the Florida State Capitol Building, Governor's Square Mall, the Railroad Art District and the Donald L. Tucker Stadium, apartments near FSU are some of the best housing options for students in the area looking for things to do nearby.

Listed below are some of the best and most cost-effective ways to get around the city if you live in an FSU apartment.

Ride Sharing Around FSU Apartments

Using apps like Uber and Lyft can make it ten times easier to get around. Although this might require individual upfront investments, the best part is that you can be dropped off in the middle of downtown and not have to worry about parking. A tip for saving money in advance is to schedule a ride. This can make a huge difference in the amount you spend on ride sharing and help secure a ride for the exact time that you might need one.

City Bus or FSU Bus Services that Service Apartments near FSU

Just like most major cities, one can opt-in to take the city bus as a dependable source for transportation. By studying the bus routes, you can look at bus pick-up times and plan for your specific schedule. StarMetro, Tallahassee's main bus service even offers free rides around the city to FSU and FAMU students with proof of student status. If this interests you, you might want to consider looking at apartments near the Seminole Express to make utilizing FSU bus services that much easier.

If you want to take a less public bus, FSU has its own bus service free to FSU students, faculty and, staff looking to get around campus or to some select areas off-campus. If you prefer this option, there are a lot of apartment living options near public transportation in Tallahassee.

Bicycling and Skateboarding around FSU Campus

One of the best investments to ride to and from any of the FSU apartments would be to get a bike or skateboard. Although this requires some practice, skill, and investment, it might prove to be worth your money because you don't have to factor in gas as an everyday living expense. Plus, it can get you to where you want to go quicker than walking or dealing with downtown city traffic in a vehicle.

Walking to Florida State University Campus

If you love getting a good workout while exploring small streets and hidden destinations that can only be traveled by foot, this option is definitely for you. Luckily, there are a ton of apartments within walking distance to the FSU Campus. Not only is it free to walk everywhere but you can get to know the campus and memorize the streets of Tallahassee better. Closer to campus there are many well-lit areas, and the FSU Police are always driving around campus patrolling at night for the safety of their students and the Tallahassee community.

Now that you know all available transportation options, it's time for you to decide what's best for you. Whether you factor in money, convenience, or personal preference, there are options for anyone living in Tallahassee without a car.

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