Norman new 6 site phase II system

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3112 - Parking Enforcement may be in there somewhere but otherwise this is Animal Welfare. (units are 80s)
3290 - security at one of the hospitals
3291 - engineering at one of the hospitals (likely the same as above).
 

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3519 appears to be transit-related. *Sounds* like it's the Norman division of EMBARK and not CART.

If you aren't paying attention -- and really, why would you? -- the previous president of OU insisted that the "city routes" that the city was paying OU to run (since OU was running buses anyway) should be terminated or given to the city. The city stepped up and contracted those routes out to EMBARK, the "dba" that COTPA runs buses under. This eliminated the economies of scale that both OU and Norman had been enjoying for years and will, in some future accounting, be shown to cost both agencies more to operate on a per-passenger basis. He fired most of the landscapers, too, and now everyone complains about how ugly the campus has become. But he "did what had to be done". Or something.

Regardless, two different transit systems now. And I *think* 3519 is the Norman part.
 

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