News Tagged With: off-campus-transportation
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January 17, 2014

Eastern Ky. U. unveils off-campus shuttle service

The project will be funded through the spring semester by the university president’s office. The initiative is an attempt to cut down on traffic congestion on campus and familiarize Richmond residents with public transit.


July 8, 2013

W. Carolina U. may halt off-campus service

Although no changes are planned for the upcoming school year, officials say they will most likely propose cutting the program the following year if ridership doesn’t pick up.


February 4, 2013

Calif. U. proposes off-campus shuttle

Santa Clara University’s student government is looking into providing an official shuttle bus service to help students get to and from their favorite off-campus locations. The idea is based on the previous “Safe Walk” program, in which students called in to be accompanied to and from any near-campus location.


August 22, 2011

U. of Miss. urging commuters to take the bus

Record enrollment of freshmen, most of whom are required to live on campus, will push other students off-campus, forcing them to commute. University officials are looking for ways to encourage students not to bring their cars to campus and to take the bus instead.


May 12, 2010

U. of Tenn. students call for off-campus transportation at night

Students are largely in favor of adding more off-campus transportation options, particularly to curb drinking and driving during late-night hours. One local apartment complex has started offering a free shuttle to and from campus.


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