February 28, 2013
The need for additional revenue, which had been assumed in MTA budget forecasts beginning in 2009, was confirmed in July 2012. The MTA announced specific fare and toll increase proposals last October.
September 12, 2011
A significant jump in both student enrollment and city riders has caused many Oxford University Transit buses to be late and overcrowded. While this often happens at the beginning of a new school year, officials say, there are limited solutions this year due to budget constraints.
September 28, 2009
Some campuses are discontinuing daytime shuttle hours, others are using opportunity to get better pricing for services, while some are reducing frequency of services.
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