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It is also a good “Plan B” for any student who cannot access the library databases on their campus.
Posted in bike commuting, Great outdoors, Green living, tagged Alternative transportation, bicycles as transportation, bike commuting, bike to work, Green living, green transportation on February 11, 2013 | Leave a Comment »
Check out this winter bike commute in New York City. Pretty awesome.
Posted in bike commuting, Campus sustainability, tagged Alternative transportation, bicycles as transportation, Bicycling, bike commuting, bike to work, Campus sustainability, colleges and universities, green transportation on January 28, 2013 | 1 Comment »
The college has a 30-year-old bicycle parking policy that says no bikes in the middle part of the campus. Is that bike friendly? It certainly does not encourage sustainable transportation or healthy lifestyle. The bike racks are in the parking lot and one is next to portable classrooms. That certainly does not encourage faculty, staff or students to use bicycles as transportation.
This is what was on my bike when I parked my bike under cover on a rainy day. The bike was not in anyone’s way. The Peg Studio does not have a bike parking rack. The correct location would be the Student Services Building parking lot.
Come to the Mayfield Library and check out our “Bicycles as Transportation” exhibit.
Check out this articles about bike commuting.
Posted in bike commuting, Campus sustainability, tagged Alternative transportation, bicycles as transportation, Bicycling, bike commuting, bike to work, Campus sustainability, sustainability on October 29, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
Read what the University of Massachusetts – Amherst:
It’s through their Campus Sustainability Initiative.