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June 27, 2011

Profile: Arizona State U. adds to green transit options

To remain as sustainable as possible and make transportation easy and accessible, the University is introducing an “Eco Pass,” allowing students to pay a small fee up front to park on campus and use transit. Several easy-to-use alternative transportation methods are currently available to students, staff and faculty.


June 13, 2011

Arizona State pushes sustainable transportation choices

In addition to ASU's fleet of intercampus shuttles, other options include the Valley Metro light rail and bus system, car sharing and carpooling programs.


August 30, 2010

ASU students, Metro form LR awareness pilot

The ambassador program is staffed by ASU students and PTS employees who volunteer for the position.


June 29, 2009

ASU transit pass no longer free to students

Subsidized U-Pass, the cost for one month is equal to $8.88, or $0.25 per day, compared to $55 per month and $3.50 per day for the cost of a pass from Valley Metro. The cost of an unsubsidized Valley Metro pass for the semester would be $195.


April 2, 2009

Veolia Transportation wins Tempe contract renewal

The new contract, which took effect April 1, 2009, has a base of 51 months with options available for an additional four years.


February 9, 2009

ASU college holds ‘light rail party’

Students, faculty and staff participated in a competition last Friday to encourage use of the light rail system operated by Valley Metro in Phoenix.


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