Ellen Bauch | The Phoenix8-RIDE vans operate within several blocks north, south and west of the Lake Shore Campus. Students use them to safely get to and from campus and to off-campus apartments. But some said the vans have forgotten them completely.

The free ride share service is used by Loyola students to travel safely from place to place late at night. However, 8-RIDE has been losing some student calls in its system entirely, forcing them to instead walk home or pay for a ride from Uber or Lyft.

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