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SEPTA train station receives LEED Silver status

Rail| September 13, 2011
Awarded to the recently rebuilt Fox Chase Regional Rail Station, the first train station in the U.S. to receive the designation. In rebuilding, SEPTA implemented numerous eco-friendly practices, including recycling construction waste materials and using low-pollutant emitting building materials.

U. of Ky. unveils bus tracker

University| September 12, 2011
Cat Tracker lets students download an app or check online to see when and where the next bus nearest to them will arrive. The tracking program was accessed by over 8,000 users in August.
University| September 12, 2011

U. of Minn. to unveil bike reward system

The incentives program will use Radio Frequency Identification chips to keep track of who is biking and how much, as a basis for awarding points. Riders can cash the points in for discounts on bike repairs, equipment and health insurance premiums.
University| September 12, 2011

U. of Illinois students bringing fewer cars

Reports a nearly 50 percent decrease in the number of students purchasing parking permits in the last four years. Meanwhile, Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District bus ridership has reached record levels.
University| September 12, 2011

More students cause U. of Miss. bus overcrowding

A significant jump in both student enrollment and city riders has caused many Oxford University Transit buses to be late and overcrowded. While this often happens at the beginning of a new school year, officials say, there are limited solutions this year due to budget constraints.
University| September 12, 2011

UNC Charlotte may have light rail access

Will hear in about four months whether the Charlotte Area Transit light rail system will be extended to UNC Charlotte by 2017. The extension would cost about $1 billion, and the agency hopes for half of the cost to come from federal funding.
University| September 12, 2011

OCTA offering students "C Pass"

In light of the current economic situation, OCTA has also changed the credit minimum to qualify for a pass from 12 to nine credits to accommodate students who are unable to enroll full-time.
University| September 12, 2011

U. of Montana residents, students clash on late-night buses

Some area residents have complained about late-night noise from UDASH buses driving down their streets and have requested a route change. Student leaders argue that will take away access for disabled students, and have proposed only running new, less noisy buses at night.
University| September 12, 2011

$1M bus system deficit prompts Missouri U. to turn to students

Columbia Mayor Bob McDavid will appoint a student task force, which will focus on designing new cost-efficient, student-friendly routes for the transit system.
Motorcoach| September 9, 2011

CH Trading Co. adds 4 key executives

The acquisition of talent comes at a time when the company is focused on penetrating the market and growing business, according to officials.

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