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LSU sees results from revamping campus transit

University| February 27, 2012
With a fleet of 23 buses, the LSU Tiger Trails Transit System provides a safe, convenient and free bus service for LSU students, faculty, staff and visitors, both on and off campus, serving approximately one million, annually.

U. of Toledo limits bus radio options

University| February 27, 2012
Officials ordered that radios be locked into one station with one volume setting after a student complained about a driver playing a far-right Christian political channel at a high volume.
University| February 27, 2012

U. of Missouri officials visit college town bus systems

City of Columbia officials and student representatives are taking trips to three local college towns to learn more about their transit systems, as city proposes an $80 student fee to improve its own bus system.
Rail| February 24, 2012

FTA's Rogoff tours DART Green Line

Under the President's proposed FY 2013 budget, Dallas area residents could see more than a 6% increase in federal transit funding compared to FY 2012 estimates.
Rail| February 24, 2012

L.A. Metro pushes again for fare evasion lockdown

Transportation officials once again are making a case for locking fare gates to anyone without a ticket at several rail stations, citing millions of dollars in lost revenue and a system that charges some and lets others ride for free.
Bus| February 24, 2012

Boehner, GOP rethink $260B authorization bill

Democrats on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, who felt they did not have a hand in writing the bill, applauded the news and are hopeful to be more involved in the process.
Rail| February 24, 2012

Sound Transit 'shovel ready' light rail plan approved

The plan gives the agency a green light to immediately move forward with a conceptual engineering study, environmental review process and record of decision on a route not only to S. 272nd Street, which voters approved in the Sound Transit 2 ballot measure in 2008, but all the way to the Federal Way Transit Center.
Accessibility| February 24, 2012

REI, Velvac forge partnership

The integration of their products will ultimately improve driver and passenger safety, mitigating risk and providing external vehicle assistance on transit, shuttle and school buses, according to both companies.
Rail| February 24, 2012

Ottawa light rail plan estimated at $76M

Under the city's current plans, the O-Train line is to be converted from diesel technology to a double-track electric light-rail line and extended about 20 years from now. Transit financial plans do not contemplate funding for construction in the railway corridor until after 2031.
Bus| February 23, 2012

Stabbed Ga. bus driver suspended

The driver was trying to break up an altercation between two passengers over a cell phone when one passenger, who had a knife taken away from other passengers, pulled a pen from the drivers' shirt pocket and stabbed him.

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