When people hear the words “Knight Rider,” they may think of David Hasselhoff and a car with artificial intelligence. Used in the context of Gannon University, however, those words mean something quite different.
The Knight Rider is a bus provided to students by the Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority – the “e” for short – and like all “e” buses, is free to ride with a Gannon ID. The bus travels across campus every 20 minutes, stopping regularly at university buildings such as Waldron Campus Center and Morosky. It will also stop at any point along its route to drop off or pick up students when flagged down.
And while the Knight Rider isn’t capable of intelligent thought, there’s nothing keeping you from pretending you’re David Hasselhoff as you ride around the streets of Erie.
For more information, check out the “e” website.