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Stimulus funds help U. of Ark. expand service

University| September 13, 2010
Last year Razorback Transit applied for and received federal grants to buy five new 40-foot, low-floor transit buses, which are now in service on campus.

U. of Michigan opens expanded transit center

Bus| September 13, 2010
Funding came from a combination of $2.4M in state and federal transportation and ARRA funds from the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority, and $2.1M from U-M business and finance, parking and utility resources.
University| September 13, 2010

British Columbia students beat transit bus on foot

In a Beat-the-Bus competition, both a cyclist and a runner beat a TransLink bus in completing a 12-mile route. Students plan to argue that service must be improved.
University| September 13, 2010

Web Extra: Elon University expands bus route for student workers, volunteers

Launched last February to make volunteering easier for students who want to do community service and to work downtown, the route now includes stops at a high school and a Wal-Mart.
University| September 13, 2010

Mich. transit bus route offers more direct campus access

Dedicated loop connecting Bay County riders to Delta College and Saginaw State University should reduce wait times.
University| September 13, 2010

U. of Wash. athletics launches transportation Website

Provides parking, maps and traffic flow information for the general public for all UW home sporting events. Some changes have resulted from the voter-approved Sound Transit construction project.
University| September 13, 2010

U. of N. Iowa dedicates transit center

Features 587 parking spaces, an elevator, vending machines, a waiting area and restrooms in the pavilion as well as 10 lockers for bicycles. Additional improvements were made during construction to areas adjacent to the facility for added pedestrian safety.
University| September 13, 2010

Green Bay renews U-Pass agreement with city

UW-Green Bay will reimburse the city $35,000. The subsidy is made possible with revenue from the sale of campus parking permits and by student leaders delegating a portion of their activity fees toward unlimited use of city bus services.
Motorcoach| September 10, 2010

Germany may lift ban on intercity bus travel

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government plans to deregulate travel, which would legalize the service.
Bus| September 10, 2010

Dallas Cowboys' game-day traffic ranks among worst in NFL

The football team's new 100,000-capacity stadium roused some critics' ire for its location in Arlington, a suburb that is America's largest city without mass transit.

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