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Daily Connector

Daily Connector is a great shuttle for getting off campus to do the everyday errands. Whether you need to go to a grocery store, the bank or pick up a few essentials, this is the shuttle for you.   The shuttle’s first stop is at the Village Shopping Center.  At the Village, you can pick up a quick lunch or dinner, visit the pharmacy at CVS, or do grocery shopping at Publix.  

The shuttle’s second stop is at Target at the corner of Libbie Ave. and Broad Street.  This stop is a block away from BetterMed Urgent Care.

The third stop is on Willow Lawn Drive.  Here you can connect with the GRTC Pulse and other GRTC buses.  The Shoppes at Willow Lawn has an array of eateries and shops.

The Daily Connector has evening stops** in Carytown at the Walgreens at Ellwood Ave. and Thompson St.  Carytown is a shopping, dining, and entertaining district.  It focuses on small, locally-owned businesses.  It is the home to the historic Byrd Theater.  Adjacent to the Museum District and Byrd Park, Carytown is a great place to spend an evening outing.

** The GRTC Bus 77 has daily stops in Carytown from 7am to 630pm. 

Weekday Only (Monday-Friday)


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THC

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Village Shopping Center

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Carytown

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Village Shopping Center


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Safety Tips

Be aware of your surroundings.

Travel in groups of two or more.

Always have a well-charged cell phone with emergency contact numbers pre-programmed.

Be careful with your personal information (i.e., address, e-mail, phone number, and Social Security number).

Don't carry unnecessary valuables.

Know your destination.

Contact your professor immediately if you have safety concerns regarding an assigned site.