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San Francisco unveils first 'bicycle bay'

Bus| December 3, 2012
Also known as a “jughandle,” it is the first of its kind in San Francisco. The bay allows bicyclists to stay safely in the bike lane to make a left turn.

Princeton U. transit project causes concern

University| December 3, 2012
Officials want to move a commuter rail station 460 feet south as part of a $300 million arts and transit project. Critics believe the change will cause conflict for cyclists, vehicles and pedestrians.
University| December 3, 2012

Boston universities unveil taxi fare card

A new partnership between CBORD, a provider of campus card and integrated security solutions to colleges and universities, and Creative Mobile Technologies, a supplier of in-taxi media and payment technologies, allows Emerson College and Suffolk University students to pay for taxi rides using campus card funds.
University| December 3, 2012

U. of Manitoba students vote for universal bus pass

The passes would give students unlimited access to Winnipeg Transit, but could cost the city and the province about $5 million.
University| December 3, 2012

UT Survey: Student requests

Late-night and off-campus services appear to be the most popular among the systems surveyed. An increase in bus routes ran a close second. One university just unveiled a trolley service and another is planning a parking app.
University| December 3, 2012

Penn St. earns 'bicycle friendly' status

The distinction honors the university’s commitment to bicycling and initiatives that promote a safe and convenient biking environment on campus.
University| December 3, 2012

N.C.’s Triangle Transit to operate Duke U. buses

Will take over operation of an express bus service that provides transportation between Duke and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in early 2013.
University| December 3, 2012

Ill.’s Bradley U. launches late-night shuttle

In response to an increase in requests for campus escort service over the last seven years, the university unveiled the Hilltop Safety Cruiser, a van that provides transportation for up to six passengers at a time.
University| December 3, 2012

Clemson U.’s Tiger Transit kicks off ‘cash cab’

CLEMSONLiVE, the university’s activities service, partnered with its transit system to give students a chance to win money and prizes. Students follow CLEMSONLiVE on Twitter to find out when they can win money and learn about upcoming events and Tiger Transit.
University| December 3, 2012

PATH to provide transit to U. of Pittsburgh

Will provide pre-paid transit access for approximately 40,000 students, faculty and staff for the next five years.

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