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September 9, 2013

Harvard opens free shuttle to area residents

Last spring, residents demanded access to the shuttles. In return, they agreed to support Harvard’s plan to relocate campus service facilities in Allston.


July 22, 2013

Va. U. students lose free transit

Virginia Commonwealth University will begin charging students for passes to ride the Greater Richmond Transit Co. system, due to increased enrollment. Some students are concerned about the unexpected added cost as well as the new lack of incentive to use public transportation.


November 19, 2012

Mass. college, transit partner for expansion

Williams College is paying for the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority’s pilot expansion of weekday bus service. The project includes a pilot texting option that lets riders notify the bus company of their presence at one of the new "On Demand" bus stops.


August 31, 2012

Fla.’s Southeastern U. students to get free bus rides

Part of a partnership that lets students ride transit buses for free, Polk Transit Authority and Southeastern University unveiled a new bus.


July 23, 2012

U. of Maryland students to lose free bus route

Department of Transportation Services will stop running a bus from the University of Maryland campus to Prince George’s Plaza and University Town Center except for Saturdays. Town Center managers will no longer pay for the service, which costs $87,900 annually.


January 18, 2012

Pa. university students get free bus rides

In an effort to make it easier for students to get around on campus, the University of Scranton and Marywood University are paying Lackawanna County Transit an annual rate for the free service.


December 6, 2011

Megabus offering 200,000 free seats

Available for travel from Jan. 4 to March 1, 2012, to and from megabus.com’s U.S. cities and Toronto.


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