MINNEAPOLIS — Bus driver Rob Thompson, known around the University of Minnesota as the “Jazz Man,” plays jazz music from his 400-album collection for students on his bus, according to KARE11.com. For the full story, click here.
KCATA will hold on-campus How-To-Ride Clinics during the next two weeks at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City Art Institute and Metropolitan Community College of Kansas City (MCCKC).
The service, known as Crimson Ride, provides transportation for the more than 37,000 students of the university and three million annual riders.
On the New Brunswick campus, the school issues about 5.5 tickets per driver on average — a total of about 90,000, according to parking records from the last three years. From June 2014 to June 2015, the school brought in $4,907,220 from parking citations.
The project will introduce a fleet of on-demand electric vehicle shuttles that use LiDAR sensors and cameras to measure pedestrian flow, which ultimately helps predict demand for the shuttles.
Craig Shankwitz will lead the development of MSU's Western Transportation Institute research team that will explore and develop applications of autonomous and connected vehicle technologies to roads and transportation systems in rural areas and small cities, in both the public and private sector.
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