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

University| December 7, 2015

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

Double-decker buses join ASU intercampus shuttle routes

University| December 7, 2015

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.

University| July 6, 2015

St. Paul, Minn. campus offers car-, bike-sharing services

The services may be an even more valuable resource now that the Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities  has ended shuttle service between and handful of local campuses.

University| July 6, 2015

Electric campus shuttle helps U. of Alaska Fairbanks reduce footprint

The roughly $40,000 investment in the shuttle was made by the UAF Office of Sustainability, which is supported by a $20-per-semester fee on each student at the school.

University| July 6, 2015

U. of Delaware to study solar use on hybrid fuel-cell shuttle buses

The program currently includes two 22-foot, 22-seat transit buses equipped with nickel-cadmium batteries to meet the power demand of the buses and hydrogen-fueled proton exchange membrane fuel cells to maintain the state-of-charge of the batteries.

Accessibility| May 11, 2015

For disabled students, UW campus accessibility falls short

Karen Brown, a disabled 63-year-old returning student who suffers from lupus, said she must suffer through all types of weather to get to campus via public transportation because she cannot afford the high price of accessible parking spaces on campus.

University| May 4, 2015

University of Arkansas offers charter bus service

Razorback Charters offers two buses, with seating for 32 passengers, and one wheelchair lift van with seating for 10 and one wheelchair.

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