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U. of Wis. students review bus improvements

University| November 19, 2012
Madison Metro presented to University of Wisconsin, Madison students some proposed bus route improvements, including more frequency and accessibility for students with disabilities.

Calif. U. unveils new transit station

University| November 19, 2012
California State University, Northridge’s new station for Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority buses enables students to get to their classes without having to pay for a parking spot or search for parking.
University| November 19, 2012

Man who stole U. of Mich. bus had keys

The former driver, who was fired two years before, pleaded guilty to receiving and concealing stolen property — a lesser offense than what he was charged with — in October. He is scheduled to be sentenced next month.
University| November 19, 2012

U. of Tenn. preparing for new bus system

The new bus system will be named by UT students and tailored to fit the university.
Sustainability| November 19, 2012

Utah St. demos electric bus

The Aggie Bus rolled onto the streets carrying passengers just 16 months after USU demonstrated the first high-power, high-efficiency wireless power transfer system capable of transferring enough energy to quickly charge an electric vehicle.
University| November 19, 2012

Florida Tech. moving students with San Francisco trolleys

Unveiled its Panther Trolley System, with two routes and two San Francisco trolleys, in an attempt to offer a unique mode of transportation and make commuting across campus safer.
University| November 19, 2012

Cornell students call for more late night van service

Signed an online petition asking for an expansion of the B.L.U. E. late-night shuttle program, citing concerns about “the prevalence of hate crimes and increased reporting about public sexual assault.”
University| November 19, 2012

Mass. college, transit partner for expansion

Williams College is paying for the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority’s pilot expansion of weekday bus service. The project includes a pilot texting option that lets riders notify the bus company of their presence at one of the new "On Demand" bus stops.
Motorcoach| November 16, 2012

James River expands safety initiative

Will install seat belts on all of its motorcoaches by Spring 2013; add a driving simulator; conduct extensive background checks covering national and local databases and pre-employment personality testing to ensure compatibility with corporate values; and add a customer service training department.
Bus| November 16, 2012

OCTA's Will Kempton to retire

Has accepted the position of executive director for Transportation California and plans to leave the agency in February 2013.

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