University Transit by Metro Magazine

September 21, 2015

Driverless shuttle experiment hits the ground at Calif. campus

In addition to colleges, the company envisions these vehicles at theme parks, resorts, industrial campuses, and retirement communities. full story

September 21, 2015
Georgetown U. shuttle reroute sparks criticism

The rerouting plans were initiated by the Office of Planning and Facilities Management following the announcement of the 2010 Campus Plan, which included neighborhood input to minimize the use of residential streets in bus routes. full story

September 2, 2015
Eliminating Risk for You and Your Shuttle Customers

The 3 “S” rule of transportation — Safety/Service/Schedule — should not be limited to fixed-route bus service. Many modes of surface transportation can (and should) benefit from prioritizing the way in which we transport those that require our professional services. full story

September 21, 2015
Safety app helps keep tabs on students walking alone on campus

The Companion app provides users route information to specified contacts and notifies them if something goes awry. full story

September 2, 2015
Industry Set to Converge on Indianapolis for BusCon 2015

This year’s expo, being held Sept. 28 to 30, continues to be the best place for the entire bus industry to see the growing vehicle and technology options on the market, as well as take part in a top-notch educational program and plenty of networking opportunities. full story

September 21, 2015
Complete Coach Works delivers remanufactured buses to Liberty U.

The retrofit is cost-effective and takes a fraction of the time to deliver, ensuring that the universities’ transit services can remain active and provide students with ample transportation options. full story

September 17, 2015
ROUSH CleanTech develops extended range tank for Ford E-450

With 64 usable gallons of propane autogas, the new tank holds 56% more fuel than the standard 41-usable gallon tank option. full story

September 21, 2015
Penn State hires first alt. transportation coordinator

Cecily Zhu comes to Penn State from Pittsburgh, where she most recently worked as a transportation policy and planning fellow for the Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group. full story

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