UTSA shuttle bus with new signage
New electronic signs to enhance UTSA shuttles
By Jane Wilcox
Director of Business Auxiliary Services
(Feb. 16, 2009)--The Transportation Services division of UTSA Business Auxiliary Services has identified initiatives that will enhance the shuttle system. The first of these initiatives is electronic signage on UTSA buses.
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Digital signs will be installed on each of the shuttle buses over the next few weeks, replacing the difficult-to-read corplast signs that currently identify the bus routes. This measure will assist riders with an easier way to determine which bus serves each of the routes.
Other possible initiatives might include enhanced shuttle maps that are expanded to include maps to the off-campus apartments, a pilot program for approved UTSA department advertising on the inside of the buses and collaboration with the athletics department to brand the buses with the new Roadrunner logo.
For more information, call UTSA Business Auxiliary Services at (210) 458-4003.