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Clemson U. to continue CAT bus service

Posted on August 20, 2012

CLEMSON, S.C.  — The Clemson city council approved an agreement for the city to share, with Clemson University, the cost of operating Clemson Area Transit bus service for another year, IndependentMail.com reported.

City officials say the university’s share of the cost of those operations is about $1.15 million for fiscal year 2012-013. A $3 million grant from South Carolina Mass Transit will be used, along with $1.59 million of matching money from the city, for administration, operation and purchase of replacement buses in the coming years. For the full story, click here.

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