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Milwaukee County Transit names new managing director

Bus| June 3, 2013
Throughout his career, Mike Giugno has placed a priority on security. He led efforts to meet established Homeland Security requirements for transit systems, while working to enhance on-bus security programs.

Fed agencies progress toward energy, sustainability goals

Sustainability| June 3, 2013
Directed to reduce their carbon pollution, increase renewable energy use, and meet energy and water efficiency goals.
University| June 3, 2013

Cincinnati's Metro breaks ground on new transit district

Construction will begin soon; completion is expected by late 2013 or early 2014.
University| June 3, 2013

Lane Transit raising U. of Oregon student fees

The students’ bus privilege is paid for through student fees that they pay along with their tuition to the university.
Bus| June 3, 2013

Hill Intl. to manage construction for NJ Transit

The three-year contract has an estimated value of $3.5 million.
University| June 3, 2013

Longtime U. of Minn. transportation dir. to retire

During his 23 years as head of parking and transportation services, Bob W. Baker expanded parking space on campus by 50%, started the U-Pass program and advocated for the university’s interests in the Central Corridor light rail line’s intersection of campus.
Bus| June 3, 2013

Study: Employer support for transit increasing in urban areas

Major American employers, such as universities, hospitals and business coalitions, are organizing and winning better public transportation in many metro areas, according to Good Jobs First, a national policy resource center for grassroots groups and public officials.
University| June 3, 2013

U. of Utah electric shuttle bus plans advancing

Will begin running a prototype of the bus from campus housing to its main campus in the fall. Officials are also planning an extension of the shuttle’s route. Construction on that project is set to begin in late 2014.
University| June 3, 2013

Mich. university students opting for buses over parking

Fewer are buying campus parking permits, bringing the number of purchases down by 23%. Data show that parking permit sales have fallen steadily since the 2005-06 academic year, despite growing enrollment.
University| June 3, 2013

UC Riverside unveils new shuttle service

Will provide students with one-way transportation to homes located within three-mile radius of the campus. Creating the service was the top recommendation from the University Task Force on Safety, which was formed to address a rash of robberies and assaults around campus.

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