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METRO Briefs

Accessibility| January 7, 2009
Rail firm accused in L.A. crash. FMCSA steps up operator vetting system. USF developing device to help disabled riders.

Current issues university transit operations are facing

University| December 22, 2008
Ridership fluctuations, funding, maintaining aging fleet and meeting parking demands are some issues at the forefront for university transit system operators.
University| December 22, 2008

University bus service buoyed by cheaper fuel

The months-long decline in fuel prices has taken pressure off campus shuttle bus programs, providing a funding cushion and reducing the need to consider service cuts, according to several university transportation professionals.
Accessibility| December 1, 2008

BusCon launches new products, boasts record turnout

Product launches — such as the Freightliner Custom Chassis Corp.’s new hybrid-electric chassis — drew significant attention from attendees.
Rail| October 29, 2008

METRO Briefs

U. of Ala. to study hydrogen buses. Toronto smart card project to launch in 2010. AIG collapse may cause transit service cuts.
University| October 27, 2008

Stanford wins merit award for transportation program

Stanford University’s Transportation and Parking Program is credited with helping to reduce the drive-alone rate from 72 percent to 52 percent in the past six years, using a combination of incentives and targeted marketing.
University| October 27, 2008

USC seeks transit operations manager

Responsibilities include providing leadership and direction to staff, scheduling, training, hiring, payroll processing, performance management, vehicle maintenance and ensuring accordance with DOT regulations.
Sustainability| October 27, 2008

University of New Mexico’s ‘veggie bus’ sparks art competition

The Veggie Bus, as it’s called, is expected to begin campus service early next year. It will run on waste vegetable oil recovered from campus kitchens.
Motorcoach| October 1, 2008

Daimler delivers Setra 417 to Canadian coach co.

The motorcoach features Setra’s Ambiente seating, wireless internet, laptop connections and a rear galley.
University| July 14, 2008

University of Iowa bus system handles high waters

Service provided transportation for all but two days of unprecedented flooding.

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