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Indiana U. looks to replace diesel buses with hybrids

Bus| April 23, 2012
University needs to replace 18 of its 27 diesel fuel buses, which have reached the 12-year mark.

Cap Metro recommends fixed-route, paratransit providers

Accessibility| April 23, 2012
Agency taps McDonald Transit for fixed-route, MV for paratransit. The board is scheduled to vote this week on both contracts.
Rail| April 23, 2012

MBTA, Masabi partner for mobile ticketing solution

With applications for iPhone, Android and Blackberry, customers will be able to seamlessly purchase commuter rail tickets and passes. Once tickets are purchased, customers will be able to use and display directly via their phone screen.
University| April 23, 2012

Ohio university proposes mandatory transportation fee

Many Youngstown State University students think the proposed fee is unfair.
University| April 23, 2012

U. of Utah unveils bicycle plan

Big public universities are increasingly embracing cycling as a way to minimize the presence of cars, however, the university is on a hill, and the climate features snowy winters and blistering summers.
University| April 23, 2012

DCTA adds 18 buses to U. of North Texas routes

Costing $3.6 million altogether, the buses have a life expectancy of 10 years and are able to carry three bikes in comparison to current buses which can fit only two. An increasing number of students are using a combination of bikes and the buses on campus.
University| April 23, 2012

U. of Va. student bus drivers weigh in on job

Many say that the training and certification process foster close ties and pay off in the long-term despite being time-consuming.
University| April 23, 2012

UNC Charlotte students rally for transit plan

Would include increased bus services, improvements for existing bus stops, a rail station, and light rail plans between the university and Durham. It would be partially funded by a half-cent sales tax.
Rail| April 23, 2012

CATS rail extension to UNC Charlotte receives state funding

The 9.4-mile alignment would run from Uptown Charlotte to the UNC Charlotte campus and include 11 light rail stations and four parking facilities.
University| April 23, 2012

Web Extra: Streetcar project adds to U of Arizona's transit options

The Tucson streetcar line will serve a population of more than 85,000 people who live and work within walking distance of 17 planned stops. The service also fills a gap by offering direct, high-capacity transit connections between downtown Tucson, the University of Arizona, the Arizona Health Sciences Center and points in between.

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