The TCU shuttle-bus system, T.R.A.C., was designed to alleviate the disastrous parking situation by shuttling students from the distant lots they are forced to park in to their campus destinations. It is unreliable, inefficient and desperately needs to be improved. Picture this: It's around 1:50 p.m., and the temperature is below freezing. A male student gets out of his class in a building on the east side of campus. Because the parking lots around the building were full, he was forced to park at the Sandage Lot, which is about a quarter of a mile away. But no worries, right?