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November 5, 2012

Minn. coach driver helps U. of Wis. launch holiday bus

Campus Connections’ new service helps students get home for the holidays and other breaks. A former motorcoach driver for Northfield Lines who now works for Campus Connections came up with the idea, saying he wanted to help students attending smaller schools in smaller towns.


November 5, 2012

UT Survey: Holiday travel services

Campus transit operators offer a wide range of additional transit options, ranging from charter bus services to partnerships with Greyhound and Megabus to coordinating with Amtrak for students going home for the holidays. Additionally, one operator extended its late-night demand-response service for students who stay on campus during Thanksgiving and winter breaks.


December 13, 2011

Survey: Holiday travelers likely to lose mobile devices

According to the survey, "Lost in Transit," 35% of laptops and 38% of mobile phones are lost or stolen while in transit and that, alarmingly, 82% of lost or stolen devices are never recovered.


November 7, 2011

Megabus forecasts 70% increase in holiday bus travel

Company expects ridership to be up 54 percent in the Northeast and 85 percent in the Midwest.


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