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October 31, 2011

UW no longer letting students opt out of U-PASS fee

As the result of an effort made to secure the future of the struggling transit pass program, students must now pay the $76 quarterly U-Pass fee instead of choosing to forfeit their pass and have the fee refunded later.


September 3, 2009

FMCSA posts proposal to increase UCR fees

Believes its proposed new fee levels will both encourage states to aggressively enforce the UCR fees rule and generate the necessary revenue to execute state motor carrier safety programs.


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