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June 3, 2013

Lane Transit raising U. of Oregon student fees

The students’ bus privilege is paid for through student fees that they pay along with their tuition to the university.


January 29, 2013

Ore. plans bus rapid transit expansion

The extension will connect West Eugene residents to downtown, and include two pedestrian bridges, new sidewalks and an additional bike lane.


December 17, 2012

Surveillance article raises community concerns

An LTD spokesperson said the agency’s buses have been equipped with audio monitoring devices for about a decade and has had video cameras on buses even longer.


November 3, 2011

Greater Bridgeport Transit names new CEO

Douglas Holcomb, who has served as planning and service development officer for the past 11 years, succeeds Ron Kilcoyne, who left GBT this past July to become GM at Lane Transit District in Eugene, Ore.


November 29, 2010

U. of Oregon seeking ways to fund public transit

Students make new proposal following Athletics and Contracts Finance Committee proposed taking Lane Transit District bus service off of its budget.


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