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    brandonpang

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    PCC and Metro

    Post  brandonpang on Mon Mar 15, 2010 1:21 am

    PCC and Metro

    The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) and Pasadena City College (PCC) unite! Metro and PCC start a new program called the Institution Pass program (I-Pass), which allows certain PCC students to ride the Metro unlimitedly for just $30. Incoming PCC students from AHS and other schools will be glad to hear of this because their transportation fee just got smaller

    The I-Pass program gives full-time PCC students enrolled in at least 12 units a chance to buy I-Pass stamps for $30, allowing them to ride the Metro buses and Rail lines everyday. The I-Pass is usable for any transportation need like work, shopping, school, or recreation. With this cheap deal for students, they can focus their money on schoolbooks, supplies, tuition, and even for having fun. Glendale City Council Member and Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation said, “It’s a fantastic bargain that every student should take advantage of in these difficult economic times.”

    This program is to encourage public transportation to reduce the need for parking structures and to discourage driving your own car to school. To make sure the program succeeds, PCC will also provide shuttle services to the Metro Gold Line. Interim Vice President Richard P. Van Pelt said, “By encouraging students to use public transportation, we will help foster a more sustainable future, and change the paradigm of single-person vehicle use among a very large segment of our population.”

    Hopefully, future PCC students from AHS will reap the benefits of this new program and successfully live a college experience with cheap transportation.


    PCC and Metro Unite!
    Metro connecting with PCC

    http://www.mta.net/news/Simple_PR/I-Pass_students_transit_fares/

    nancyxiao

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    Re: PCC and Metro

    Post  nancyxiao on Tue Mar 16, 2010 5:55 pm

    PCC and Metro

    The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) and Pasadena City College (PCC) unite! Metro and PCC start a new program called the Institution Pass program (I-Pass), which allows certain PCC students to ride the Metro unlimitedly [an unlimited amount of times] for just $30. Incoming PCC students from AHS and other schools will be glad to hear of this because their transportation fee just got smaller [cheaper.]

    The I-Pass program gives full-time PCC students enrolled in at least 12 units a chance to buy I-Pass stamps for $30, allowing them to ride the Metro buses and Rail lines everyday. The I-Pass is usable for any transportation need like work, shopping, school, or recreation. With this cheap deal for students, they can focus their money on schoolbooks, supplies, tuition, and even for [on] having fun. Glendale City Council Member and Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation [Name?] said, “It’s a fantastic bargain that every student should take advantage of in these difficult economic times.”

    This program is to encourage public transportation to reduce the need for parking structures and to discourage driving your own car to school. To make sure the program succeeds, PCC will also provide shuttle services to the Metro Gold Line. Interim Vice President Richard P. Van Pelt said, “By encouraging students to use public transportation, we will help foster a more sustainable future, and change the paradigm of single-person vehicle use among a very large segment of our population.”

    Hopefully, future PCC students from AHS will reap the benefits of this new program and successfully live a college experience with cheap transportation.


    PCC and Metro Unite!
    Metro connecting with PCC

    http://www.mta.net/news/Simple_PR/I-Pass_students_transit_fares/

    brandonpang

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    Join date : 2010-01-29

    Re: PCC and Metro

    Post  brandonpang on Wed Mar 17, 2010 12:22 am

    PCC and Metro combining:

    The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) and Pasadena City College (PCC) unite! Metro and PCC have started a new program called the Institution Pass program (I-Pass), which allows certain PCC students to ride the Metro an unlimited amount of times for just $30. Incoming PCC students from AHS and other schools will be glad to hear of this because their transportation fee just got cheaper.

    The I-Pass program gives full-time PCC students enrolled in at least 12 units a chance to buy I-Pass stamps, allowing them to ride the Metro buses and Rail lines everyday. The I-Pass is usable for any transportation need like work, shopping, school, or recreation. With this cheap deal for students, they can focus their money on schoolbooks, supplies, tuition, and even on having fun. Glendale City Council Member and Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board Chair Ara Najarian said, “It’s a fantastic bargain that every student should take advantage of in these difficult economic times.”

    This program is to encourage public transportation to reduce the need for parking structures and to discourage students driving their own cars to school. To make sure the program succeeds, PCC will also provide shuttle services to the Metro Gold Line. If the program proves to be successful, the I-Pass program will invite Foothill Transit and Pasadena ARTS to join the program. Interim Vice President of Administrative Services at PCC Richard P. Van Pelt said, “By encouraging students to use public transportation, we will help foster a more sustainable future, and change the paradigm of single-person vehicle use among a very large segment of our population.”

