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Bus pass fraud is growing concern at Cal

University| March 9, 2009
A recent search of Craigslist in the San Francisco Bay Area found half-a-dozen Class Passes for sale between $40 and $70. Sellers often are Cal students who don’t ride AC Transit buses.

Accessible transportation to be topic of university guide

University| March 9, 2009
Will explain what transportation providers at public and private colleges need to know to comply with the requirements of federal laws such as the Americans With Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
University| February 23, 2009

Kent State University seeks shuttle bus alternative

Seeking contractor to provide 27,000 hours of service in the first year of the contract. Fleet size is expected to be 14 buses, including 12 26-passenger vehicles and two buses for passengers with special needs.
University| February 23, 2009

Marketing bus services to new students

More than four of five campuses (83 percent) reported posting transit system maps or schedules on their websites. Slightly more than one in 10 (11 percent) use bus wraps to help advertise the school’s bus program.
Accessibility| February 23, 2009

Transporting passengers using mobility devices

Wheelchairs that are too heavy; too many wheelchairs; and transporting passengers in a non-sterile state were the major issues provided.
Bus| February 20, 2009

METRO Briefs

NYCT tests three-door bus. Poll: Utah wants more trains. D.C. Metro proposes service cuts.
Bus| February 9, 2009

California campus unveils bus tracking system

GPS-based system continually updates the location of Cal Poly Pomona’s six shuttle buses, which cover three routes.
Rail| February 9, 2009

ASU college holds ‘light rail party’

Students, faculty and staff participated in a competition last Friday to encourage use of the light rail system operated by Valley Metro in Phoenix.
University| February 9, 2009

Storms create university transit staffing issues

Some schools do not classify student workers as “essential/emergency support employees” and thus cannot require them to work during weather emergencies.
Accessibility| February 5, 2009

Travel Software to Aid Disabled Riders

To use the Travel Assistance Device, riders simply plan their trip online and follow the visual and verbal instructions on their cell phone.

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