News Tagged With: bus-route-cutting
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September 17, 2012

U. of Wis. students decry bus route changes

Changes were made because of a budget deficit of $1 million and campus area construction have resulted in fewer routes and longer wait times.

July 23, 2012

Southern Ill. U. to cut link to local college

The route cost SIU about $100,000 annually and John A. Logan College about $18,000. Neither could justify that funding for the number of people using the route.


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