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February 3, 2014

Violent crimes prompt U. of Minn. to run weekend buses

The university started planning for the Weekend Circulator in December in an effort to increase safety after several violent crimes occurred on and near campus. Running the service during the spring semester will cost about $125,000.


July 8, 2013

Missouri university adding late night shuttle services

The shuttle's new service option, which will provide a continuously running bus capable of carrying about 15 passengers along a set route stretching between the Northwest campus and a local retail district, grew out of passenger complaints about long wait times and overcrowded vans.


July 5, 2013

U. of Michigan exploring alternatives to SafeRide program

The plan is in its early stages, with rough drafts of potential bus routes and determining optimal bus ride lengths and the best bus stops being developed.


April 22, 2013

U. of Md. safety report calls for ID checks on buses

Comes on the heels of a February murder-suicide that left two students dead and another injured, plus a string of robberies earlier in the semester.


May 25, 2012

U. of Denver students protest Saferide cancellation

According to campus officials, the service will be cancelled due to lack of student use and not cost.


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