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U. of Hawaii sees shift toward transit use

University| September 26, 2011
A recent transportation survey conducted at the University of Hawaii at Manoa shows that, while most students still drive to campus, with promotion of sustainable modes of access to campus, the number of students who took public transit increased to 17 percent.

Mich. State student group calls for bus tracking app

University| September 26, 2011
CATA already has begun equipping its buses with GPS, which could save ASMSU money in the program's development. The app's development is still in its beginning stages.
University| September 26, 2011

CDTA continues late night service at Skidmore College

Prior to the launch of the service last September, the college and Saratoga Taxi maintained an arrangement to provide free rides for students returning to campus after 11 p.m. Free cabs are available to students between the hours of 4:30 a.m. and 6:30 a.m.
University| September 26, 2011

Upgrades end free bus rides for Ohio State alumni

The Central Ohio Transit Authority will soon upgrade bus fare collection technology, adding magnetic strips to student identification and requiring students to swipe their BuckIDs at the fare box as they board.
Bus| September 23, 2011

APTA announces new executive committee, board

The Executive Committee will be led by Chair Gary C. Thomas, president/executive director of the Dallas Area Rapid Transit. He succeeds Michael J. Scanlon.
Motorcoach| September 23, 2011

Surprise motorcoach inspections coincide with Summit

The strike force, launched in coordination with the summit, is part of FMCSA's nationwide Passenger Carrier Strike Force. The two-week inspection sweep will continue through October 7.
Bus| September 23, 2011

Court rules PATH immune in '93 WTC bombing case

New York State Court of Appeals decided that the agency is entitled to government immunity for its security measures at the parking garage in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
Accessibility| September 23, 2011

Delaware taps Trapeze for ITS

Will provide computer-aided dispatch and automatic vehicle location technology integrated with Delaware Transit Corp.’s existing fixed-route and paratransit scheduling and operations management.
Rail| September 23, 2011

Calif.’s Metrolink unveils ‘quiet cars’

Beginning Oct. 3, a passenger car on every weekday Metrolink train will be designated as a quiet car to ensure peace and quiet for passengers that prefer an almost noiseless commute. The second car away from the locomotive on each train set will be designated as the quiet car.
Bus| September 22, 2011

Pa.’s Port Authority investing in customer service tools

Despite budget problems, the agency is looking to add customer service representatives and a new 24-hour interactive phone system to accommodate an increase in calls when it launches its electronic fare collection system next year.

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