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What we’re doing
Introduced a campus bike borrowing program. Now offered through Recreation Services.
Electrical vehicle charging stations are now available in lots G1, N, and V.
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Rideshare tool to search for carpool and driving partners.
Carpool permit holders share driving and have access to a premium parking space on campus.
PTS drives a low emitting, fuel-efficient vehicle.
My Parking Account reduces paper use. (Purchase permit, pay citations, appeal and review account).
Zipcar car sharing program.
Supported Special Event & Recreation Center (SERC) construction project for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) requirements— with no parking spaces added.
Parking attendants encouraged to patrol utilizing the bike donated by University Police.
Co-sponsor Annual Walk Bike Event - campus and village community give cars a rest and walk/bike to their designation.
Pay Stations are solar powered and have a battery saving sleep mode.
Parking lot greeters deter vehicular backup and idling by directing to open spaces.
Sponsored a landscape day where volunteers spruced up the landscaping at the Conrad Welcome Center.
Promote healthy living— staff is participates in the annual campus Eat Well, Live Well campaign.
Communications are emailed instead of using paper, goal to go paperless.
Rechargeable batteries in handhelds, printers and office equipment.
Computers shut down when not in use.
Recycle paper, bottles, and cans.
NYS-Ride - allows employees to have pre-tax deductions made from their paycheck to reduce the out-of-pocket costs of using public transportation for their commute.
Supported Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Certification requirements for construction of the Liberal Arts building by providing reserved parking spaces for
low emitting, fuel-efficient vehicles. Vehicles with rating of 40 or higher are eligible.
What more can WE do?
What YOU can do
Share a ride with a buddy, but not your permit.
Purchase, pay, and appeal online using
My Parking Account.
Borrow a bike instead of driving.
Change light bulbs to energy efficient florescent bulbs.
Turn down the thermostat 1 degree in the winter and up 1 degree in the summer
Use power management to put computers to sleep when they are not in active use.
Buy recycled 100% post consumer waste paper, re-manufactured printer/toner cartridges, post it notes, scissors, and file folders.
Buy things in bulk to reduce packaging and waste.
Share all this information with fellow students and faculty. Knowledge is power.