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May 14, 2012

Web Extra: Universities creating bike-friendly environments

Transit operators from California, Texas, Illinois and Colorado are making it easy for students and faculty to commute to and get around campus by bicycle, offering a wide variety of service, ranging from bike repair stations to folding bicycle promotions.


March 26, 2012

Zimride expands its university offering with motorcoach

The idea to begin providing motorcoach ticketing on its website came to Zimride after creating a ticketing system for one of its partners, the University of Colorado - Boulder, who operated a ski shuttle and wanted to find a way to sell tickets to its students.


March 26, 2012

U. of Colo., Boulder names transportation fellow

Will guide the campus toward a sustainable transportation system by becoming more bike-, bus- and pedestrian-friendly; cutting carbon emissions and saving money.


October 17, 2011

U. of Colorado – Boulder plans for car free campus

Prompted by pedestrian safety issues, the university chancellor would like the main campus to be closed to cars, with off-campus parking and a shuttle system.


June 13, 2011

Colo. U. – Boulder bus pass fees to increase 10 percent

Next year, students will pay $156 for unlimited bus passes. Prices are going up because of Denver Regional Transit District’s $18 million deficit.


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