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January 17, 2014

La. State U. student senate approves transit fee hike

Voted to increase the transit fee paid by students to $20.00. A transit survey that showed that to keep the same quality of service, the fee would have to be raised by $13,and that students would be willing to pay an average increase of $18.53.

October 21, 2013

LSU may raise student transportation fees

Students now pay a $35 mass transit fee under required fees, but may be paying about $71 for Parking and Transportaion to keep the same service.

July 22, 2013

Wichita State U. to offer shuttle for off-campus parking

The university has developed a proposal to bring in bids from potential contractors for a shuttle system to be paid for with student fees.

June 3, 2013

Lane Transit raising U. of Oregon student fees

The students’ bus privilege is paid for through student fees that they pay along with their tuition to the university.

August 20, 2012

U. of Nebraska-Lincoln may extend transit fee

University also launches car sharing partnership with Zipcar.

February 27, 2012

U. of Missouri officials visit college town bus systems

City of Columbia officials and student representatives are taking trips to three local college towns to learn more about their transit systems, as city proposes an $80 student fee to improve its own bus system.

June 27, 2011

Northern Ariz. U. to charge carless students parking fees

This fall, even students who walk, ride bicycles or are dropped off at the campus will be required to pay a $30-per-semester "transportation fee." The funds will support the campus shuttle system. Ridership has outpaced current parking permit revenues.


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