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August 31, 2012

Missouri U. bus, shuttle services to overlap

Despite being similar services and having the same ridership segment, neither the city nor MU see the services as competitors.


May 25, 2012

Mo. officials propose student bus route to up ridership

The FastCAT route would have 11 stops completing a circuit through Missouri University and downtown Columbia.


March 26, 2012

Missouri U. looks to Ill. bus system for improvements

Of the three educational bus trips organized by Columbia, Mo. city officials, a visit to the University of Illinois showed the largest disparity between the city of Columbia’s bus system, which serves Missouri University, and other school systems.


September 26, 2011

Mo. transit may cut free bus service to student apartments

The Columbia City Council is reconsidering contracts for Columbia Transit routes that run to Missouri University student apartment complexes and provide residents with free rides are no longer viable for the transit system, which is struggling with budget problems.


September 12, 2011

$1M bus system deficit prompts Missouri U. to turn to students

Columbia Mayor Bob McDavid will appoint a student task force, which will focus on designing new cost-efficient, student-friendly routes for the transit system.


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