KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Metro Pulse reported that the University of Tennessee and the city of Knoxville will begin offering Zipcar service starting early next year. The service will initially consist of four cars. For the full story, click here.
Overall rider satisfaction has increased due to the availability of real-time arrival predictions via public and mobile websites, as well as the newly-launched SPOT mobile app.
The university will continue to modernize the system through a variety of system upgrades and maintenance activities, such as the installation of the new train control infrastructure and the replacement of select electrical gear. The system will re-open in August.
The expanded service is possible thanks to an additional $55,000 in funding from the city of Fayetteville this year.
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The drivers have voted to unionize in attempt to get more affordable health care, higher wages and respect in the workplace, according to a report.
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