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UTA, Utah campus partner with car sharing program

University| August 31, 2009
Encourages students at local universities and colleges to consider using car sharing instead of bringing a car to campus.

Illinois university launches safe ride program

University| August 31, 2009
Students who are on campus late simply dial the SafeRides number, tell the dispatcher where they are located, and a minibus will pick them up and drop them off at their desired location within the designated service area.
University| August 31, 2009

W. Va. University PRT system back in service

Introduced at WVU in 1975, the personal rapid transit system was the first fully-automated rapid transit system in the world.
University| August 17, 2009

Program cost forces two schools to drop transit service

Five schools that did renew the service committed to three more years, through 2012, at an estimated cost of $916,000 per school per year or $15 per full-time student.
Accessibility| August 5, 2009

METRO Briefs

S.F. Muni operations chief resigns. U.S. DOT taps PSU professor. NYC Transit seeking announcers.
University| July 27, 2009

So. Fla. university launches car-sharing program

Vehicles will be parked in designated spots in two locations on campus, allowing students, employees and others who are at least 18 years old and who have preregistered as WeCar members to access them quickly and easily when they need them.
University| July 27, 2009

U. of Wyoming selects new transit, parking chief

Paul Kunkel manages the department's operations, financial and personnel functions for about 65 employees ranging from bus drivers to parking enforcement staff members.
University| July 27, 2009

Canadian system uncovers fake student card ring

Initial investigation began in the summer of 2008, when a spate of counterfeiters was detected. Students caught using a counterfeit card face a $50 fine and a hearing through the university’s judicial system.
University| July 27, 2009

Mich. students, charter carriers partner for airport rides

MSA airBus is staffed entirely by students, who handle marketing, finance, scheduling, operations and human resources, and pick up on-the-job skills at the same time.
Sustainability| July 13, 2009

W. Kentucky U. to make parking spaces eco-friendly

Will replace gravel lots with permeable asphalt and pavement in the lot designs, which allows stormwater to be absorbed back into the ground rather than flowing into local water sources.

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