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One Lane of a Section of Gregg Avenue Will be Closed from Feb. 16-March 4
The southbound lane of Gregg Avenue between Maple Street and Reagan Street will be closed to traffic from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day.
VeoRide Bikeshare Program Adds 150 New E-Assist Bikes
VeoRide' s University of Arkansas and Fayetteville program, the state's largest bikeshare, is tripling its fleet of e-assist bikes due to high customer demand.
Transit and Parking Has New Promotion, New Maps, Added Website
The Transit and Parking Department has several endeavors in the works to better connect with students and employees with information about the transit system and parking options.
Head of Razorback Transit to Increase Presence With Transportation at State Level
Adam Waddell, associate director of the U of A Transit and Parking Department, has been appointed a member of the Arkansas Public Transportation Council.
U of A and City of Fayetteville Launch VeoRide Bike Share System Sept. 19
The campus and community are invited to learn about the service and ride the new bikes at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 19, at the Fulbright Peace Fountain.
Lecture on Energy and How Arkansas Can Make a Difference
Alumnus John Waters, president of Waters & Associates, will offer a lecture at 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14, in MEEG 217 about energy and the path toward sustainability.
Civil Engineering Graduate Student Honored for Research on Freight Modeling
Taslima Akter, a doctoral candidate in civil engineering, was honored by the Institute of Transportation Engineers for her work to better understand freight-truck traffic impacts in Arkansas and beyond.
Improved Bus Options Begin on Aug. 20
Razorback Transit and Ozark Regional Transit will collaborate to provide improved free transportation options in Fayetteville.
Doctoral Student Aims to Improve Arkansas Roads with Coal Byproduct
Casey Jones, a doctoral student in civil engineering, will present his research into fly ash as an alternative to cement used in construction of concrete highways.