February 14, 2014
Both the multimodal and parking garage were opened later in the day after both the University Police and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol bomb didn't find anything suspicious during a sweep of the building.
August 5, 2013
Includes automated scheduling, dispatching, and routing abilities as well as trip optimization, reporting and an integrated platform built for expandable features.
March 4, 2013
Operators are not only hoping to replace aging buses and vanpool vehicles, they are also looking for support for bicycle programs, electric vehicle charging stations and dispatch/demand-response software.
August 31, 2012
Some university transportation system operators we interviewed said they allow exterior bus advertising to bring in more revenue or to promote the university. Others say that being based in areas with small advertising markets means extra effort but not revenue.
April 25, 2011
The university, which currently has 18 CNG buses, plans to have 90 CNG vehicles by the end of 2011.
March 30, 2009
Facility will be equipped with two fast-fill CNG dispensers plus 24 time-fill CNG dispensers to supply fuel for the OSU’s growing CNG campus bus fleet. The school plans to acquire and deploy 24 new CNG transit buses and 150 CNG fleet vehicles in the next three years, with up to 500 fleet vehicles anticipated within 10 years.
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