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Vanderbilt awarded two thousand sixteen Sustainable Transportation Award

May Nineteen, two thousand sixteen — Read the MyVU story here. Vanderbilt University is the recipient of the two thousand sixteen Sustainable Transportation Award introduced jointly by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) and the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT). Vanderbilt’s Alternative Transportation program, a collaboration of the Office of Traffic and Parking, VUMC Parking and Transportation Services, and the Sustainability. KEEP READING »

Tips for reducing your summer travel influence

June 11, two thousand fourteen — [Originally published by MyVU] Vacation season is here, and you can reduce your environmental influence with these handy, sustainable travel tips. Car travel If you are planning a road excursion this summer, you will naturally want to reduce the amount of money you spend on gas – but don’t leave behind that diminished gas usage also. KEEP READING »

Enterprise CarShare offers fresh transportation option on campus

June 12, two thousand thirteen — [Originally posted by MyVU] Using alternative transportation to get to work—such as MTA buses, the Music City Starlet, carpools or vanpools—helps the environment and saves you money, but it may leave you without a mode of transportation to attend a meeting, run a quick errand or grab a bite to eat during the work day. KEEP READING »

Zipcar provides transportation alternative on campus; get $40 credit

November 7, two thousand twelve — [Originally posted by MyVU] Need to pick up office supplies or go to a meeting? With Zipcar, you can carpool or bike to work and still have wheels when you need them during the workday. Zipcar is a car-sharing service with vehicles on and off Vanderbilt’s campus that permits you to reserve cars by the. KEEP READING »

Commuting options save money, reduce pollution

April 22, two thousand eleven — [Originally published by Vanderbilt News Service in MyVU] By Missy Pankake Almost twenty percent of the greenhouse gas emissions produced at Vanderbilt are from employees commuting to and from work. Combine that with gas prices on the rise, and many employees are exploring their commuting options. A Clean Air Fair focused on commuting was held. KEEP READING »

Save the Earth, save the air, save $$$ commuting: Find out how at the Clean Air Fair April 21

April Five, two thousand eleven — Come feast Earth Day with games, prizes and giveaways on Thursday, April 21, from eleven am to two pm in Medical Center Plaza Across from Langford Auditorium* at the first-ever Vanderbilt Clean Air Fair. This fair is a unique forum for employees and students to learn about alternative transportation and commuter choice programs and products. KEEP READING »

Green Zipcars have arrived on campus

August 31, two thousand ten — Vanderbilt is pleased to announce the arrival of two fresh “green” Zipcars on campus. The success of the campus-wide car sharing program prompted the University and Medical Center parking offices to request that two hybrid Toyota Priuses be placed in Lot 113B, located at the corner of 21st & Pierce Avenues across from the Village. KEEP READING »

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