The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) is partnering with scooter company Spin to conduct a naturalistic driving study of scooter riders on Virginia Tech’s campus. Starting on Sept. 1, 2019, 300 e-scooters will be available at university ride-share stations for check-out using the Spin app for short commutes across campus. Users must follow all operational and safety guidelines put forth by the university, VTTI, and Spin.
Horseback Riding on Campus
Drivers of all modes of transportation, including horses, must follow applicable state and local road regulations. Please contact Nick Quint, transportation network manager at email@example.com or 540-231-2701, with any specific questions regarding horseback riding on campus. This does not apply to university-affiliated activities involving horses or horseback riding.