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November 4, 2013

Enterprise expands car-sharing service to Salt Lake City

The Utah Transit Authority, Salt Lake City, the University of Utah and Utah Valley University are partners with the company to provide affordable car-sharing services to residents and local businesses.


April 8, 2013

TransLink awarded $34M for U-Pass program

The discounted pass is an initiative from the government, TransLink, students and their schools, to help encourage 140,000 students to use public transit.


October 23, 2012

Prevost delivers H3-45 to Saskatchewan

Like any H3-45, this one is ideal for transporting teams, and their copious amounts of gear, in comfort.


April 9, 2012

Ford, Zipcar forge Canadian U. partnership

The strategic alliance is an expansion of the program launched in the U.S. in August 2011, and establishes Ford as Zipcar's largest university vehicle partner, reaching students at 11 Canadian campuses in Toronto and Vancouver.


November 15, 2010

S. Methodist U. students pass pro-transit bill

Of three bills passed with the intention of improving campus transportation, one bill asks for an extension of shuttle service to include weekend hours. Some senators argued that the extension, at an estimated $60,000 per month, will be too expensive.


October 11, 2010

U. of Delaware partners with Zipcar

Rates start as low as $8 per hour and $66 per day. Gas, 180 miles per day, insurance, reserved parking spots and roadside assistance are included in the hourly and daily rates.


October 11, 2010

U. of Minn. wins local Transit System of the Year award

First Transit has operated the campus shuttle since 2007. More than 3.8 million passengers ride the shuttle annually.


March 29, 2010

University students skeptical of Capital MetroRail service

Austin, Texas-based St. Edwards University students find the new passenger rail service's schedule inconvenient and ticket prices high.


March 29, 2010

CATA extends late night Loop service at Penn State

Service is one of four fare-free circulator routes operated by transit agency on behalf of Penn State, which links the campus with downtown State College, major concentrations of student housing, and the fraternity district.


January 25, 2010

U. of Arizona delays parking permit rate increase

To help alleviate the current financial burden on employees and students the planned $100-plus permit hike will not go into effect.


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