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April 8, 2013

UT Survey: City, campus, housing partners crucial to university systems

Operators from Ohio, Maryland and Arizona tell us about the relationships that help them run their services.

July 25, 2011

Northern Ariz. U. debuts Flagstaff bus line

The “Mountain Link” bus route will begin transporting students and other riders to and from downtown Flagstaff on Aug. 29, the first day of fall classes.

June 27, 2011

Northern Ariz. U. to charge carless students parking fees

This fall, even students who walk, ride bicycles or are dropped off at the campus will be required to pay a $30-per-semester "transportation fee." The funds will support the campus shuttle system. Ridership has outpaced current parking permit revenues.

January 10, 2011

Web Extra: Northern Ariz. U. to get direct bus line to Flagstaff

Mountain Links, the new express bus route that will connect Northern Arizona University to downtown Flagstaff, is set to roll out in August. Four Gillig hybrid-electric buses will run on the route. Students can ride free with student identification.

March 15, 2010

N. Ariz. U. plans streamlined shuttle system

Changing to a one-route, cross-campus system would help alleviate the traffic congestion and long wait times caused by increases in the student population.

December 7, 2009

Northern Ariz. U. fueling buses with cooking oil

Converted biodiesel currently being tested on two buses.


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