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September 9, 2013

U. of Alabama transit aids parking efficiency

Commuter lots on the periphery of the campus are served by the Crimson Ride transit system, which has played a crucial element of parking efficiency. Parking spaces in some lots are oversold to ensure efficient use of the university’s parking spots, campus parking officials said.


May 20, 2013

U. of Wis. raising parking fee to cover transit

Plans to implement small permit fee increases over a six-year span to ensure future funding of its transportation services. The Transportation Services program has had to tap into its reserves to continue funding its services.


October 31, 2011

U. of Texas students concerned about transportation, parking

Despite having low parking fees, the students were concerned more transportation options weren't being more emphasized.


June 29, 2009

ASU transit pass no longer free to students

Subsidized U-Pass, the cost for one month is equal to $8.88, or $0.25 per day, compared to $55 per month and $3.50 per day for the cost of a pass from Valley Metro. The cost of an unsubsidized Valley Metro pass for the semester would be $195.


February 9, 2009

California campus unveils bus tracking system

GPS-based system continually updates the location of Cal Poly Pomona’s six shuttle buses, which cover three routes.


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