Sustainable commuters were celebrated at the 2nd Annual Bike Champions Recognition Breakfast on October 25, 2018 on College Walk at the Morningside campus.
More Columbia commuters are choosing sustainable travel options to get to and from campus, according to the results of Columbia Transportation’s 2018 Commute and Travel survey. The last time the survey was distributed in 2016, 2.8 percent of students and 16.2 percent of staff answered that they drive alone to campus. In 2018, those numbers decreased to 1.7 percent and 13.7 percent, respectively.
Check out the Fall 2018 update on Columbia University's Environmental Sustainability.
On Tuesday, October 2, Sustainable Columbia parked one of its new electric buses on College Walk to raise awareness about its initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from intercampus travel.
Facilities Operations collaborated with the Environmental Stewardship office to create new recycling and trash signage for public spaces on campus.
Electric fleets, carpool and car share incentives, and bicycle-friendly amenities help Columbia earn top performer for transportation in the 2018 Sustainable Campus Index.
Columbia Transportation earned first place in The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)'s 2018 Sustainable Campus Index.
This week during Clean + Go Green, the Columbia community came out in droves to donate.
Campus shuttle system transitions to electric buses, reducing emissions by 70%
Facilities and Operations installed new electric vehicle charging stations at 560 Riverside Drive and upgraded existing stations in the Engineering Terrace garage (ETG) and International Affairs Building (IAB) garage this year.
You may have heard that Columbia is plugging into the future of transportation. This week, the University integrated six new battery-electric buses into its campus shuttle network.
There's a new bike share promotion for the Columbia community this spring.