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July 23, 2013

S.F. Muni proposes policy to share stops with shuttles

The agency would share 100 of its stops with private commuter shuttles, give priority to its own buses and charge a fee to the private operators, according to a report.


February 4, 2013

B.C. students may create bus route

University of Fraser Valley’s Student Union Society is planning to develop its own bus route by hiring a private shuttle bus to run between campuses in the cities of Abbotsford and Chilliwack. They have been requesting a public transit link between the cities for years.


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