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September 8, 2014

Seton Hall U. plan calls for new shuttle service

Despite the proposed shuttle system, many board members and residents at the meeting said they thought that students would more likely park in residential areas than leave their cars at the main Seton Hall campus and take a bus to class.


October 7, 2013

N.J. colleges get new shuttle service

Bergen Community College's shuttles will transport students between the school’s Lyndhurst and Paramus campuses. A three-year Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality grant from the FTA for $211,612 each year is supporting the service.


January 10, 2011

UT Profile: Princeton's Tiger Transit key to sustainability efforts

The transportation system operates on a fixed-route schedule. The university contracted with First Transit to provide safe, convenient and reliable transportation throughout the Princeton campus and surrounding community.


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