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June 4, 2012

U. of Arizona grad charts bicycle-theft likelihood

The student’s records also show which months have the highest number of thefts.


May 25, 2012

Arizona U. provides variety of programs for student transit

In addition to the campus' CatTran bus system, bike and car sharing services, as well as additional parking areas have been implemented.


April 23, 2012

Web Extra: Streetcar project adds to U of Arizona's transit options

The Tucson streetcar line will serve a population of more than 85,000 people who live and work within walking distance of 17 planned stops. The service also fills a gap by offering direct, high-capacity transit connections between downtown Tucson, the University of Arizona, the Arizona Health Sciences Center and points in between.


November 23, 2009

U of Ariz. launches bike share program

Students, staff and faculty are eligible to use the bicycles free of charge. The 10 bicycles are comfort style designed, single speed cruiser bikes with dual pivot hand brakes.


November 9, 2009

FTA approves U. Arizona streetcar project phase

University and Tucson officials say the project addresses the need to connect some of the city's major centers, and will benefit students, local residents and visitors without further aggravating traffic.


August 31, 2009

Hertz launches car program on Arizona campus

Members can access reserved cars on campus using a security code within a smart chip provided in their Hertz access card.


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