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Calif. Universities to Phase Out Fleets of Large Vans

October 26, 2004

Within the next few years, 15-passenger commuter vans will be replaced on most California public university campuses, according to a report in the UCLA Daily Bruin, the campus newspaper on October 21. The replacement plan is in accordance with a California bill passed last September requiring that only those with commercial driver’s licenses be allowed to drive the vans used at all school districts, private schools, community colleges, and the California State University system, starting Jan. 1, 2005. Though the bill does not require that the University of California System adopt the regulations, the UC system schools will do so voluntarily, according to the report. Approximately 180 of the 15-passenger vans are being used throughout UCLA in the commuter vanpool program and as campus shuttles. In the next three years, UCLA will phase out the larger vans and swap them for 11-passenger vans. UC Irvine will swap the larger vans for smaller eight-passenger vans by the end of the year.
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