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U. of Wash. could lower parking tax to fund U-PASS

University| July 12, 2010
Tax shuffle could shift funds to university transportation programs.

UNLV gets $2.8M for transit center

Bus| July 12, 2010
The U.S. DOT grant, received by the RTC of Southern Nevada, will be applied to connecting UNLV to downtown Las Vegas and the northwest valley via the new ACExpress C Line. Additionally, a future BRT line will connect the campus and the transit center.
University| July 12, 2010

UW-Madison faces transportation budget gap

Proposals to bridge the budget gap include raising parking fees and charging university employees for bus passes for the first time.
University| July 12, 2010

Bay Metro shuttle to serve local colleges

Bay Metro, having already set up a shuttle service to one area university, will start serving two more colleges this fall with buses running Mondays through Thursdays.
Bus| July 12, 2010

Impostor takes D.C. Metro customers for a ride

He was eventually arrested and charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle and fleeing an accident.
Management & Operations| July 12, 2010

UMA, NTA set first co-located show for 2013

The co-located show will bring together 2,000 buyers with thousands of supplier and destination partners.
Motorcoach| July 12, 2010

Calif.'s St. Mary's College renews athletics contract with coach co.

As the "Official Motor Coach" provider for SMC Athletics, El Camino will service all SMC's ground transportation needs.
University| July 12, 2010

Cal State East Bay launches shuttle service

Shuttle will connect to Hayward, Calif., BART station. University ID is required for passengers.
Rail| July 9, 2010

Calif. high-speed group pushes back against study

The Institute's report said that patronage models for the $42-billion first phase were too flawed to accurately predict whether the trains would run severe deficits or generate large operating surpluses, as planners predict.
Bus| July 9, 2010

Foothill Transit pilots electric bus

If the bus is successful for its initial route slated for September, officials say, a second route could be changed to use an electric bus.

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