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Merced County Transit joins Twitter

University| June 15, 2009
Through Twitter, Merced County Transit followers will receive real-time updates on their cell phones and computers regarding route delays, service changes, and special announcements.

San Diego launches SuperLoop to University City

Bus| June 15, 2009
Project cost is estimated at $16.2 million, which includes the purchase of 12 hybrid buses. Annual operating cost is expected to be $3.3 million, and all funding will come from a local half-cent sales tax approved by voters.
Bus| June 15, 2009

U. of Illinois expands Zipcar program

Two new vehicles join the current vehicles located on campus (two) and in the communities of Champaign and Urbana (two each).
Bus| May 25, 2009

Twitter largely untapped by campus bus services

One exception is Auburn University’s Tiger Transit in Auburn, Ala., which uses Twitter to inform student riders about issues with the transit system, such as route delays, temporary stop relocations and when the transit system itself has to be temporarily shut down.
Bus| May 25, 2009

COTA, Ohio State poll students on bus service

More than 850 students, faculty and staff at OSU in Columbus supplied their input on possible changes to campus-related service provided by COTA.
Bus| May 25, 2009

Growing pains at University of California, Merced

University’s transportation and parking operation has been cramped by a tight budget, higher costs and rising demand for bus services.
University| May 11, 2009

Missouri university seeks transit manager

Responsibilities include scheduling drivers, interviewing driver applicants, coordinating drug/alcohol testing, reviewing driver logs and driving established campus shuttle routes. The operations supervisor also coordinates driver training and schedules maintenance and repair of the bus fleet.
University| May 11, 2009

Colorado State seeks extended transit service

Transfort, the transit property in Fort Collins, signed a tentative agreement with the Associated Students of Colorado State University (ASCSU) to extend evening service from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on two routes serving neighborhoods west and south of campus.
University| May 11, 2009

Campus bus response to swine flu threat

About three of five bus operators are taking special precautions against the spread of the swine flu virus, according to a random survey of 26 university shuttle bus operators and transit agencies.
Bus| May 6, 2009

METRO Briefs

Texas senate gives go-ahead for HSR Corp. Utah officials want BRT route change. Transit group takes campaign online.

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