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Wichita U. changes dorm parking plan, lays off 9 shuttle drivers

University| June 8, 2015

Administration created the new transportation system a year ago to try to alleviate crowded campus parking and provide Shocker Hall students with 24/7 access to their cars. University officials said they expect to realize financial savings, as well as make students living in the dorm happier.

Oregon State congestion-reducing parking strategy enters year 2

University| June 8, 2015

The key component of the program is a zonal pricing system that charges students, faculty and staff more to park closer to the campus core and less to park further away and shuttle in.

University| June 8, 2015

R.I. university first to offer SafeStop real-time info app

Will provide Salve Regina University students with a real-time map feature that displays the location of the university's shuttle bus, estimated arrival times at their bus stop, and an alerts and messaging center to relay important service information from the university or transportation provider.

Management & Operations| June 5, 2015

Uber chief touts service as answer to public transportation gaps

Recently introduced UberPOOL, which has multiple passengers and destinations in one ride.

Bus| June 5, 2015

N.Y. MTA's Bus Time now available as an app

Users previously accessed the service on a desktop or smartphone by logging in to the mobile website or via text message and QR code based access. Customers who prefer to access MTA Bus Time through the mobile website may continue to do so, while the app offers a downloadable option that saves time and effort.

Bus| June 5, 2015

Chicago bus driver who ran red light, killed pedestrian cited

Sources said the driver stopped fully for a red light at Lake and Michigan Ave., and then for an unknown reason, started driving through the red and caused the crash. Police are looking into whether the bus driver had a medical emergency while driving.

Rail| June 5, 2015

K.C. streetcar to feature high-tech 'Smart City' services

Will include a Wi-Fi network along the 2.2-mile streetcar route,  smart lighting, cameras and sensors, plus interactive digital kiosks that can provide information about local cultural events, food and entertainment, other businesses and city services such as the 311 Action Center, the report said.

Management & Operations| June 5, 2015

Gov. Baker unveils $83 million MBTA winter resiliency plan

Calls for investments this summer and over the next five years in snow removal equipment, infrastructure upgrades and operations during harsh weather to improve service reliability.

Motorcoach| June 4, 2015

Arrow Stage Lines launches new website

A number of the new enhancements include graphical parallax components for a visually streamlined experience, regional specific responsive quick quoting systems with dynamic pre-fill vehicle options and a multi-channel consumer-sales communication structure.

Security and Safety | June 4, 2015

Amtrak's CEO pledges to implement PTC in wake of crash

The technology was already installed on tracks Amtrak owns in the Northeast Corridor from Boston to Washington, but it wasn't in operation when Amtrak Northeast Regional train 188 entered a curve in Philadelphia at 106 mph on May 12.

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