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FHWA provides $215M for road, bridge repairs

Bus| November 28, 2011
The money will reimburse states for fixing or replacing highways, bridges and other roadway structures. Costs associated with detours, debris removal and other immediate measures necessary to restore traffic flow in impacted areas are also eligible.

U. of Vermont waives CarShare member fee

University| November 28, 2011
Campus transportation group is waiving the CarShare Vermont membership fee for 200 full-time University of Vermont students, staff and faculty. The service supports the public transportation infrastructure and has reduced the overall number of cars on campus.
University| November 28, 2011

U. of Missouri student, city leaders spar on transit fee hike

A student representing the city’s Transit System Task Force claims that city leaders used threats to encourage the task force to accept a proposal to raise fees on college students to help fund Columbia Transit. If a fee increase isn’t approved, the city may be forced to cut $1 million from the bus system, resulting in eliminating routes that serve students.
University| November 28, 2011

U. of Ottawa students urged to accept fare hike

Despite appeals and a presentation from University of Ottawa students, the OC Transpo Transit Commission refused to change the $35-per-semester fee increase to its U-pass. Students dispute the transit system’s calculations, which set the new revenue-neutral price.
Rail| November 28, 2011

Metro price hike may impact Ariz. State students, staff

Although university officials said they have not heard anything about a raise in fares yet, they are fearful that a raise in cost would result in fewer student purchases as it has in the past. The student U-Pass, which allows unlimited access to the light rail and Valley Metro's bus service, saw an increase from $80 to $150 for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Bus| November 28, 2011

Va.'s Blacksburg Transit wins grant to streamline service

The system, which provided 3.2 million rides last year, is wrestling with high variability in the demand for service. One idea being considered is to point cameras at bus stops that count people.
University| November 28, 2011

Johns Hopkins U. creates new post to manage campus, facilities

The VP of real estate, campus services position is designed to maximize the university's ability to take a strategic, coordinated, cost-effective approach to managing its campuses and facilities.
Rail| November 28, 2011

RIPTA streetcar project puts Brown U. shuttle service in doubt

Currently, a shuttle is the university's only transportation system to the Med School and affiliated hospitals.
Sustainability| November 28, 2011

U. of Utah wireless electric shuttle project gets funding

The project is based on technology developed by Utah State's Energy Dynamics Laboratory and marketed through a spin-off company called WAVE (Wireless Advance Vehicle Electrification).
University| November 28, 2011

U. of Manitoba considering U-Pass

The university, which is first trying to garner interest for the program on campus and in the community, has considered a U-Pass in the past, but has never been able to negotiate a price that is acceptable to students.

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