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U. of Maryland students to lose free bus route

University| July 23, 2012
Department of Transportation Services will stop running a bus from the University of Maryland campus to Prince George’s Plaza and University Town Center except for Saturdays. Town Center managers will no longer pay for the service, which costs $87,900 annually.

Mich. State partners to renovate Amtrak station

Bus| July 23, 2012
The university and Capital Area Transportation Authority and the city of East Lansing will use a $6.28 million grant to renovate the East Lansing Amtrak Station.
University| July 23, 2012

Utah Transit plan to end free passes may hurt students

The agency is considering eliminating all discounted and free passes in its plan to switch from flat fees to distance-based fares. One-third of University of Utah students and staff use free transit passes.
University| July 23, 2012

UT Profile: Diverse fleet helps Yale service navigate urban routes

The fleet includes 45 vehicles that run on B20 biodiesel. At peak times, there are 20 to 22 vehicles on the road and 12 to 15 in the evenings. Peak school year ridership is between 40,000 to 50,000 passengers a week.
Sustainability| July 23, 2012

N.J. school honored for eco-friendly practices

Drew University's newest green transportation option, a shared, low-cost shuttle service that runs in a continuous loop between Drew, downtown Madison, the College of St. Elizabeth and Fairleigh Dickinson University, launched in September.
University| July 23, 2012

UW- Madison ends SAFEride cab service

The service, which offered each student six free late-night cab rides per semester within the campus area, was funded entirely through mandatory student segregated fees.
University| July 23, 2012

U. of Arkansas debuts real-time bus app

The new feature can show any bus route, where the bus is on any selected route and where it is going, with the position updated every 10 seconds.
Rail| July 20, 2012

SEPTA honored for rail station design

Named a recipient of the 2011 Brunel International Railway Design Awards for innovative engineering design and first-class upgrades to the Fort Washington, Ambler and North Wales Regional Rail Stations.
Bus| July 20, 2012

N.Y. MTA, LIRR enhance services

Adding and extending service on almost 40 bus, subway and commuter rail lines. The investments will be phased in over several months and will cost an additional $29 million per year to operate when fully implemented. They are paid for with increased revenue generated by additional ridership and savings from the agency’s efforts to contain costs.
Motorcoach| July 20, 2012

Relief drivers required for Japanese long-haul night buses

The move was introduced in the wake of a tragic bus accident in April, in which the driver, who admitted to being asleep at the wheel, crashed into a wall killing seven passengers and injured 39.

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