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December 3, 2012

Clemson U.’s Tiger Transit kicks off ‘cash cab’

CLEMSONLiVE, the university’s activities service, partnered with its transit system to give students a chance to win money and prizes. Students follow CLEMSONLiVE on Twitter to find out when they can win money and learn about upcoming events and Tiger Transit.


October 1, 2012

Consolidated transits could extend Clemson U. service

The idea surfaces at a time when both bus systems have been put into the same federal classification, meaning they will have to share federal funding for the first time.


August 20, 2012

Clemson U. to continue CAT bus service

City officials say the university’s share of the cost of those operations is about $1.15 million for fiscal year 2012-013.


June 28, 2012

Proterra to deliver 4 electric buses to S.C.

The contract follows Seneca’s initial announcement in November 2011 of its intention to use funds from a $4.1 million FTA TIGGER ( grant, along with local matching funds, to purchase Proterra buses.


February 5, 2010

Proterra to build S.C. manufacturing facility

Proterra’s Greenville manufacturing and research and development center will open in 2011, and be housed in a newly constructed 250,000 square foot building on the Clemson University campus. The company plans to hire more than 1,000 local employees in the next four years.


July 13, 2009

CAT to tap reserves, considers Clemson U. cuts

Officials looking into partnering with the university in applying for $35 million in federal stimulus funding to build a four-level multimodal transportation complex.


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