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Texas school's transport services to use Twitter

University| July 13, 2009
Parking Services plans to update the Twitter feed to give students more information about special events, lot maintenance and other activities that may affect parking availability.

CAT to tap reserves, considers Clemson U. cuts

University| July 13, 2009
Officials looking into partnering with the university in applying for $35 million in federal stimulus funding to build a four-level multimodal transportation complex.
University| July 13, 2009

Electric vehicles to provide free rides at Florida State

Vehicles will circulate around the campus and local area, following routes that Gotcha has determined to have a high volume of student traffic. Students can flag down one of the Gotcha vehicles to catch a ride.
University| July 13, 2009

V. Tech focuses on alternative transportation options

Students can take advantage of the university’s Bike, Bus and Walk program, which allows students without a single-occupancy vehicle parking permit to apply for 15 free daily hang tags per semester.
University| June 29, 2009

N.C. town receives "livability" award for transit program

Since Chapel Hill Transit became fare free in 2002, it has become the second-largest transit system in North Carolina.
University| June 29, 2009

W. Virginia U. constructing new transportation center

Completed station will have a parking garage, new office space for WVU Parking Office employees, bike racks and will be a bus stop for the Mountain Line public transit.
Sustainability| June 29, 2009

Baylor facility earns LEED certification

Is the first university in Texas to earn a coveted environmental rating by meeting stringent standards set out by an international building council.
University| June 29, 2009

Cambus provides fare-free routes to parking, campus

Growth over the years has been in providing transportation to remote parking facilities for the university’s faculty and 30,000 students, as well as employees of and visitors to the university’s hospital.
University| June 29, 2009

ASU transit pass no longer free to students

Subsidized U-Pass, the cost for one month is equal to $8.88, or $0.25 per day, compared to $55 per month and $3.50 per day for the cost of a pass from Valley Metro. The cost of an unsubsidized Valley Metro pass for the semester would be $195.
Sustainability| June 15, 2009

Flexible solar strips light up campus bus shelter

The solar cells capture sunlight during the day and convert it to electricity to recharge batteries located in each lighting unit. The batteries can hold enough charge to light the shelter for the better part of a night.

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