News Tagged With: overcrowded-buses
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December 10, 2012

CTA route elimination could impact paratransit

Alderman Ameya Pawar vowed to save the route by using surplus funds from a local tax-increment-financing district. The CTA decided to eliminate the route and several others to save $16 million to address overcrowding on popular routes.


October 1, 2012

Penn State students name best, worst bus stops

They share their strategies to catching the Centre Area Transportation Authority buses at the best places and times, and which bus stops they avoid due to overcrowding.


September 13, 2012

Chicago transit expands service to cut travel times

Beginning in mid-December 2012, the Crowding Reduction Plan will add service to 48 bus routes, including the busiest and most crowded bus routes in the city, during peak times. It will also add 17 rail trips to the various lines during weekday rush periods.


August 31, 2012

B.C. Transit reallocates service to U. of Victoria

Trying to reduce overcrowding on buses at the beginning of the new school year. Some new trips have also been added to the morning peak period.


September 12, 2011

More students cause U. of Miss. bus overcrowding

A significant jump in both student enrollment and city riders has caused many Oxford University Transit buses to be late and overcrowded. While this often happens at the beginning of a new school year, officials say, there are limited solutions this year due to budget constraints.


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