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U. of Mississippi adds weekend bus service

University| January 30, 2012
A Saturday bus route was added to accommodate transit-dependent riders who have trouble traveling around town on the weekend when other bus lines do not run.

UC Davis returning double-deck bus to UK

University| January 30, 2012
One of the university fleet’s original buses, the RTL 1014 has been with the school since 1968. The bus is bound for London's Ensignbus Transport Museum.
University| January 30, 2012

Kansas St. officials launch shopping shuttle

Although the shopping shuttle has specific stops when picking passengers up, the shuttle drops off everyone, including those living off campus, at their residence.
University| January 30, 2012

U. of Missouri explores off-campus transit options

Local agency Columbia Transit will be discontinuing shuttles to off-campus housing in May.
University| January 30, 2012

Web Extra: U. of Alabama transit agency celebrates 5 years

Before instituting the system in 2007, the university held approximately 80 town hall meetings to inform the community of parking changes that were set to be made and receive feedback for the transit system.
Bus| January 27, 2012

L.A. Metro approves agreement to hire more 'disadvantaged' workers

The Project Labor Agreement between the agency and the Los Angeles/Orange County Building Trades Council requires that 40% of work hours on Metro projects be done by workers who live in economically disadvantaged neighborhoods and 10% of the hours go to workers struggling with poverty. Many members of the public testified in favor of the plan.
Rail| January 27, 2012

Sun Tran opens new bus facility

Northwest Bus Facility now has the capacity to operate and maintain 250 buses for the entire Tucson region.
Rail| January 27, 2012

AECOM to design Honolulu rail segment

Will design a 5.2-mile portion of the elevated rail guideway from Aloha Stadium to the Middle Street Transit Center in Kalihi.
Rail| January 26, 2012

Audit: UTA may not have rail extension funding

While local sales tax revenue provided the majority of the agency's $275 million budget in 2010, it’s not clear that the agency will have the revenue required to operate the commuter and light rail extensions, which are currently under construction.
Bus| January 26, 2012

Hampton Roads to begin airport service pilot

The trial bus service to the Norfolk International Airport will test customer interest in establishing permanent local bus service to one of the region’s major transportation hubs.

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