This archived article was written by: Dave Adams
Are you tired of walking to the store just to get a few groceries? The walking is over. Now USU Eastern students who don’t have driver’s licenses or cars can catch a ride on the Eagle Express.
Last semester it was brought to the attention of one of the SUN Center’s leaders, Jordan Moynier, that students were walking in the cold of winter to the local shops to buy necessities that could not be bought on campus. Moynier put his head together with other students in the SUN Center and came up with a plan to use vans from the school to transport students to local stores.
The Eagle Express has no set schedule and will travel anywhere in the Price and Helper areas. “If you call us, we will come take you, we’re here for the students, so that they don’t have to walk to get to the places they need to go,” said Moynier.
The Express is exclusively for USU Eastern students and is free. Anyone wishing to ride the shuttle needs to call, 435-613-5292 or 435-650-3975.