How A Website Maintained By The University Of Indiana

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A website maintained by the University of Indiana (2014) showed that this university had five bus routes namely route A, B, D, E, and X. Depending upon the weekdays and weekends the bus service time was different. Campus bus services did not provide any transfer service to the public bus. However, the campus bus service was fare free system; no passengers had to pay bus fare. All buses were equipped with wheel chair ramp for disabled passengers. The transit system also provided night service which normally operated from 10 pm to 3 am. The website used ‘DoubleMap’ application which is on-line bus tracking system that provided real time information of the bus on the selected routes.
Baylor University (2014) provided a campus bus system running the service at no riding cost. The daily bus service operated every 15 minutes in blue route and every 7.5 minutes in red route from 7 am to 5:25 pm through Monday to Friday. For other hours, routes was operating every 20 minutes from 6.30 pm to 1.30 am through Monday to Thursday. The transit service was also offering free ride from Baylor to downtown Waco on Friday night starting at 8.30 pm to 2.30 am. This transit service also provided online bus tracking system that had information system for the location of arriving bus and estimated arrival time through the GPS system installed in the Baylor University shuttles.
University of Cincinnati (UC, 2014) transportation service was managing two transit services namely the Bearcats
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