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August 22, 2011

College students ride Calif.’s Omnitrans buses for free

Can use their student ID card to ride at any time on any route, not just for trips to and from campus, as part of a pilot program. Omnitrans will seek student support to continue the program by making it sustainable through student fees.


July 11, 2011

Web Extra: How do you promote transit to new students?

It’s summer orientation time for universities across the U.S. How are their transit systems reaching out to students? Transit agencies told us they are investing heavily in orientation programs by providing free rides and staff presentations to students and their parents.


December 13, 2010

Omnitrans, Chaffey College unveil $2.5M transit center

The facility, designed to make transit more accessible to students, features four centrally-located bus stops, two bus shelters, benches and information kiosks in attractively landscaped surroundings.


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