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Website provides students with on-, off-campus info

University| September 28, 2009 offers information on nearby restaurants, social networks, weather and news for 88 college campuses across the country.

Are university services being impacted by budgets?

University| September 28, 2009
Some campuses are discontinuing daytime shuttle hours, others are using opportunity to get better pricing for services, while some are reducing frequency of services.
University| September 28, 2009

UC Davis bus service offers real-time information

Each of the 50 buses in the Unitrans fleet has been outfitted with a global positioning system tracking unit that transmits its location every 10 seconds. In addition, NextBus algorithms use a bus's location, the schedule and historical data to predict its arrival time at each stop.
University| September 28, 2009

Zipcar expands car sharing service to UCLA, USC

Pilot program was made possible by a public-private partnership by Zipcar, Mayor Villaraigosa and the Los Angeles City Council and is intended as a first step toward a potentially larger expansion of car sharing in the Los Angeles area.
Rail| September 14, 2009

TriMet opens Green Line

Construction of the 8.3-mile line began in early 2007 and adds a second light rail alignment through downtown Portland. The MAX system now expands to a 52-mile system with 84 stations.
University| September 14, 2009

H1N1 concern infects UM-Flint campus

The campus concern has been a national one, since rates of H1N1 illness has been unusual for August.
University| August 31, 2009

First Transit wins La., Ala., university contracts

Service provider signed a five-year agreement with Louisiana State University and a two-year agreement with the University of Alabama.
University| August 31, 2009

Hertz launches car program on Arizona campus

Members can access reserved cars on campus using a security code within a smart chip provided in their Hertz access card.
University| August 31, 2009

Northern Ky. U. program saves money, environment

Program allows university faculty, staff and students to ride all regular Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky bus routes and university shuttles for free.
Rail| August 31, 2009

SMU drops pedestrian bridge plans over funding

The pedestrian bridge is part of a $5.5 million grant request SMU presented to the North Central Texas Council of Governments in 2006.

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