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Washington's Pierce Transit to start service reductions early

Accessibility| March 29, 2011
As a result of the economic recession and failure of Proposition 1, the Board of Commissioners directed staff to implement a 35 percent reduction in service by October 2011 to address the agency's budget shortfall.

MARTA approves bus improvements, baseball service

Bus| March 29, 2011
The agency eliminated the Braves shuttle in 2010 because of a sharp downturn in the national economy and a decrease in sales tax revenues that are used to fund the transit system.
Accessibility| March 29, 2011

Apollo launches DVR health module at APTA TransITech show

Provides transit managers immediate access to error reports, such as camera video-loss events or failed DVR recordings, when logged into the system. Reports now also provide an evaluation and time stamp of which vehicles encounter technical or power errors.
University| March 28, 2011

N.M. pop. boom to create congestion for university, college

To help meet the challenges, the U. of N.M. and Central New Mexico Community College, which get 75,000 daily commutes combined, should make a combination of improvements in the areas of parking, transit, and policy changes, according to officials.
University| March 28, 2011

U. of New Hampshire to get real-time info

School also has approval to launch year-round, weekday service to Rochester with stops in Barrington and Lee. The bulk of the money for both projects will come from the federal transportation department.
Bus| March 28, 2011

Web Extra: James Madison U. to limit on-campus vehicles to boost sustainability

Will change on-campus navigation with the addition of four gates, reconfigured parking lots around portions of the campus, some bike lane and crosswalk modifications, and the addition of a bus staging area.
University| March 28, 2011

UNC to hike already steep parking fees

If approved, the student transportation fee would rise from $73.50 to $142 at a rate of about $14 per year, beginning in the 2011-12 school year and continuing until 2015-16, which would help offset an expected $6.1M increase in transportation costs.
University| March 28, 2011

N.C. State may reroute engineering student buses

Since most College of Engineering classes are held on the Centennial Campus, where students don’t typically live, most students need to take the buses, which quickly become overcrowded.
University| March 28, 2011

Champaign-Urbana MTD installs U. of Illinois kiosks

Five information kiosks, displaying scheduled bus arrivals, anticipated wait times and re-routes, are currently in operation along routes on campus. The transit district will eventually install 22 kiosks.
Bus| March 28, 2011

W. Mich. U. launches mobile GPS app for on-campus bus system

Allows students to track bus locations in real-time online via their computer or mobile devices such as cell phones, iPods or iPads.

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