June 25, 2013
Funded by Measure M2, the half-cent sales tax for transportation improvements, the money will allow cities to operate year-round, seasonal or special event services that complement Orange County’s regional bus and rail systems.
April 23, 2012
Many Youngstown State University students think the proposed fee is unfair.
September 29, 2011
The service operates four routes shuttling an estimated 2,000 Tennessee employees daily from 12 state parking lots throughout the city to the 10 state offices in the city's center.
August 8, 2011
To help encourage fewer vehicles on campus, UC Irvine offers a number of sustainable commuting options, including carpool matching services, vanpools, carpools, Zipride and Zimride car sharing programs, and train subsidies to reduce monthly transportation expenses and the university's overall carbon footprint.
December 13, 2010
In addition to tracking the shuttles around campus, the new system can receive up-to-the-minute announcements about situations that impact service, such as road closures, accidents or weather-related slow-downs.
Eight shuttles provide transportation services to 40,000 students, faculty and staff throughout the 324-acre campus as well as transportation to and from the Residential Learning College, which is located one and a half miles west of the main campus.
December 22, 2008
MV will implement several features to increase safety, improve maintenance and increase on-time performance, such as DriveCams, FleetFocus maintenance management software and its own real-time monitoring system.
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