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The Challenges, Opportunities of Operating University Campus Shuttle Services

| August 24, 2018

Many institutions offer bus and shuttle services to provide transportation for students and staff, and they face the same challenges of providing consistently high rider satisfaction levels that municipal transit authorities and operators do.

U. of Rochester extends contract with First Transit

University| August 22, 2018

Staff of 100 will provide maintenance, operations, and dispatching services for 19 buses, carrying more than 1.3 million passengers annually.

Technology| August 21, 2018

Local Motors' self-driving shuttle makes University at Buffalo debut

The shuttle, which is mostly 3D-printed, is capable of seating eight passengers and reaching 25 mph.

Technology| August 21, 2018

U. of Md. builds app that rewards commuters who leave car behind

The IncenTrip app uses real-time data to predict travel times on multiple modes of transportation.

Management & Operations| August 15, 2018

DART, U. of Texas celebrate Leadership Academy's first year

The academy provides real-world learning opportunities and ensures graduates are career-ready.

Motorcoach| August 13, 2018

Crowd-sourced tech company, OurBus, announces expansion

The company offers express bus service to major cities on the East and West coasts, and Florida, including “pop-up” routes during spring and winter breaks.

University| August 6, 2018

GRTC, VCU partner for unlimited transit access for students, staff

David Green, GRTC CEO, said the partnership presents GRTC with the opportunity to further enhance service for all riders.

Management & Operations| August 6, 2018

New study explores transit partnerships with Lyft, Uber

More than two dozen municipal governments and transit agencies have formed partnerships with TNCs to enhance mobility options.          

Shuttle| July 9, 2018

U. of Denver partners with Chariot for shuttle program

The University hopes to expand the service to its neighboring communities in the fall.

University| June 28, 2018

Research shows nationwide increase in job accessibility by transit

The study, from the Accessibility Observatory at the University of Minnesota, ranks major metropolitan areas by job accessibility via transit.

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