A Saskatoon Transit bus driver has been suspended today following a confrontation with a pedestrian in the Place Riel bus loop.
When it comes to voting for anything on campus, I usually don’t give two fucks. I vote for the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union executive, yes, but I could hardly care less who wins or loses. However, I was ecstatic when I heard about the spring and summer U-Pass referendum. This was a vote in
The undergraduate referendum question for the proposed spring and summer universal bus pass, or U-Pass, has been given the green light by students’ council and the students’ union lawyer. The question asks whether or not students support the implementation of a manditory U-Pass for the spring and summer academic terms, costing $36.75 each session.
Navigating Saskatoon’s transit system is easier now than ever before. This is because CollegeMobile’s new iPhone application, Saskatoon Transit Touch & Go, which provides better access to information about the city’s bus routes and schedules, launched Oct. 2.
As the early-morning crush of buses loop through the Place Riel terminal, sleepy-eyed transit riders face their first test of the day — crossing the road. The bustle of thousands of pedestrians darting between 80 to 100 buses per hour makes the University of Saskatchewan’s transit hub a deadly accident waiting to happen.
The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union is investigating student interest in the implementation of a summer U-Pass program, similar to the universal bus pass available to undergraduates during the fall and spring sessions.