New Mexico State U. prof to improve bus system

Posted on December 13, 2010

LAS CRUCES, N.M. — After realizing he would have to commute a mile from his home to the nearest bus stop, take two separate buses and arrive to work on campus an hour later, New Mexico State University industrial engineering Assistant Professor Hansuk Sohn decided that he might be able to improve the efficiency of the city's bus transit system, RoadRUNNER Transit, the Silver City Sun-News reports.

Sohn and a group of engineering students have begun researching the current RoadRUNNER Transit networking system, communicating with city officials and drafting possible solutions to help both RoadRUNNER Transit and Aggie Transit systems run more efficiently and provide better service to more residents and students. For the full story, click here.



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