September 9, 2013
The new bus is part of the university’s Safe Ride Home program. It will be able to carry 13 riders at a time, more than double the number of riders that the program’s minivans can carry.
July 8, 2013
The shuttle's new service option, which will provide a continuously running bus capable of carrying about 15 passengers along a set route stretching between the Northwest campus and a local retail district, grew out of passenger complaints about long wait times and overcrowded vans.
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