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New apartment complex leaves U. of S. Carolina looking for options

University| August 18, 2014
With no shuttle service set to provide transportation to and from a new complex, dubbed The Hub, students will have to drive, walk, bike or use the city bus to get to school.

'Pop-up' bus co. Bridj to expand service in Boston area

Bus| August 15, 2014
The company had been testing three routes using fixed pickups, will operate with an initial capacity of about 500 riders a day and scale up to 15,000 passengers over time.
Accessibility| August 15, 2014

King County Metro to offer $1.50 fare card for low-income riders

The agency, which said it will lose $7 million to $9 million to subsidize these rides and cover the processing costs, is only the second big U.S. transit agency, after San Francisco, to offer low-income discounts.
Rail| August 15, 2014

Are Feds to blame for lack of high-speed rail network?

An article by CityLab suggests the cause of not having a high-speed rail system in the U.S. is that we have a political system in which the federal government, having devolved virtually all decision-making power to states, cannot prioritize one project over another in the national interest.
Rail| August 15, 2014

Phoenix Mayor forms committee to explore transportation options

The committee will be made up of citizens and led by former U.S. Secretary of Transportation and former director of the Arizona DOT Mary Peters.
Accessibility| August 15, 2014

APTA: Public transportation users save $10,064 annually

The savings are based on the cost of commuting by public transportation compared to the cost of owning and driving a vehicle, which includes the average national gas price of $3.47 per gallon.
Bus| August 15, 2014

Denver RTD extends Veolia 'Group 25 Services' contract

Will continue to provide operations and maintenance services to serving approximately 7.5 million passengers annually utilizing 325 employees and 107 buses.
Bus| August 14, 2014

BusCon 2014 to offer robust transit education program

Alternative fuels will also be addressed in a session led by Lynn McLean of the Flint (Mich.) Mass Transportation Authority on Tuesday, Sept. 16 at 8:30am, where a case study on implementing propane autogas will be explored.
Accessibility| August 14, 2014

Mont. bus service to operate fare-free

It expected the program will increase ridership by 45%, reduce operating costs, and speed-up boarding times, according to the report.
Bus| August 14, 2014

'Guns Save Lives' ads return to Phoenix bus stops

Following a nearly four-year fight to keep them off, the emotionally-charged advertisements have returned to Phoenix bus shelters.The city conceded that battle earlier this summer after it lost an appeals court ruling.

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