High Gas Prices Stories

High Mass Transit an Option for Commuting Students

Friday, May 12, 2006

The parking hassles that plague this campus have been exacerbated by recent construction. Traffic, vehicle maintenance, insurance, the expense of parking permits, the high price of gas and the difficulty of finding a parking space all contribute to the frustration students sometimes feel when faced with the daily problem of getting to class on time. Fortunately, there is another way to get to school: mass transit, specifically the Glendale Beeline or the Los Angeles Metro.

Students Feel Bite of Gas Hikes

Friday, May 12, 2006

With gasoline prices on the rise nationwide, averaging at about $3.25 a gallon, many students are starting to feel the blunt reality of an energy crisis.

High Gas Prices Hit Students Hard

Friday, March 19, 2004

Do not be surprised to see cars lining up to pay $3 a gallon at gas stations this summer.

Buses Provide an Alternative to Driving

November 5, 2004

For some students it’s not about not having a car. For others who take the bus to school the reason is the rising cost of gas, the expense of the parking permit or the frustration of finding a parking spot.