One-third of Virginia community colleges lack close public transit connections

Monday, January 09, 2023
Virginia Mercury

When schools in Virginia reopened their doors for in-person learning, public transit agencies went into overdrive to find ways to increase ridership. Among their strategies: add more stops and offer free services. Community and technical colleges should be important targets in these efforts, say some policymakers. 

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