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Nashville MTA partners with Google Transit

Bus| October 13, 2009
Riders will now be able to quickly and simply customize their route, access information on mobile phones and calculate the fare for their trip online.

San Francisco Muni unveils LRV safety program

Rail| October 12, 2009
Agency created a decal for placement on all Muni LRVs that warns motorists to stop when passengers are exiting the vehicles.
University| October 12, 2009

University of Mich. considers campus transit options

U-M officials say every option is on the table, including intra-city rail and trolleys, to connect North and Central Campuses.
University| October 12, 2009

Texas college to pilot free bus pass program

The initial cost of the program will be $250,000, covered by funds from the parking fee increase that went into effect this fall.
University| October 12, 2009

U. Nebraska to curb parking violations, collect fines

Parking Services began applying wheel locks to the vehicles of individuals who have unpaid citations. The wheel locks, commonly known as "boots," can be applied to any vehicle with any unpaid citation that is older than 30 days.
University| October 12, 2009

Ala. uses Twitter, Facebook for campus traffic info

Students can quickly find out which streets and sidewalks will be closed due to construction, road repairs or special events.
Bus| October 12, 2009

TIGGER grant to fund NCTD sustainability plan

Agency will use the $2 million discretionary grant to make alternative energy technology investments that will assist in the reduction of energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
Bus| October 12, 2009

Ark. city, UCA may partner on future transit

The city of Conway may take over the University’s intercampus bus system and form a two-route city bus network.
University| October 12, 2009

Veolia wins Stanford shuttle bus contract

Three-year contract comprises 43-bus fleet serving entire campus, including the medical center. The service also extends to two Caltrain stations.
Bus| October 12, 2009

Florida university debuts 'green' parking garage

The $20 million complex offers several environmentally-friendly features, including a denser parking garage that takes up less space and offers more parking spots, more bicycle and moped spots and storage spaces and easy access to public transportation.

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