June 20, 2013
To expedite the purchasing process, the agency joined a current, competitively bid vehicle contract with the State of Minnesota.
April 22, 2013
The service began in 2005 with five buses running one route and has grown to three routes, serving more than two million rides per year to students. The service has now expanded to 12 buses, running two routes Monday through Friday.
June 18, 2012
The new transit-style vehicles run on petrodiesel and biodiesel, feature front-end racks for three bikes and bus tracking capabilities.
June 14, 2012
The company converted all of its shuttle buses to biodiesel at airport locations within five miles of a biodiesel fueling station. Overall, more than 70% of its buses now run on biodiesel, with approximately 50% using 5% biodiesel (B5) and more than 20% using B20.
March 12, 2012
Operators from Utah, Colorado, Illinois and Virginia weighed in on their conversions to alternative fuel to go greener and reduce noise pollution.
Focusing on transportation alternatives, such as its Campus Area Bus Service buses, which run on biodiesel and bicycling.
December 12, 2011
University transit system operators from Illinois, Indiana and Virginia discuss fuel storage and heating.
March 14, 2011
With bus tracking and passenger counting capabilities, as well as a new route on the way, the Bull Runner circulator now offers Tampa students and faculty even more mobility campus-wide.
February 22, 2011
Vandalia Bus Lines’ new Van Hool T2145 and C2045 feature Allison transmissions, enclosed parcel racks, three-point seat belts, luxury entertainment systems with 15-inch flat screen monitors, Alcoa rims and 57-passenger seating.
January 11, 2010
University cites desire to lessen carbon footprint.
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