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UCLA uses AI to improve curb safety

University| November 16, 2017

UCLA partnered with VIMOC Technologies to optimize curb space for efficiency and safety in the university's Gateway Plaza loop.

U. of Mich. shuttle expands to daily service

University| October 23, 2017

Bus stops will include the Central Campus Transit Center in Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Detroit Center, and for the first time, University of Michigan-Dearborn.

University| September 25, 2017

Tempe, ASU partner to deliver new transportation options

Some of the 11 ideas proposed include a highline walkway and a monorail system running over campus.

University| August 22, 2017

UConn. partners with First Transit for campus transportation

The service provider will be responsible for the daily operations and management of 35 employees and 31 buses.

Rail| May 3, 2017

Calif. students trade buses for trains to travel to prom

The students took Metrolink from Santa Clarita to Los Angeles and then transferred to L.A. Metro's Red Line to the final destination of their venue in Hollywood.

University| March 27, 2017

UConn rolls out 10 New Flyer buses

Each bus seats 31 passengers, not including people who prefer to stand; has two positions for wheelchairs; and carry “Husky GO” designs on the exterior, introducing the new brand by which the bus service will be known.

University| January 26, 2017

CCW to refurbish, rebuild 3 Liberty U. buses

The project will enrich the student experience by carrying passengers across campus, utilizing the transit service intracampus circulator.

University| January 24, 2017

UMass Lowell offering free regional transportation to students, staff

With the new program, UMass Lowell is increasing transportation options — which include a network of campus shuttles and a free bicycle-sharing program

University| January 13, 2017

Bus service to reduce wait times to and from Fresno State

Fresno State students and staff can ride FAX and other transportation services free with their university ID.

University| January 5, 2017

UConn changing bus operations to meet new driving rules

The FMCSA recently established comprehensive national minimum training standards for entry-level commercial bus operators to obtain a CDL or certain endorsements, which go into effect on Feb. 6, 2017.

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