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October 6, 2014

Fla. International students unhappy with hot shuttle conditions

The company that runs the shuttle service is using a limousine after its shuttle bus broke down, but the rides have been uncomfortable because up to 25 students are trying to cram into the vehicle at a time.


November 4, 2013

U. of Chicago adding card readers to all shuttles

Previously, members of the university were “encouraged” to display a valid UCID when boarding a shuttle, with the policy not being strictly enforced.


March 18, 2013

Georgetown adds new shuttle service

Will use 22-passenger busses and cost $12,000 for the remaining eight weeks of the semester.


August 20, 2012

U. of Md., Baltimore launches shuttle service

Smartphone users can access wait and ride times through an app, and the buses feature bike racks, accessibility and Wi-Fi.


January 25, 2012

Michigan coach co. launches luxury fleet

Michigan Flyer’s new fleet of four 2012 Prevost H3-45 coaches is equipped with Selective Catalytic Reduction technology, ADA-compliant wheelchair lifts and electronic stability systems.


January 12, 2010

Baltimore launches eco-friendly shuttle service

Charm City Circulator is a fleet of 21 eco-friendly buses that will travel along three routes in Baltimore City.


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