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March 3, 2014

U. of Minn. students urge bus route revamp

After surveying university students at a recent forum regarding bus route changes that were made in December, the Minnesota Student Association found that students believe the bus routes aren’t as efficient as they could be.


June 18, 2012

UT Survey: Student government crucial to university transit systems

Student groups in the forms of the student Senate, board, Resident Housing Association and advisory committees work closely with transit planners on routes, frequencies, and levels of service.


June 4, 2012

U. of Nebraska-Lincoln may give bus route to StarTran

Looking for a more cost-effective alternative to replacing its aging fleet. The agreement, if approved, includes the cost of buying five new buses, as well as the cost for drivers, fuel and maintenance.


January 30, 2012

U. of Mississippi adds weekend bus service

A Saturday bus route was added to accommodate transit-dependent riders who have trouble traveling around town on the weekend when other bus lines do not run.


August 22, 2011

U. of Wyoming receives 6 new buses, adds route

Vehicles funded by federal stimulus money. The route will allow students to take campus buses to and from the nearby Wal Mart.


May 12, 2010

Milwaukee transit route to link campuses to downtown

The Milwaukee County Transit System is seeking board permission to create a route connecting Milwaukee Area Technical College campuses to downtown. It would be the first new county bus route in four years.


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