I also live at the Presidential City Apartments, and the main reason is because the shuttle is a convenient way to get to school. Neither my roommate or I have cars, because it is expensive to pay the insurance, gas, and parking fees at school. Paying to take SEPTA to school everyday is going to be even worse. Many students chose to rent directly from Presidential because of the shuttle service, and if Temple is breaking their contract with the complex, surely they could still provide shuttle service? It would be the least they could do, so the students would continue to rent apartments here, with guaranteed transportation to school. I don’t know where the school thinks we get all this money to be able to blow it on parking passes and SEPTA busses. Taking public transportation will result in even more class latenesses, because unreliability is a huge factor. Yes, the Presidential shuttle service was never the best, but it is a necessity. I don’t have the money to go out and buy a car, much less maintain it. If the shuttle was still provided, students would coninute to rent from Presidential which would make the owners happy, and also let the bus drivers continue their jobs. I think they secretly like driving us around.