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Ohio university expands shuttle service, adds parking permits

University| September 9, 2013
In response to a spike in demand for campus transportation, Youngstown State University expanded its shuttle service and distributed more parking passes. The university is covering the costs of these services with a new transportation fee, which includes a parking permit and unlimited access to the shuttle.

Harvard opens free shuttle to area residents

University| September 9, 2013
Last spring, residents demanded access to the shuttles. In return, they agreed to support Harvard’s plan to relocate campus service facilities in Allston.
University| September 9, 2013

Northwest Mo. State U. launches Safe Ride Shuttle

The new bus is part of the university’s Safe Ride Home program. It will be able to carry 13 riders at a time, more than double the number of riders that the program’s minivans can carry.
Accessibility| September 6, 2013

Agreement leads to VPG purchase

Production, sales and product development of the MV-1 is expected to resume in approximately 45 days under a new company name, Mobility Ventures LLC.
Bus| September 5, 2013

Task force appointed to reform Chicago area transit network

Gov. Pat Quinn asked the group to develop ways to eliminate waste, fraud and abuse at the CTA, Metra and Pace, as well as the oversight agency, the Regional Transportation Authority, and to streamline overall system operations.
Bus| September 5, 2013

RTC Southern Nevada opens university transit center

The agency also launched a new student transit pass program and the pilot for a contactless fare payment system.
Rail| September 5, 2013

San Diego transit launches mobile ticketing pilot

A mobile ticketing app that lets riders use their smartphones to purchase day passes when riding the Trolley to Chargers and Aztecs football games this season.
Government Issues| September 5, 2013

Feds to resume sending funds to Calif. transits

Billions of dollars tabbed for transit projects were being withheld amid a dispute over cuts to public employee pension benefits.
Bus| September 5, 2013

Rural Colo. BRT line opens

Roaring Fork Transportation Authority’s VelociRFTA is the first rural BRT line in the nation.
Bus| September 5, 2013

San Antonio VIA BRT service wins award

The Institute of Transportation Engineers recognized VIA Metropolitan Transit’s VIA Primo service with its Transportation Achievement award. VIA Primo, which began operations in December 2012, is the San Antonio region’s first bus rapid transit line.

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