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Little Rock, Ark. university fleet features battery, solar vehicles

University| April 6, 2015

The fleet is made up of three 12-passenger shuttles operating on campus routes and three eight-passenger transit “taxis” that will be driven by campus security.

Ohio State, COTA to offer discount pass to faculty, staff

University| April 6, 2015

They will now have the option of purchasing discounted COTA monthly fares for local routes via pre-tax payroll deduction. After enrolling in payroll deduction, the program will require participating employees to obtain a new BuckID and “swipe it” for unlimited access to local COTA fixed routes, beginning May 1, 2015.

University| April 6, 2015

U. of Waterloo team creates winning transit routing app

Working as a team, the three students developed PredictION, a transit modeling and routing application that helps citizens to visualize, analyze, and compare routes and service areas between existing and proposed transit systems.

University| April 6, 2015

Valdosta St. offering advertising opportunities

The ads will be featured inside specially designed internal displays on Blazer Shuttle Express buses. Blazer Shuttle Express is the transportation system used by students, faculty and staff at Valdosta State University to navigate around the campus.

Bus| April 3, 2015

CHK America wins bus stop improvement contract for GRTC

The three-tiered project will include redesigning the information for more than 2,000 stops throughout the Greater RIchmond Transit Company's service area.

Rail| April 3, 2015

80-mile commute shows challenges faced by many working in Silicon Valley

Ronnie Thomas commutes 80 miles from Stockton by bike, bus and train to his job at Stanford University as a dining employee.

Management & Operations| April 3, 2015

Why did AC Transit's top exec leave?

Armijo, credited by directors and others with bringing the district out of financial difficulties, creating a budget reserve and improving service, said he went three years with only one pay increase, "and it was delayed for 10 months," according to the report.

Government Issues| April 3, 2015

$500M in TIGER funding available for transportation projects

The program's discretionary grants will fund capital investments in surface transportation infrastructure and will be awarded on a competitive basis to projects that will have a significant impact on the nation, a region or metropolitan area.

Management & Operations| April 3, 2015

Milwaukee's unique bus passes on way out

The Milwaukee County Transit System doesn't have a date set yet for the final phaseout of print passes, but the agency has already cut weekly production from 40,000 passes to 10,000 passes.

Management & Operations| April 2, 2015

New Pierce Transit CEO began career as bus driver

Susan Dreier comes to Pierce County after serving as COO at Salem-Keizer Transit, a public transportation system based in Salem, Ore.

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