Lynchburg, VA - Liberty University may not be ending their contract with the Greater Lynchburg Transit Company after all.
The school announced last month that they were going to use their own busing service instead of GLTC. But now, they might change their minds.
LU officials say they're concerned the GLTC budget issues would make them pay more for their contract.
So, if GLTC can keep the cost within 10 % of what LU would have to pay for their own busing service, they'll renew their contract.
"We're cost effective in the services that we provide because those actually get passed on to our students so anything that we can save…our students are the benefactor of it," said Neil Askew, the executive vice president of LU.
LU has extended their contract for 60 days and are waiting for an answer from GLTC officials.