    AHS students like freshman Andrew Kwok believes that “current and future PCC students [should] use their pass to travel freely within the LA area, which will help the environment and their wallet.” Hopefully, future PCC students will follow this advice, reap the benefits of this new program, and successfully live a college experience with cheap transportation.

    PCC and Metro Unite!
    Metro connecting with PCC

    http://www.mta.net/news/Simple_PR/I-Pass_students_transit_fares/

    nancyxiao

    Posts : 170
    Join date : 2009-08-31

    Re: PCC and Metro

    Post  nancyxiao on Wed Mar 17, 2010 1:26 am

    PCC and Metro combining:

    The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) and Pasadena City College (PCC) unite! Metro and PCC have started a new program called the Institution Pass program (I-Pass), which allows certain PCC students to ride the Metro an unlimited amount of times for just $30. Incoming PCC students from AHS and other schools will be glad to hear of this because their transportation fee just got cheaper.

    The I-Pass program gives full-time PCC students enrolled in at least 12 units a chance to buy I-Pass stamps, allowing them to ride the Metro buses and Rail lines everyday [every day]. The I-Pass is usable for any transportation need like [any and all transportation needs, such as] work, shopping, school, or recreation. With this cheap deal for students, they can focus their money on schoolbooks, supplies, tuition, and even on having fun. Glendale City Council Member and Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board Chair Ara Najarian said, “It’s a fantastic bargain that every student should take advantage of in these difficult economic times.”

    This program is to encourage public transportation to reduce the need for parking structures and to discourage students [insert "from"] driving their own cars to school. To make sure the program succeeds, PCC will also provide shuttle services to the Metro Gold Line. If the program proves to be successful, the I-Pass program will invite Foothill Transit and Pasadena ARTS to join the program. Interim Vice President of Administrative Services at PCC Richard P. Van Pelt said, “By encouraging students to use public transportation, we will help foster a more sustainable future, and change the paradigm of single-person vehicle use among a very large segment of our population.”

    AHS students like freshman Andrew Kwok believes [believe] that “current and future PCC students [should] use their pass [passes] to travel freely within the LA area, which will help the environment and their wallet.” Hopefully, future PCC students will follow this advice, reap the benefits of this new program, and successfully live a college experience with cheap transportation.

    PCC and Metro Unite!
    Metro connecting with PCC

    http://www.mta.net/news/Simple_PR/I-Pass_students_transit_fares/

    brandonpang

    Posts : 19
    Join date : 2010-01-29

    Re: PCC and Metro

    Post  brandonpang on Wed Mar 17, 2010 2:09 pm

    PCC and Metro combining:

    The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) and Pasadena City College (PCC) unite! Metro and PCC have started a new program called the Institution Pass program (I-Pass), which allows certain PCC students to ride the Metro an unlimited amount of times for just $30. Incoming PCC students from AHS and other schools will be glad to hear of this because their transportation fee just got cheaper.

    The I-Pass program gives full-time PCC students enrolled in at least 12 units a chance to buy I-Pass stamps, allowing them to ride the Metro buses and Rail lines every day. The I-Pass is usable for any and all transportation needs such as work, shopping, school, or recreation. With this cheap deal for students, they can focus their money on schoolbooks, supplies, tuition, and even on having fun. Glendale City Council Member and Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board Chair Ara Najarian said, “It’s a fantastic bargain that every student should take advantage of in these difficult economic times.”

    This program is to encourage public transportation to reduce the need for parking structures and to discourage students from driving their own cars to school. To make sure the program succeeds, PCC will also provide shuttle services to the Metro Gold Line. If the program proves to be successful, the I-Pass program will invite Foothill Transit and Pasadena ARTS to join the program. Interim Vice President of Administrative Services at PCC Richard P. Van Pelt said, “By encouraging students to use public transportation, we will help foster a more sustainable future, and change the paradigm of single-person vehicle use among a very large segment of our population.”

    AHS students like freshman Andrew Kwok believe that “current and future PCC students [should] use their pass[es] to travel freely within the LA area, which will help the environment and their wallet.” Hopefully, future PCC students will follow this advice, reap the benefits of this new program, and successfully live a college experience with cheap transportation.

    PCC and Metro Unite!
    Metro connecting with PCC

    http://www.mta.net/news/Simple_PR/I-Pass_students_transit_fares/

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