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U. of Nebraska-Lincoln may extend transit fee

University| August 20, 2012
University also launches car sharing partnership with Zipcar.

U. of Mich.-Flint revamps bus, adds route

University| August 20, 2012
Repainted the shuttle bus that serves the campus. The bus will begin traveling the Mass Transportation Authority’s Downtown/Campus Route 14.
University| August 20, 2012

Texas A&M bus ID policy not enforced

Transportation Services posted signs on its off-campus bus routes saying riders need a student or faculty ID from A&M or Blinn College to use the service primarily as a deterrent. Officials say checking every rider’s ID would slow down entry to the buses.
University| August 20, 2012

Clemson U. to continue CAT bus service

City officials say the university’s share of the cost of those operations is about $1.15 million for fiscal year 2012-013.
University| August 20, 2012

S.C. State presses forward with transportation center

Even with severe budget issues, the university continues to hold aside $1.6 million from its 2012-2013 budget for construction of the next building in the troubled complex.
University| August 20, 2012

U. of Md., Baltimore launches shuttle service

Smartphone users can access wait and ride times through an app, and the buses feature bike racks, accessibility and Wi-Fi.
University| August 20, 2012

UT Profile: Students take the reins for U. of Montana transit system

Board is composed of all students who oversee an annual budget of $1 million. Students are also trained drivers.
Sustainability| August 20, 2012

UC Davis lauded for sustainability efforts

Offers extensive transportation system that includes the student-run Unitrans bus service, which serves the campus and adjoining city with 49 natural-gas-powered buses that carry 21,000 riders a day, 42 miles of bike paths and more than 20,000 bicycle parking spaces.
University| August 20, 2012

U. of Utah negotiates 10-year transit pass deal

The university would pay an annual flat sum — $3.7 million this year — with a preset schedule of increases. The deal still requires U. trustees approval.
Bus| August 17, 2012

Obama Administration: Use or lose earmarks

Effective immediately, state departments of transportation will have the ability to use their unspent earmarked highway funds, some of which are nearly 10 years old, on any eligible highway, transit, passenger rail or port project.

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