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Modified Shelter-in-Place Order Allows Bicycle Shops, Some Social Services to Resume

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Humboldt County’s Joint Information Center sent out a press release this afternoon clarifying how Gov. Gavin Newsom’s modified stay-at-home order changes things here in Humboldt. (Spoiler alert: not much.)

The modified order allows some real estate work to resume, bicycle shops to re-open and faith based social services to resume, all as “essential” activities. It also clarifies what types of outdoor recreation are allowable, while still practicing social distancing with everyone who is not a member of your household.

Check out the full press release below.

May 1, 2020 – Statewide Stay-at-Home Order Updated: Most Activities Already Allowed in Humboldt
707-441-5000 ; covidinfo@co.humboldt.ca.us ; Monday-Friday 8am to 7pm ; Saturday 10am to 5pm Opens in new window
California Governor Gavin Newsom further clarified the state’s Stay-at-Home Order in a series of posts and statements yesterday, though many of the activities mentioned are already allowed in Humboldt

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Home – Access Services

Your Safety Is Our Priority. In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Access has taken several proactive measures to help safeguard your health while taking Access, including No Share-Rides and Enhanced Vehicle Cleaning.

To ensure the health and safety of our employees and riders, we are asking that you DO NOT schedule a trip using Access if you have been confirmed to have COVID-19, or are going to a facility to be tested for COVID-19.
Riders are encouraged to follow the Los Angeles County Safer at Home Emergency Order. If you must travel, please follow these guidelines:
• Cover your face while riding Access
• Do not use Access if you are sick
• Cover your coughs and sneezes
• Wash hands frequently with soap and warm water, or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

Starting Monday, May 4th, Access will begin offering limited same day service. For further

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Transportation Services – Capital Transportation

Letter from the President & CEO


Welcome to Capital Transportation, Inc.  Our goal of becoming a Central Ohio leader in ground transportation has taken us to new heights.  The employees at Capital Transportation work hard every day to provide the safest, most reliable, cost-effective service in the industry. 

In 1997, I purchased a small transportation entity with a hand full of employees, a couple of vehicles, and a dream of building a successful transportation company.  With the help of some very passionate employees over the past 12 years, we have grown our business into a very successful operation.

We are blessed by the fact that during difficult economic times in 2009 and early 2010, our business continues to show strong growth.  Service utilization has increased dramatically, the number of routes we manage continues to show double-digit growth annually, and our customer satisfaction and on-time performance metrics continue to

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EKU Parking And Transportation Services | Parking

Temporary Shuttle Schedule for COVID-19 closure:

 

***4/3/20 Update: Beginning 4/4/20 a shuttle will no longer be running due to Stratton Cafe closing.***

 

Beginning today the shuttle will only be picking up and dropping off at Grand Campus and Stratton Building from 9:00AM – 7:00PM. Please visit the following link to download the transit app to see its locations:

https://parking.eku.edu/events/eku-parking-and-transportation-services-excited-announce-new-big-e-transit-app

 

 

We provide parking and transportation services to Eastern Kentucky University, students, faculty, staff, and guests. 

You’ll find our site packed with useful information that will hopefully address most, if not all, of your parking and transportation questions. If you cannot find the answers you’re looking for within this website, please feel free to contact us by phone at (859) 622-7275 or by email.

All visitors are required to register vehicles to park on campus. Visitor parking is available at no cost online or in the Parking Office, located in Commonwealth Hall

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Bike registry services merge as Project 529 buys National Bike Registry

PORTLAND, Ore. (BRAIN) — The online bike registry platform Project 529 has acquired the National Bike Registry and is integrating the two programs, which have nearly 400,000 bikes in their combined registries.

The company said the merger will give law enforcement, universities, cyclists and independent bicycle dealers tools to recover and return stolen bikes.

The National Bike Registry was launched in 1984 and later pioneered the concept of an online bicycle registration database that is accessible by law enforcement agencies across North America. The Registry has been used by more than 2,000 law enforcement agencies.

