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April 7, 2014

Boston U. students must now show IDs to ride bus

BUS shuttle buses are meant for university students and faculty only. Parking and Transportation Services started the enforcement measure after students and faculty voiced concerns about non-university affiliated people riding the shuttles.


March 3, 2014

Boston students critical of bus service, petition for change

Frustrations included being unable to board buses due to overcrowding, limited service times, and an unreliable bus tracking app.


November 18, 2013

MBTA launches study to redesign student pass program

Using information from the study conducted by the agency and MBA candidates from Boston University could help MBTA bring in more revenue, and possibly, offset some of the agency’s debt.


March 18, 2013

Boston U. students want more frequent shuttles in bad weather

They said the university’s shuttle service is inconsistent in bad weather, especially during the winter months. A university spokesperson said the university does not increase bus service due to low temperatures or inclement weather because it is “impractical and cost prohibitive.”


October 1, 2012

Students, officials debate Boston U. weekend shuttle service

Althought students would like to use service to get to events and commute during inclement weather, demand during weekend days is too low to justify the financial and environmental costs.


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