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December 13, 2013

Megabus stop to return to U. of Vermont campus

The carrier moved its stop away from the campus in November after being asked by the university to relocate it in response to multiple instances of suspected drug trafficking and a drug arrest at the stop.

November 28, 2011

U. of Vermont waives CarShare member fee

Campus transportation group is waiving the CarShare Vermont membership fee for 200 full-time University of Vermont students, staff and faculty. The service supports the public transportation infrastructure and has reduced the overall number of cars on campus.

May 12, 2010

U of Vt. may end late night bus service

A late night bus intended to safely transport students to their dorms may soon be canceled because many students are getting on the bus drunk, looking for a ride to continue partying, administrators say.

December 3, 2009 joins U. of Vermont green program

Pilot program aims to provide the foundation for a long-term environmental certification program for the motorcoach industry and the passenger transportation sector.


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