“We’re very happy to pass the baton to the team at Project 529 to attack the bicycle theft epidemic,” said Eddie Orton, who has sponsored the NBR effort for over two decades. “The passion and capabilities of the team at 529 will be able to take our work to the next level and better serve

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Pupil Transportation Services : NYSED :


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The
State Education Department has oversight responsibility for school district
provision of pupil transportation services to resident pupils attending public
and nonpublic schools. Approximately 2.3 million pupils, or ten percent of
the nation’s pupils, are transported to school each day. One-third of these students are transported on district owned buses, one-third ride contracted buses, and one-third of our students utilize public transportation. The 2016-17 statewide
cost of services is approximately $2.8 billion with state aid of $1.7 billion.
The Department processes 5,000 contracts and extensions annually
for the delivery of services by private contractors to over 480 school districts.

The Department also has jurisdiction over the qualifications for hiring school
bus drivers, monitors and attendants for 50,000 buses statewide.  It has established in regulation specific
safety training requirements which help insure safe transportation for all pupils.
The Department administers the School Bus Driver Safety Training Program

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Transportation & Parking Services | Transportation & Parking Services

Supporting Sustainable Practices

We proudly support UMD’s efforts toward creating a sustainable environment by providing programs motivated to reduce the amount of driving to campus. Like most institutions, we only offer a limited number of parking spaces, which then demands alternative modes to get to campus. 

We collaborate with the Duluth Transportation Authority (DTA) to ensure the feasibility of taking the DTA bus around the city, which is an option many students, faculty, and staff utilize each semester. 

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Discover more sustainable transportation programs available! 

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Purchasing your Parking Pass

Interested in purchasing a parking pass for campus? Whether you’re a student, faculty/staff, or a visitor there are a variety of parking options.

UMD Parking & Transportation Study

A comprehensive parking and transportation study was conducted for the UMD campus by SRF Consulting Group, Inc. in 2015. The purpose of the study was to provide a complete review and analysis

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UCI Transportation and Distribution Services







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Transportation and Distribution Services (T&DS) provides a wide variety of resources for the UCI community including campus maps, parking information, and sustainable commute solutions for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and savings on travel costs. Our team also manages traffic signal systems, campus fleet, mail and long-term storage services, passport and document scanning, and so much more. We hope you will take a moment to learn more about our quality programs by exploring this website.


Please consider sharing your experiences by taking our brief survey. We appreciate your feedback

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Bicycle Parking & Security | Transportation Services

Bicycle Parking & Security

Campus Bicycle Parking

Bicycles may park only in designated parking areas. With so many bicycles on campus, parking regulations are strictly enforced. Illegally parked bicycles, those that are not parked at designated bicycle racks, create problems and inconvenience for people, damage property, and generally constitute a hazard. If you do not park your bicycle in a designated bicycle rack, it may be impounded and you will be charged a fine.

Some residence halls allow students to store bikes in their assigned room. Check with your RA for further information. Staff and faculty members may be able to park their bicycles in their office or other assigned workspace with the permission of their department chairperson. Bicycle lockers are also available for rent in four campus locations. Contact the Transportation Services for information on fees and availability.

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Transportation Services

Safe, reliable bus transportation is provided for students to help ensure punctual and responsible school attendance. Approximately 31,500 students are transported by public school buses daily. The average daily distance covered by the 380 school buses totalled 29,000 miles.

Families

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Contact the Transportation Department at 985-898-3373 from 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or email transportation@stpsb.org.

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Join Our Transportation Team

We are looking for qualified bus owner/operators to join our team. This is a nine-month position with a base salary of $24,950 plus operational expenses. A CDL and 30-hour pre-service is required. For more information about minimum qualifications, training requirements and available positions, contact the Transportation Department at 985-809-2605.

Contact Us

For additional information about school bus transportation call 985-898-3373 from 8:30 a.m.-

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