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King County Metro hosts APTA Annual

Bus| October 2, 2012
The Seattle network of transit systems allows visitors to conveniently reach a variety of points of interest, from the iconic Space Needle at the Seattle Center to the world-renowned Pike Place Market in downtown Seattle to the EMP Museum, featuring the Experience Music Project, and the Pacific Science Center.

EPA certifies Cummins ISX15 engine

Sustainability| October 1, 2012
The engine, which is equipped with high-efficiency water, fuel and lube pump systems, meets both the EPA 2013 regulations — which require near-zero emissions of NOx — and the new greenhouse gas and fuel-efficiency rules that will take effect in 2014.
Bus| October 1, 2012

Proterra battery-electric bus passes Altoona testing

The EcoRide BE35 battery-electric bus becomes the first heavy-duty electric transit bus to pass the FTA's testing. Additionally, the vehicle is found to have an average fuel economy of 22 mpg and the lowest noise of any bus ever tested, officials said.
University| October 1, 2012

Students, officials debate Boston U. weekend shuttle service

Althought students would like to use service to get to events and commute during inclement weather, demand during weekend days is too low to justify the financial and environmental costs.
University| October 1, 2012

U. of Minn. light rail construction creates access challenge

Work has reduced the number of accessible sidewalks and bus stops and caused changes to bus routes, making it more difficult for students, particularly those with disabilities, to get around campus.
University| October 1, 2012

Penn State students name best, worst bus stops

They share their strategies to catching the Centre Area Transportation Authority buses at the best places and times, and which bus stops they avoid due to overcrowding.
University| October 1, 2012

UT Survey: New developments for the Fall semester

Taking measures to accommodate growing ridership, dealing with driver staffing shortages and introducing new bus routes and vehicle features are keeping university transit operators busy as the Fall semester gets under way.
University| October 1, 2012

Zipcar opens at Gonzaga University

Each car is equipped with an electronic locking system that allows students to book car use online 24 hours a day. It costs $7.50 an hour or $69 a day, which pays for mileage, gas and insurance.
University| October 1, 2012

Rutgers U. bus service makes safety changes

The idea is to create a safety zone with the buses so cars and other buses won’t be inclined to go around through the crosswalk.
University| October 1, 2012

Consolidated transits could extend Clemson U. service

The idea surfaces at a time when both bus systems have been put into the same federal classification, meaning they will have to share federal funding for the first time.

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