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May 25, 2012

U. of Wis. – Madison bus eases faculty commutes

A 2010 survey conducted by the university’s Transportation Services department showed that 20% of UW–Madison employees live between 11 and 25 miles from campus, and 9% live 26 or more miles away.


January 26, 2011

Madison adds new paratransit provider

The city entered new three-year contracts with two local providers — Badger Bus and Transit Solutions — but bypassed a bid from Badger Cab in favor of one from Abby Vans, which is 120 miles away from Central Wisconsin.


March 24, 2010

Madison committee endorses more costly paratransit service

The contract, which must still be considered by the Transit and Parking Commission and City Council, is worth $2.23 million for 2010 through 2012, plus two option years.


September 14, 2009

Badger, Jefferson Lines begin service to 5 colleges

Buses used on the new route will offer Wi-Fi as well as feature DVD movies during the trip. Passengers who purchase their ticket online receive a 15 percent to 20 percent discount off the walk up fare and will be guaranteed their seat.


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