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Hampton Roads may cut free rides for college students

University| April 8, 2013
Because of the agency’s budgetary problems, an APTA review recommended it cut or raise rates on a program that provides free transportation for college students, whose colleges pay an annual fee to participate.

RTC breaks ground on UNLV transit center

University| April 8, 2013
Scheduled to open this fall, the 6,460-square-foot facility is located within walking distance of key facilities, including the Thomas & Mack Center, Cox Pavilion, and various academic and administrative buildings.
University| April 8, 2013

Georgetown U.: Extend D.C. streetcar to main campus

Would mean three Georgetown campuses would be located along the same streetcar line: the law campus, the new Georgetown downtown campus and ideally the main campus in upper northwest D.C.
University| April 8, 2013

TransLink awarded $34M for U-Pass program

The discounted pass is an initiative from the government, TransLink, students and their schools, to help encourage 140,000 students to use public transit.
Accessibility| April 5, 2013

ARBOC, Freightliner announce partnership

Through the partnership, which started in fall 2012, the manufacturers are working in a close, collaborative process to develop a customized, dedicated chassis for ARBOC’s highly anticipated Spirit of Liberty product line.
Bus| April 5, 2013

Omnitrans CNG buses approach 100M miles

The newest additions to the fleet are 60-foot, articulated vehicles for the sbX bus rapid transit line set to launch in 2014.
Bus| April 5, 2013

Detroit looking at bus rapid transit

Planners are seeking public input on a proposed 27-mile route that would operate along the proposed 3.4-mile Woodward Avenue light rail project.
Bus| April 4, 2013

BYD to build electric bus assemby plant in Calif.

Will break ground on May 1 for an assembly plant in Lancaster, Calif. The operation will be located in a defunct recreational vehicle manufacturing plant on a 13-acre site.
Bus| April 4, 2013

Estonian capital offers free public transit for all residents

The free ride program, which will cost the city some $16 million annually in lost ticket sales, has surpassed expectations, with ridership up 10%.
Bus| April 4, 2013

NJ Transit: No fare hike planned

The decision was made despite the state accruing more than $2 billion in Superstorm Sandy-related expenses and tapping out its snow removal budget.

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