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June 10, 2014

UWM campus installs 2 electric vehicle fast-charge stations

The two new DC stations, provided by ABB Inc., will charge electric vehicles in 30 to 90 minutes. These plug-in charge stations will work for the Nissan LEAF and Mitsubishi i-MiEV.


August 30, 2012

U. Wis.-Milwaukee offering transit fleet mgmt. classes online

The four-week classes, for beginning or advanced level drivers, trainers and managers, will analyze the principles of vehicle operations and maintenance in order to save money and improve service.


June 18, 2012

U. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Transit team for app

Officials at both the transit agency and university hope the app could boost ridership.


April 9, 2012

Web Extra: U. transit operators upgrade their driver training programs

University transit operators from Wisconsin and Illinois weigh in on recent updates they have made to their driver training programs, including bringing training in-house and adding bus simulators.


May 23, 2011

UT Profile: U. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee increases student transit options

In addition to offering a shuttle service to on-campus residents and Zipcar to both those on- and off-campus, the university recently partnered with Zimride, a rideshare service that uses a social networking format to connect students to carpooling opportunities. Recent new additions, NextBus and an app, make the shuttle program more efficient.


May 9, 2011

U. of Wis. - Milwaukee adds rideshare service

Zimride, an online ridesharing social network, will be available to the campus community free of charge. The University Housing and Parking & Transit departments will fund the program.


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