News Tagged With: transportation-fee
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April 7, 2014

U. of La.-Lafayette vote to double transportation fee

The new funds will be used to replace 11 of UL's oldest full-sized buses, construct at least a couple covered bus stops and possibly launch a new shopping shuttle service.


March 17, 2014

U. of La.-Lafayette to vote on doubling transportation fee

The referendum will occur during the general elections on March 31 and April 1.


June 17, 2013

U. of North Ala. boosts fees to pay for bus app

The fee, which will go from $22 to $24, will go toward equipping buses with GPS so students can access route data via their smartphones, as well as help pay for maintenance and drivers.


June 17, 2013

Ball St. proposes transportation fee

Indiana University has a similar fee of $62.59 for full-time students living off campus.


March 4, 2013

Texas St. University urges students to increase transportation fee

Transportation officials said students can expect to a see a drop in bus-service hours, elimination of underutilized routes and other modifications if the referendum does not pass.


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