To reduce transportation-generated carbon emissions and other pollutants, Wesleyan is developing strategies to travel more sustainably.
- Wesleyan's fleet now has 12 electric vehicles and many fuel-efficient vehicles. When buying new vehicles, Wesleyan prioritizes those that are electric or hybrid electric.
- In Fall 2013, Wesleyan began a partnership with CT Rides, a CT DOT program that coordinates ride matching and offers rewards to students and employees who travel sustainably.
- If you're looking for an alternative, there are lots of transportation options, whether you're looking to carpool, borrow a bike, use a Zipcar, hitch a ride via Wheeli, or take public transportation.
Bill Nelligan, SAGES Transportation Subcommittee Chair