A new Marguerite shuttle launched this quarter to serve students living in the Oak Creek Apartment complex, the main source of Stanford’s off-campus housing, from… Continue Reading »
The Palo Alto City Council reached a tentative deal Wednesday night that could get the ball rolling on the University’s hospital expansion plans. If passed, the deal would allow the Stanford University Medical Center to exceed its zoning regulations in what will be the largest construction project in the city’s history.
The ASSU Undergraduate Senate heard presentations Tuesday from Parking & Transportation Services (P&TS) on proposed Marguerite changes and the Study of Undergraduate Education at Stanford (SUES). The Senate approved a bill creating the volunteer position of an economic policy consultant to serve the needs of the Senate Appropriations Committee.
Stanford’s Parking & Transportation Services (P&TS) has revised proposed changes for its Marguerite shuttle lines after receiving more than 290 comments from the campus community on an earlier proposal.
Changes are afoot for the Marguerite Shuttle system, Stanford’s free shuttle service. Several new stops have been added to the Shopping Express route and changes have been proposed for Line A, Line B and the Midnight Express.