News Tagged With: student-bus-passes
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July 22, 2013

Ottawa students demand bus pass age cap be removed

Representatives from the Ottawa Student Transit Coalition, alongside Ecology Ottawa, are asking the city council to remove a recently placed age cap of 19 years on student bus passes.


February 4, 2013

Canadian grad students to vote on bus pass deal

The University of Saskatchewan's graduate student association has reached a tentative deal with Saskatoon Transit Services to buy four-month passes for $110.85.


December 17, 2012

B.C. students to vote on U-Pass price hikes

The monthly universal transit pass fee for students will increase from $30 to $35 next May and rise to $38 by the summer of 2016.


June 4, 2012

Ottawa college students decry bus pass deal loss

City’s plan to cancel discount transit passes for many college students right before the end of the school year is presenting a hardship for the most financially vulnerable. The fare increase is about $40 a month.


April 9, 2012

U. of Toronto makes bus pass available to part-time students

Will be eligible for summer service and possibly fall semester. Students’ Union president says the move will cut down on abuse of the system.


February 28, 2011

U. of Wis. - Madison students may pay more for bus passes

Gov. Scott Walker’s budget repair bill may significantly increase transportation costs. Federal funding can only be issued when transit workers have collective bargaining rights, which the bill aims to take away.


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