Transportation

"Going Places" at Princeton

Transportation & Parking Services at Princeton University is committed to providing reliable, safe parking and transportation services that enhance the quality of life while promoting sustainability, accessibility and mobility on campus for the Princeton University community. For students, our focus at Transportation & Parking Services is to support campus life in a way that is pleasant and convenient; specifically to provide access to travel within campus, around campus, and off-campus.

Zipcar sold to Avis for nearly $500 million

Zipcars will still continue to function as usual after Avis' acquisition of the company.

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Plugged In: University Of Michigan Installs 6 Charging Stations For Electric Cars

Anyone with a U-M permit, no matter the permit grade, can park at the stations of up to four hours for free, while others can pay to use the spaces.

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New Shuttle Connects Far-Flung Salt Lake Community College Campuses

A new shuttle service, dubbed the B-Line, now connects three of Salt Lake Community College’s far-flung campuses, serving one of Utah’s largest student bodies.

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IU hires Goldman Sachs to advise on parking leases

Indiana University has hired investment banker Goldman Sachs to advise it on whether to seek a multimillion-dollar payout by turning over parking facailities on the Bloomington and Indianapolis campuses to a private operator.

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More Community College Students Commuting To Multiple Campuses

Students are choosing to commute — by bus, car and train — to different campuses because severe funding cuts have forced colleges to cut classes and consolidate programs.

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Why GVSU thinks renting cars by the hour will be a hit with students

Getting around West Michigan could become a bit easier for Grand Valley State University students who don’t own a car.

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