Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, July 22, 1980, Page 5, Image 5

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    LTD Board alters campus-area bus routes
The Lane Transit District board
approved short-term route changes in
the Laurel Hill and South University
neighborhoods last week.
‘ The board approved the minimal
route changes to limp through another
year until we redo our major service
designs,” said Paul Shinn, director of
LTD administrative services.
The route changes will take effect
Sept. 28 and continue through the sum
Art museum
will feature
photo show
Black-and-white photographs
by two well-known American
photographers are on display
through Aug. 10 in the Pho
tography at Oregon Gallery at
the University Museum of Art.
The pnotographs by the late
Wynn Bullock and Paul Caponi
gro are from the museum's
permanent collection.
Ben Kerns, the museum's
photo gallery committee
chairer, says Bullock and
Caponigro “are among the
great photographers of the
century.”
Bullock was a photographer
for more than 40 years. His early
works were of nature and il
lustrate the passage of time.
Caponigro’s photographs are
similar to Bullock's. Both artists
used photography as a way to
interact with nature.
In addition to the Bullock
Caponigro show, works by liv
ing Northwest artists will be
shown in the museum's main
galleries. Works include prints,
photographs, paintings and
sculptures by artists living in
Oregon and Washington.
The museum is open to the
public free of charge from noon
to 5 p.m. daily except Mondays.
For more information call
686-3027.
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mer of 1981. Planning for major service
revisions, scheduled to take effect next
summer, will start next month, Shinn
said.
"After 10 years it's to the point that we
aren’t sure this (the current route sys
tem) is the way to run the system
anymore," Shinn said.
The route changes and major revisions
are not related to LTD’s recent fare in
crease from 35 to 60 cents. Many of the
current routes were designed five or six
years ago, and heavier traffic and in
creased ridership have slowed bus
schedules, Shinn explained.
The route changes for Sept. 28 will
affect the No. 29 Laurel Hill route, which
will split into two routes.
The added route, called Fairmount.
will give South University neighborhood
residents more direct downtown service,
bypassing Laurel Hill Road.
The new Laurel Hill route will follow a
more direct line from Laurel Hill to the
University.
"There is a lot of staff in the Laurel Hill
neighborhood, and it was driving them
nuts to go through South University and
downtown just to get to the University,”
Shinn said.
LTD hopes the changes also will in
crease ridership in the area, he said. For
information on exactly where the buses
will run beginning Sept. 28, riders can
call the LTD offices.
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