News Tagged With: campus-shuttle
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June 16, 2014

New, all-electric minibus on Western Mich. campus

The College of Aviation will use the vehicle to transport prospective students around the Battle Creek campus, in addition to occasional tours on the main campus


March 17, 2014

Pa. university brings shuttle ops in-house to save money

The move is being made to save money and officials do not expect ridership to be affected. The university is employing campus safety officers as drivers and was able to obtain a vehicle very similar to the shuttle used by the contracted service.


March 3, 2014

Boston students critical of bus service, petition for change

Frustrations included being unable to board buses due to overcrowding, limited service times, and an unreliable bus tracking app.


January 17, 2014

Miss. State begins operation of shuttle system

A state grant provided more than $800,000 for transit operations and approximately $1.5 million for the purchase of 10 new shuttles.


December 16, 2013

Stony Brook U. offering daily bus service to Manhattan

The daily, nonstop service is provided by 7Bus, a private, Bohemia-based transit company, formerly known as Bolt Bus Long Island. The university added it after survey results showed that more than 70% of students were in favor of it.


December 2, 2013

Gondolas considered for Georgetown transit overhaul

Proposal is part of effort to better connect area with local transportation. Other plans include streetcars and changes to the university's shuttle system.


September 23, 2013

Brown U. shuttle expanding service in wake of crime spike

A series of armed robberies on campus spurred the university to plan a pilot program to make its nighttime shuttle service available to all community members with a Brown ID. The service is currently only available to students living off-campus.


September 9, 2013

Northwest Mo. State U. launches Safe Ride Shuttle

The new bus is part of the university’s Safe Ride Home program. It will be able to carry 13 riders at a time, more than double the number of riders that the program’s minivans can carry.


August 5, 2013

Utah university to shuttle students to transit hub

Service will have minimal stops, reducing overcrowding on other bus routes and helping students reach campus 10 minutes faster than they would using local buses.


July 8, 2013

U. of Ariz., Tucson bus system to unveil transit app

Will let riders track Cat Tran shuttle routes beginning this fall. Additionally, the names of the routes will change from a color-coded system to identifying the area of campus the shuttle will travel.


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