Chicago campus suspends shuttle due to ridership decline

Posted on September 17, 2012

CHICAGO — Due to declining ridership, Roosevelt University suspended its shuttle service to the Schaumburg campus, which cost $200,000 annually.

The university’s shuttle, which took students directly from the Chicago Transit Authority’s Blue Line Rosemont stop to the Schaumburg campus, is being replaced by PACE bus service, according to the Roosevelt Torch. For the full story, click here.

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