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July 21, 2014

U. of Virginia to roll out bike-sharing program

A $350,000 grant from the Virginia DOT, as well as subsidies from UVa’s department of parking and transportation and membership fees, will fund the program.


November 18, 2013

UVa recognized for bike friendliness

Has installed public bicycle maintenance stations, added bicycle racks to university transit buses, worked with the city to create bicycle lanes on streets around the university and has held maintenance workshops.


April 23, 2012

U. of Va. student bus drivers weigh in on job

Many say that the training and certification process foster close ties and pay off in the long-term despite being time-consuming.


August 16, 2010

U. Va. to boot vehicles with delinquent tickets

The devices, which lock onto the wheels and immobilize the vehicle, must be unlocked by a parking and transportation employee.


April 26, 2010

U.Va. will not raise parking fees

Because parking structures begin to require more maintenance about 10 years after they are built, including recaulking, re-waterproofing and joint repair, the U.Va.'s Director of Parking and Transportation warns fees cannot remain stable forever.


February 22, 2010

U.Va. uses solar panels to power electric car

The car, which can travel about 120 miles between charges, will probably consume about 3,100 kilowatts of electricity if the car is driven about 5,600 miles per year.


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