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April 22, 2014

Texas' Cap Metro opening 6 more bike shelters

Each fully-enclosed bike shelter will offer secure, card-key access from 5 a.m. to 1:30 a.m., daily, and will have space for 24 two-wheeled standard or electric bikes.


October 7, 2013

Washington U. introduces alt. transportation coordinator

Andrew Heaslet, who gave up his own car a few years ago, is meeting with departments and individuals to outline the campus’ various programs for commuters.


May 31, 2013

WMATA launches real-time information displays

Every 20 seconds to 30 seconds, each individual Transit Screen receives the current arrival times for each transit agency at all stops within walking distance of its location.


March 4, 2013

U. of Delaware to add bus services, bike racks

A survey, which was sent out last fall to the university faculty and one-third of the undergrad students, was used to determine which changes need to be made to the campus’s parking and transportation systems.


August 7, 2012

Group: Vehicle emissions to increase 300% by 2050

Solutions to create paradigm shift include BRT, avoiding unnecessary trips and improving vehicle efficiency with cleaner fuels.


June 18, 2012

Sun Metro unveils new site, bike loading video

The new website contains more in-depth information about the services offered by Sun Metro and was created to be more user friendly.


November 10, 2011

Metrolink launches 'bike cars' to transport cyclists

As cycling's popularity as a commuting option continues to grow, Metrolink is introducing bike cars into weekday service on 34 trains to provide for additional bike storage. Cyclists gathered in Orange County for the inaugural ride.


October 25, 2011

Public transit major factor in alleviating Seattle 'Carmageddon'

Commuters have left their cars in the driveway and hopped on the bus, the King County Water Taxi and even bicycles. King County Metro reported more riders than usual on both buses and water taxis.


April 25, 2011

Duke University to reduce parking permits

Currently issues around 27,000 parking permits per year with approximately 1,300 members of the community traveling to campus by riding a bus, sharing a ride or biking.


June 16, 2010

Report: Biking, walking trips increase

Planned DOT policy change would encourage transportation agencies to go beyond minimum standards and provide safe and convenient facilities for pedestrians and bicyclists.


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