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August 19, 2013

Kansas university unveils shuttle service

Wichita State University contracted with Overland Charters to provide students, faculty, staff and visitors with a free shuttle bus service. Buses will run on weekdays when classes are in session.


November 5, 2012

LSU asks students to rename shuttle service

The new name for Campus Transit is intended to clear up any confusion between the call-in shuttle service and the university’s bus service Tiger Trails. The name will appear on the shuttles once two new vehicles are added to the fleet.


November 5, 2012

U. of Maryland cuts 3 local shuttle routes

The university’s Department of Transportation Services will put the $60,000 it cost to run the three routes annually toward the more popular Shady Grove route. Some passengers on the eliminated routes said there was no discussion of the cuts with them, and are upset.


November 14, 2011

Quinnipiac U. students risk losing "drunk bus" privileges

Due to citations for public urination, intoxication and indecent exposure, Quinnipiac University students are at risk of losing weekly shuttle service, known as the "drunk bus," that takes them to downtown New Haven clubs.


February 22, 2010

U of Minn. students catch the jazz bus

The popular shuttle bus driver, known by students as the “Jazz Man,” plays music from his personal collection on his shuttle bus, and shares his musical knowledge with riders.


November 9, 2009

UNC-Charlotte, CATS, may revive campus shuttle

Campus shuttle service may come back after being canceled eight years ago for low usage.


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