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Lextran, U. of Ky. reach U-Pass agreement

University| June 16, 2015

The program includes all Lextran routes, both on- and off- campus, allowing UK students, faculty and staff to travel to from, and around campus while also accessing the city.

U. of Wash. bracing for bus system redesign, increased U-Pass fee

University| June 8, 2015

King County Metro is planning to delete some bus routes, while also increasing frequencies on others once the University Link Light Rail Extension opens in March 2016. 

University| November 3, 2014

Canadian university students approve U-Pass fee

Students at the University of Winnipeg and the University of Manitoba were required to show majority support for the U-Pass before city council would commit to introducing the program.
October 22, 2014

Riverside Transit Agency Buses Fill up on Natural Gas, Provide Free Rides for Students

A long-time champion of cleaner, greener technologies, the Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) has provided public bus service to California’s Western Riverside County since 1977. RTA’s service area is among the nation’s largest, covering 2,500 square miles. The agency operates more than 160 buses on 36 fixed routes and eight commuter routes, 98 dial-a-ride vehicles, and 10 trollies.
University| September 8, 2014

U. of Akron now eligible for free public transportation rides

The university will pay Metro RTA $1 per ride. All regular Metro RTA routes are included in the program, which runs through Aug. 2015 with an option to renew
University| May 5, 2014

69% of U. of Chicago students support U-Pass

Despite the support it is unlikely the university will implement a U-Pass program for the 2014-2015 school year because the deadline for adding a referendum to the SG elections has passed.
University| February 3, 2014

Transit adds Sunday service for N.Y. university

Suffolk County Transit and Stony Brook University began their partnership in May of 2012 after students on a campus advisory committee requested increased off-campus transportation.
University| October 21, 2013

Calif.-based Omnitrans' Go Smart program a huge success

Omnitrans launched Go Smart as a pilot for the 2011-2012 school year by partnering with California State University, San Bernardino; Chaffey College; Crafton Hills College and San Bernardino Valley College to offer free, unlimited bus rides to more than 50,000 college students.
University| September 23, 2013

KCATA, Rockhurst U. extend U-Pass agreement

The one-year pilot program is being funded by student activity fees and funds from Student Development/Athletics. Continuation of the program will be contingent upon the availability of ongoing funding.
University| September 23, 2013

Omnitrans, Cal State extend free ride program

Cal State University, San Bernardino participated in the Go Smart pilot program in 2011-12. During that year, more than 194,000 bus trips were tallied by more than 3,000 students who used the program, which represented about 17% of enrollment.

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