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Pregnant lacrosse coach among 2 dead in Pa. bus crash

Motorcoach| March 18, 2013
Kristina Quigley, 30, who was six months pregnant, died from injuries at a local hospital, while the 61-year-old bus driver, Anthony Guaetta, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Georgetown adds new shuttle service

University| March 18, 2013
Will use 22-passenger busses and cost $12,000 for the remaining eight weeks of the semester.
University| March 18, 2013

Chicago Transit board approves new U-Pass terms

Also approves an intergovernmental agreement with City Colleges of Chicago for the transfer of two CTA buses to be used at Olive Harvey College for new transportation-related courses offered by its “College to Careers” initiative.
Bus| March 18, 2013

N.Y. MTA awards Cubic $27M contract

The agency is rolling out the GPS-based system across the remaining three boroughs after last year’s successful launch in Staten Island and the Bronx. Cubic will install the MTA’s Bus Hardware System on approximately 3,800 buses serving Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.
Motorcoach| March 18, 2013

Coach USA, subsidiaries add 51 MCI coaches

New models come equipped with three-point passenger seat belts, wheelchair lifts, Wi-Fi, 110-volt and power outlets, GPS and Saucon Asset Tracking systems. Electronic stability control, SmarTire and a fire suppression system are standard safety features.
Bus| March 18, 2013

Pope rides bus instead of papal limousine

As archbishop, he was frequently seen riding on transit buses and taking the regional subway system to visit Catholic parishes and attend meetings.
University| March 18, 2013

U. of Wis. budget includes $12K increase for buses

In part due to a compromise to pay for part of the costs requested by University of Wisconsin Transportation Services and partly because of a projected increase in the cost of renting services from Madison Metro.
University| March 18, 2013

Oregon State U. launches shuttle to curb parking

Transit and Parking Services launched a free shuttle service for anyone on the campus, since parking has become more difficult due to the campus becoming more built up and the city of Corvallis rapidly expanding.
University| March 18, 2013

Boston U. students want more frequent shuttles in bad weather

They said the university’s shuttle service is inconsistent in bad weather, especially during the winter months. A university spokesperson said the university does not increase bus service due to low temperatures or inclement weather because it is “impractical and cost prohibitive.”
University| March 18, 2013

U. of Arizona offers free shuttle after campus robberies

Following three robberies in the past month on the University of Arizona, Tucson campus, students are using SafeRide, a free shuttle service. The Associated Students of the University of Arizona pay for the fleet of about a dozen vehicles.

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