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September 9, 2013

U. of Alabama transit aids parking efficiency

Commuter lots on the periphery of the campus are served by the Crimson Ride transit system, which has played a crucial element of parking efficiency. Parking spaces in some lots are oversold to ensure efficient use of the university’s parking spots, campus parking officials said.

August 19, 2013

U. of Ala., Tuscaloosa adds bus route

The new route was built through a partnership between the campus transit system and Tuscaloosa Transit.

April 8, 2013

New U. of Ala. express service continues growth

In 2010, a similar busing initiative called the E-Bus was shut down because of a lack of participation.

January 30, 2012

Web Extra: U. of Alabama transit agency celebrates 5 years

Before instituting the system in 2007, the university held approximately 80 town hall meetings to inform the community of parking changes that were set to be made and receive feedback for the transit system.

October 12, 2009

Ala. uses Twitter, Facebook for campus traffic info

Students can quickly find out which streets and sidewalks will be closed due to construction, road repairs or special events.

August 31, 2009

First Transit wins La., Ala., university contracts

Service provider signed a five-year agreement with Louisiana State University and a two-year agreement with the University of Alabama.


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