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UT Survey: Advertising on buses a mixed bag

University| August 31, 2012

Some university transportation system operators we interviewed said they allow exterior bus advertising to bring in more revenue or to promote the university. Others say that being based in areas with small advertising markets means extra effort but not revenue.

University, DCTA do not renew contract

University| August 31, 2012
Texas Women's University made its decision because the cost for DCTA to provide the service has escalated greatly since the two entered into their first contract in 2005.
University| August 31, 2012

Iowa's Graceland U. adds car sharing option

UhaulCarShare is placing one vehicle, a Mazda 3, on campus for the start of the 2012 fall semester. The vehicle will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to all students, faculty and staff members, 18 years of age and older.
University| August 31, 2012

N.C. State changes transportation system

Include increasing the number of routes, speeding up the route times and having more stops in residential destinations The university also added five new night routes, with four running during the week.
Bus| August 31, 2012

Las Vegas RTC center attains LEED certification

The Bonneville Transit Center becomes only the third building in all of Southern Nevada to achieve Platinum certification, the highest level of recognition from LEED, the nation’s preeminent program for the design, construction and operation of high performance green buildings.
Bus| August 30, 2012

N.C. transit chief leaving to head Kansas system

Steve Spade, director of Chapel Hill Transit for the past six years, is leaving to take a position as transit director for Wichita Transit. During his leadership, the agency acquired its first hybrid and articulated buses and created a collaborative relationship with community partners.
Accessibility| August 30, 2012

MBTA, MDOT board members asked to reapply

The recently approved MBTA bailout law, which sent $49 million to the financially struggling transit authority, included a provision to create a new transportation board.
Rail| August 30, 2012

Alstom, Balfour wins U.K. signaling contract

On successful delivery of the fully working prototype phase, in 2013, focus will move to the national rollout of the system.
Bus| August 30, 2012

Calif. area adds 'Flex' bus service

The new service, offered by North County Transit District, is an effort to "make up" for some of the traditional routes that have been cut in communities including Solana Beach and Encinitas.
Bus| August 30, 2012

RIPTA CEO placed on leave during security probe

Officials said that the decision was made so state police could complete the review of the agency more effectively. The review stems from an incident in which someone covered security cameras in a room where cash fares are counted.

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