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October 7, 2013

New Mexico university area looking into BRT

The Mid-Region Council of Governments discussed a proposal to develop a route that would run through the University of New Mexico and Central New Mexico Community College. The proposal is based on a study that identified areas with limited bus access.


May 6, 2013

U. of N.M. looks into safety changes after bus crash

A campus shuttle ran over a student who was crossing the street against a “Don’t Walk” sign. The bus driver claimed to not to have seen the student. A campus spokesperson said that the university should focus on adding crosswalks and signage along streets with heavy foot traffic.


February 27, 2012

U. of New Mexico, local transit plot improvements

The ABQ RIDE's UNM bus pass program provides free bus rides for students, staff and faculty. Only a school I.D. is needed, along with the sticker provided by the Transportation Information Center.


March 15, 2010

U. New Mexico begins fuel efficient stickers program

Seven parking spaces have been reserved for the exclusive use of M Lot permit holders whose vehicles meet specific fuel efficiency requirements established by the United States Environmental Protection Agency's Low Emission Fuel Efficient program.


October 27, 2008

University of New Mexico’s ‘veggie bus’ sparks art competition

The Veggie Bus, as it’s called, is expected to begin campus service early next year. It will run on waste vegetable oil recovered from campus kitchens.


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