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October 7, 2013

U. of Texas pilots late-night ride program

A primary focus of the uRide service is the initiative to work against drunk driving and drunk driving-related accidents.


September 23, 2013

New Mexico SU offers free student shuttle to weekend hot spots

The shuttle, an extension of the student government's cab service, will help alleviate wait times, as cabs average wait times of 45 minutes to an hour


July 8, 2013

Missouri university adding late night shuttle services

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.


May 25, 2012

U. of Denver students protest Saferide cancellation

According to campus officials, the service will be cancelled due to lack of student use and not cost.


August 31, 2009

Illinois university launches safe ride program

Students who are on campus late simply dial the SafeRides number, tell the dispatcher where they are located, and a minibus will pick them up and drop them off at their desired location within the designated service area.


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