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Ridesharing seeing notable growth among college students

University| September 22, 2014
Uber, Lyft and other similar brands, are keen to expand their user bases by offering ridesharing services at competitive prices.

Princeton Dinky advocacy group will not appeal decision

Rail| September 22, 2014
The Surface Transportation Board ruled in July that New Jersey Transit is exempt from federal oversight. Two lawsuits filed by residents and the group Save the Dinky are still active at the New Jersey Appellate Division level.
University| September 22, 2014

Penn St. forms student transportation commission

Representatives will meet monthly with Transportation Services leadership to discuss questions and concerns raised by University students as well as upcoming projects and initiatives.
University| September 22, 2014

Ohio University highlights new transportation programs

The school's transportation and parking services department has added GPS technology to track campus shuttles, a new car-sharing network and more.
University| September 22, 2014

Calif. transit, college partner for free rides

Effective immediately, any Victor Valley College student can ride all Victor Valley Transit Authority regional, county and deviated routes for free by presenting a valid student ID or ASB Card.
Motorcoach| September 19, 2014

ABC delivering Van Hools to San Antonio, New Orleans

Daisy Charters is adding eight new CX45s while Louisiana Motor Coach will begin taking delivery of the first four 2015 Van Hool CX 2045s and CX 2045Ls in New Orleans this month.
Bus| September 19, 2014

Ind.'s Transpo adds first New Flyer CNG bus

The vehicle is the first of 16 new vehicles the agency is adding and the first new bus at the agency in 11 years.
Bus| September 19, 2014

Woman struck, killed by N.Y. MTA bus

Witnesses say the woman dropped her phone as she got off the bus, which then pulled off. The driver was unaware of the accident and kept driving until witnesses chased him down.
Rail| September 19, 2014

Honolulu building rail system of the future

Instead of human drivers, a centrally-located computer system will control stops, departures, and speed, and even open and close doors. HART officials expect operations to be cheaper and safer.
Government Issues| September 19, 2014

House panel approves Amtrak overhaul

The Northeast Corridor operating between Boston and Washington also would be the only part of the passenger rail system to qualify for high-speed rail funding – to improve the speed of its Acela trains.

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