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UPDATE: 7 killed in Calif. coach collision, bus had repeated citations

Motorcoach| February 5, 2013
The tour bus crash in Southern California left seven dead and dozens injured. The bus had a history of brake and other maintenance issues that drew scrutiny from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

FTA provides $2B in aid for Hurricane Sandy damage

Accessibility| February 4, 2013
Money will reimburse transit agencies for extraordinary expenses incurred to protect workers and equipment, and support urgently needed repairs to seriously damaged transit systems and facilities in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and elsewhere.
Bus| February 4, 2013

App allows UGA students to locate buses

RouteShout's location system is still in the installation and testing phases, and will not be fully functional until after spring break.
Bus| February 4, 2013

Canadian grad students to vote on bus pass deal

The University of Saskatchewan's graduate student association has reached a tentative deal with Saskatoon Transit Services to buy four-month passes for $110.85.
University| February 4, 2013

Southeast Mo. St. to open new transportation hub

The new “transportation nexus” will cover a bit more than 1,000 square feet and will be able to accommodate more than 100 students at a time when it opens for the 2013-2014 school year.
University| February 4, 2013

NYU modifies bus routes

The transportation department collaborated with several local representatives for input and feedback before any of the bus route service changes were finalized.
Bus| February 4, 2013

Report: Rising gas prices may make public transit more attractive to Hoosiers

A 10% increase in gas prices over several years will increase bus ridership by 3.4% while a sudden 10% spike in gas prices is associated with a 1.15% increase in bus ridership in Indiana.
University| February 4, 2013

Calif. U. proposes off-campus shuttle

Santa Clara University’s student government is looking into providing an official shuttle bus service to help students get to and from their favorite off-campus locations. The idea is based on the previous “Safe Walk” program, in which students called in to be accompanied to and from any near-campus location.
University| February 4, 2013

Fla. coach carrier extends route to U. of South Fla.

In response to student feedback, Orlando, Fla.-based RedCoach is extending one of its routes to include a stop at the University of South Florida campus, joining two of its other stops in the Tampa area.
University| February 4, 2013

Georgia Tech student transportation alternative sees success

Green Operated Transit Carrying Humanity Around (GOTCHA) rides is drawing more interest from students since it was established on campus last October. Georgia Tech is the fifth college campus to use the service.

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