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Brown U. expansion includes comprehensive transportation plan

University| November 4, 2013
Intent is to rely on several modes of transportation as it expands into the Jewelry District, including pedestrian and bicycles, to maintain the intimate, walkable feel of College Hill.

U. of Chicago adding card readers to all shuttles

University| November 4, 2013
Previously, members of the university were “encouraged” to display a valid UCID when boarding a shuttle, with the policy not being strictly enforced.
University| November 4, 2013

Ridership on U. of Tenn. system up 55%

Amounts to an increase of 96,078 primarily student passengers. The increase is attributed to UT branding on new buses run by First Transit, making them more visible, and bus tracking technology.
University| November 4, 2013

Toronto area students launch survey, call for more transit access

The survey asks about the routes and services students use; when students use transit the most; and whether they use or would use services such as request stop programs or discounts for college and university students. Students are also organizing a series of campus town halls to raise awareness about public transit.
University| November 4, 2013

U. of La. Lafayette names new transportation director

Cheri Soileau previously worked as a senior transit planner for the Denton County Transportation Authority and planned and scheduled bus routes, including nine university shuttles, for the University of North Texas.
Bus| November 1, 2013

Red Sox parade expected to generate 2 million public transit rides

The MBTA will run rush hour-level service throughout the day Saturday to accommodate the hundreds of thousands expected to throng the city for the team's World Series victory parade,
Bus| October 31, 2013

N.Y. bus driver saves woman from jumping off bridge

Darnell Barton, a Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority bus operator, was taking 20 students home from school we he spotted the woman perched outside the guardrail over the expressway and coaxed her away from danger. After Barton gave a statement to the police, he continued driving his route.
Management & Operations| October 31, 2013

Scientists helped save subway from Sandy

A climate scientist, was one of the people perhaps most responsible for showing how such epic flooding would affect the city's subways, which prompted the MTA's preparations before the storm hit.
Government Issues| October 31, 2013

Ontario plans to sell 'green bonds' to fund transit, infrastructure

Finance Minister Charles Sousa said there is a pent-up demand among ecologically minded investors for these bonds, which he hopes will enable the government to pay a lower interest rate than they do on conventional bonds, according to the report.
Accessibility| October 31, 2013

More than 1,000 So. Cal. advocates gather to support transit

The 12th annual Mobility 21 Southern California Transportation Summit attendees learned about harnessing the power of new technology, the importance of investing in the maintenance of existing infrastructure and more

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