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Bluetooth, Wi-Fi sensing from mobile devices may help improve bus service

Bus| February 1, 2016

University of Washington researchers have developed an inexpensive system that uses Wi-Fi and Bluetooth signals from passengers’ mobile phones and devices to collect better data about where bus riders get on and off, how many people use a given stop and even how long they wait to transfer to another bus.

U. of Nebraska-Lincoln policy prohibits electronic device use while driving

University| January 25, 2016

New distracted driving policy prohibits drivers from “creating, sending or reviewing text messages or email, accessing the Internet for any purpose, electronic gaming and reading any printed material on an electronic device or in paper form while operating a university motor vehicle.

University| December 21, 2015

U. Nebraska-Omaha expands Metro Transit ridership program

The expansion of UNO’s popular MavRide program will provide bus access to more than 15,000 students and more than 3,000 faculty and staff.

University| December 21, 2015

Starkville-MSU transit named ‘System of the Year’

The state award cites the S.M.A.R.T. system for excellence and “for your efforts in working with local officials in removing isolation barriers to education, employment, medical and recreational services by providing safe, affordable and accessible mobility options for residents in your service area.”

University| December 7, 2015

Private co. to provide transportation for BYU-Idaho students

Sam Vargas, owner of Rexburg Connect, told the Standard Journal that the company is planning to start providing transportation services to students at the beginning of the new year.

University| December 7, 2015

Valdosta State U. offers Wi-Fi on all athletic, shuttle buses

The service was requested by students and funded by student technology fee monies.

University| December 7, 2015

Double-decker buses join ASU intercampus shuttle routes

Two doors on each bus will facilitate quicker loading and unloading for the more than 21,000 Sun Devils who ride the shuttles each week.

Sustainability| September 21, 2015

Driverless shuttle experiment hits the ground at Calif. campus

In addition to colleges, the company envisions these vehicles at theme parks, resorts, industrial campuses, and retirement communities.

University| August 17, 2015

S. Texas college, Valley Metro partnership expands bus routes

The JagExpress connects all five of the college’s campuses, provides free Wi-Fi and is free to students, faculty and staff with a valid identification.

University| August 3, 2015

New bus stop provides key link for Conn. College students

The local transportation system has long had a route that passes by the college, which runs under a "flag-down" system, requiring riders to stand anywhere on the route and wave at the bus when it passes, hoping that it stops.

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