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February 14, 2014

Florida transit approves Polytechnic U. bus plan

Lakeland Area Mass Transit District may provide a bus to the new Florida Polytechnic University to take students from the school's campus to downtown Lakeland and Auburndale. The university is expected to open in the fall.


May 25, 2012

Mo. officials propose student bus route to up ridership

The FastCAT route would have 11 stops completing a circuit through Missouri University and downtown Columbia.


May 9, 2011

Northern Calif. college to cut student bus discounts

Santa Rosa Junior College is considering ending a program that gives students about 50 percent off bus passes. Officials say the program benefits about 480 students and costs the school approximately $130,000 a year.


March 14, 2011

Web Extra: U. of South Fla. enhances shuttle service

With bus tracking and passenger counting capabilities, as well as a new route on the way, the Bull Runner circulator now offers Tampa students and faculty even more mobility campus-wide.


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