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Duke U. bus falls short of ridership goal

University| July 11, 2011
The Bull City Connector was launched last year to connect students to downtown Durham. Daily ridership is about 1,500, which is 500 less than the goal. Most riders appear to be locals and campus staff instead of students.

U. of Kentucky partners with Hertz for vehicle rental

University| July 11, 2011
Students will have the option to rent vehicles on campus by the hour. The program is expected to primarily help students who did not bring cars to campus, need to shop or run errands off-campus, or have older cars that may not get good gas mileage.
University| July 11, 2011

Megabus marks one year of Pa. college service

State College has been served by Megabus, an affiliate of Coach USA, since May 2010. Megabus responded to several requests to establish a stop at the campus.
Bus| July 11, 2011

Spokane, Wash. trolley bus plan gets mixed reviews

The three-mile line, totaling an estimated $36 million, would carry passengers from the historic Browne's Addition neighborhood to Gonzaga University.
University| July 11, 2011

Web Extra: How do you promote transit to new students?

It’s summer orientation time for universities across the U.S. How are their transit systems reaching out to students? Transit agencies told us they are investing heavily in orientation programs by providing free rides and staff presentations to students and their parents.
Bus| July 11, 2011

Charleston, S.C. transit renews school contracts

Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority has renewed partnerships with the College of Charleston and Medical University of South Carolina to provide transportation services to students, faculty and staff.
Bus| July 7, 2011

MCI names Ziska VP of private sector sales, mktg.

In her new role, Patricia Ziska will be responsible for the new-coach private-sector sales representatives in the U.S and Canada and the company’s marketing group. She will report to Rick Heller, MCI chief executive officer.
Accessibility| July 7, 2011

Transportation bill cuts draw criticism

"It will severely curtail the purchase of new buses and trains, reduce critical maintenance and safety programs, and could cut operating funds for transit systems in small communities and rural areas," said APTA President William Millar.
Accessibility| July 7, 2011

MV Transportation selects new CEO

Carter Pate is the Global and U.S. Managing Partner for the Capital Projects and Infrastructure practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. He is also the co-leader of the company’s Global Government practice.
Bus| July 7, 2011

Proposed transportation bill calls for deep spending cuts

Six-year transportation reauthorization bill proposal calls for spending $230 billion. Proposed spending level would cause cuts in funding to states for road and bridge programs, prompting massive job losses and further deterioration of infrastructure, critics warn.

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