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September 9, 2013

Ohio university expands shuttle service, adds parking permits

In response to a spike in demand for campus transportation, Youngstown State University expanded its shuttle service and distributed more parking passes. The university is covering the costs of these services with a new transportation fee, which includes a parking permit and unlimited access to the shuttle.


July 8, 2013

Higher fee will give N.Y. college students bus pass

After officials approved a $40 annual transportation fee increase, students at SUNY Broome Community College will receive a year-round bus pass for Broome County Transit. The transportation fee, which is now $90, also goes toward security and maintenance of campus parking lots.


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.


June 29, 2012

Fla. district hopes to swap out school buses for transit

The Broward school district would pay the Broward County for the service and ultimately could retire some of the yellow school buses from the fleet to save transportation costs.


April 23, 2012

Ohio university proposes mandatory transportation fee

Many Youngstown State University students think the proposed fee is unfair.


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