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April 7, 2014

Syracuse U. adds Zimride to transportation options

The program will be offered and supported by three campus departments: the Sustainability Division, the Office of Parking and Transit Services, and the Office of Off-Campus and Commuter Services.


January 30, 2012

Syracuse U. increases early hour bus service

In an effort to address bus overcrowding, Syracuse University Parking and Transit Services surveyed and adjusted its service to the South Campus.


April 25, 2011

Web Extra: Syracuse U., Centro debut GPS tracking system

The cost of the new system is approximately $2.8 million and is being funded through $2.25 million in SAFETEA-LU grant monies from Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-NY), along with 10 percent matches provided by both Syracuse University and the New York State DOT.


April 12, 2010

Web Extra: Syracuse to build $4.3M 'green' transportation center

The facility includes a public bus stop for the Central New York Regional Transportation Authority's (Centro) Connective Corridor bus loop, a Syracuse University, City of Syracuse and State of New York partnership making modern and convenient transportation available to connect the University and the city's cultural sites.


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