For students who don't feel like shelling out $70 for a parking pass, there's always Razorback Transit. Razorback Transit is free, and it goes all over the city of Fayetteville. Students will run into some strange characters on the bus, but the majority of those riding during the day is students. Once students get to campus, they can take advantage of the Razorbikes program. With Razorbikes, students register with Transit and Parking, and get a pass code which unlocks any Razorbike on campus. Students ride the bike all day, and then lock it back up when they're done—and it's free.
With Fayetteville being a relatively small city, there isn't anything more than a 10-minute drive to any one point in the city. Interstate 540 is easily accessible from a lot of main roads in the city, which can cut driving times in half. The scooter has also made a comeback in Fayetteville. It is the best way to get around, although some of the hills can be challenging. There are plenty of places to park scooters on campus, as long as students have a permit.