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U. Vermont staff, faculty slow to ditch solo commute trips

University| December 19, 2016

Surveys conducted between 2003 and 2016 show the number of student car commuters who drove alone fell to 25% from 75%, while staff and faculty drive-alone commutes dropped from 59% to 53%.

U. of Wyoming enhances service with new buses, app feature

University| October 10, 2016

The new buses are 2017 model Gillig low-floor buses, 37 feet long, and with capacity for 32 seated passengers and many more standing.

Management & Operations| October 6, 2016

King County Metro wants parking space owners to rent to transit riders

The program could help decrease the number of vehicles on the road and increase Metro’s ridership.

Management & Operations| July 21, 2016

APTA: Mass transit users save $9,686 annually

The savings are based on the cost of commuting by public transportation compared to the cost of owning and driving a vehicle and the national unreserved monthly parking rate numbers.

Motorcoach| August 6, 2015

Princeton ticketing motorcoaches for not parking in designated area

The buses often block visibility on Nassau Street, idle on side streets and in residential neighborhoods, or drive around town until it is time to pick up visitors after their tours of Princeton University.

Government Issues| July 17, 2015

Indy zoning law aims to curb parking, boost transit and car-sharing use

City planners are offering developers huge savings — tens of thousands of dollars on large projects — by reducing the required number of parking spaces for some developments if bike racks, electric-car charging stations or other "green" amenities are offered instead.

University| July 6, 2015

U. of North Georgia adding parking

Also, a parking app is under development to help students identify which commuter lots on the Dahlonega Campus have open spaces.

University| June 8, 2015

Wichita U. changes dorm parking plan, lays off 9 shuttle drivers

Administration created the new transportation system a year ago to try to alleviate crowded campus parking and provide Shocker Hall students with 24/7 access to their cars. University officials said they expect to realize financial savings, as well as make students living in the dorm happier.

University| June 8, 2015

Oregon State congestion-reducing parking strategy enters year 2

The key component of the program is a zonal pricing system that charges students, faculty and staff more to park closer to the campus core and less to park further away and shuttle in.

Management & Operations| May 29, 2015

APTA: Public transit users save $9,524 annually

The savings are based on the cost of commuting by public transportation compared to the cost of owning and driving a vehicle, which includes the May 27 average national gas price of $2.74 per gallon — reported by AAA — and the national unreserved monthly parking rate numbers.


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