The State Hornet

Driverless shuttle being displayed at Sac State

Bay Area-based Varden Labs brought the all-electric, self-driving shuttle for a two-day demo at Sacramento State in March 2016. The shuttle can seat up to four passengers — including a backup driver — and uses motion sensors to detect surrounding traffic on campus.

Vu Chau

March 14, 2016

This week, the Sacramento State campus community will get to ride in a golf cart-sized driverless shuttle between Serna Plaza and the steps in front of the Guy West Bridge on Monday, March 14 and Tuesday, March 15, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The all-electric shuttle is an invention of Varden Labs,...

Late-night public transportation looks to improve

A small group of students get on the No. 82 bus to leave Sac
State's campus on Jan. 25.

Mitchell Wilson

February 1, 2012

Students relying on public transportation to campus can use the Hornet Express Shuttle, Sacramento Regional Transit buses and Light Rail throughout the day, but classes ending at night leave students with less options to get home without using a car. The shuttle runs Monday through Friday but stops running...