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MCI delivers 6 J4500s to San Antonio

Motorcoach| March 26, 2012
In addition, the company announced that Wolfgang Winzer joined the company as VP and GM, aftermarket business.

Gas prices hitting Calif. students hard

University| March 26, 2012
With some traveling as far as 60 or more miles a day to so-called “commuter schools,” the problem is exacerbated by escalating tuitions and shrinking campus living options.
Sustainability| March 26, 2012

Washington State adds three electric cars

Facilities Operations is using the cars around campus. A six-passenger car will be on long-term rental to the “Alive!” student orientation program for campus tours.
University| March 26, 2012

UConn equips shuttles with talking bus feature

Equipped its shuttle buses with Safe Turn Alert, a safety feature that “talks” to pedestrians through the buses’ speakers to let them know when a bus is in the process of making a turn.
Motorcoach| March 26, 2012

Zimride expands its university offering with motorcoach

The idea to begin providing motorcoach ticketing on its website came to Zimride after creating a ticketing system for one of its partners, the University of Colorado - Boulder, who operated a ski shuttle and wanted to find a way to sell tickets to its students.
University| March 26, 2012

Fla. college, transit partnership bumps up ridership

Since partnering with Santa Fe College to add three new bus routes, Gainesville Regional Transit System saw a 4% increase in growth for Fall 2011 and a 3% increase for 2012. Additionally, 80,000 more passengers rode the bus in February 2012 compared to February 2011.
University| March 26, 2012

U. of Colo., Boulder names transportation fellow

Will guide the campus toward a sustainable transportation system by becoming more bike-, bus- and pedestrian-friendly; cutting carbon emissions and saving money.
University| March 26, 2012

Missouri U. looks to Ill. bus system for improvements

Of the three educational bus trips organized by Columbia, Mo. city officials, a visit to the University of Illinois showed the largest disparity between the city of Columbia’s bus system, which serves Missouri University, and other school systems.
Bus| March 23, 2012

Report: Vibrant downtowns linked to greater transit use

Between 2000-2010, metropolitan areas with more vibrant downtowns experienced less sprawl. San Francisco, Miami, and New York experienced sprawl rates of less than 1%, while Memphis, Tenn., Tucson, Ariz., and Phoenix had sprawl rates greater than 10%.
Rail| March 23, 2012

L.A. Metro to open new Expo light rail line in April

Opening to the public in April will be the segment from downtown Los Angeles to the Expo/La Cienega Station. Construction work continues on the Culver City station, which is expected to open later this summer.

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