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August 5, 2013

Only route to Fla. Gulf Coast U. may be cut

The $500,000 cost is split between Lee County and the university; however, the county is facing a $34 million deficit while the university is running out of the money used to fund this route.


July 23, 2012

Fla. Gulf Coast U. to offer car sharing

The school has partnered with WeCar by the car rental agency Enterprise, to offer two cars to be rented by the hour or day.


December 21, 2009

Fort Myers, Fla. service unveils hybrid bus

Lee County Transit plans on purchasing several hybrid buses next year, including one that will service the Florida Gulf Coast University campus.


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