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February 15, 2013

U. of South Florida students to get free bus rides

USF Student Government is covering the monthly fee of $2,475 for the rides. The cost is based on ridership fare loss.


February 4, 2013

Fla. coach carrier extends route to U. of South Fla.

In response to student feedback, Orlando, Fla.-based RedCoach is extending one of its routes to include a stop at the University of South Florida campus, joining two of its other stops in the Tampa area.


March 14, 2011

Web Extra: U. of South Fla. enhances shuttle service

With bus tracking and passenger counting capabilities, as well as a new route on the way, the Bull Runner circulator now offers Tampa students and faculty even more mobility campus-wide.


March 15, 2010

U. of S. Florida unveils new bus tracking system

The program is an automatic vehicle location (AVL) system, which is available on the Web, and can be downloaded on mobile hand-held devices, providing riders of the USF Bull Runner (the USF Tampa campus shuttle) with enhanced convenience and security.


July 27, 2009

So. Fla. university launches car-sharing program

Vehicles will be parked in designated spots in two locations on campus, allowing students, employees and others who are at least 18 years old and who have preregistered as WeCar members to access them quickly and easily when they need them.


January 7, 2009

METRO Briefs

Rail firm accused in L.A. crash. FMCSA steps up operator vetting system. USF developing device to help disabled riders.


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