Get involved in efforts across campus to promote sustainable alternative modes of transit.
Transportation accounts for the largest amount of greenhouse gas emissions at Weber State University. Environmental Ambassadors and the Energy and Sustainability Office have been working hard to reduce emissions in this category, to help clean our air and save funds.
What We've Done
- Electric vehicle charging stations are available for use in several parking lots on campus: A1, A2, A8, and coming soon to the Dee Events Center, W10, A7, A13, and Davis Campus! Anyone with a Weber parking pass can park in these lots while they are charging.
- ALL faculty, staff, and students are eligible for a free UTA EdPass, providing free unlimited access to all Utah public transit. Use your EdPass to get around and help Weber reduce emissions!
- WSU's new electric emissions-free shuttle bus is saving the University fuel costs and helping to clean our air, and helping to achieve our 2050 carbon neutral goal.
What You Can Do
- WSU is an idle-free zone in an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Turn your key, be idle free!
- Start or join a carpool with your friends, and calculate how much money you can save using the Ride Share Online commute calculator.
- Be fit and ride your bike. Check out WSU's bike plan below to find designated bike paths and bike racks on campus.
Clear the Air Challenge
February is the Clear the Air Challenge to reduce air pollution in northern Utah. Take part in the challenge to help Weber beat other universities and win great prizes.
Walking and biking can greatly improve health as well as our local air quality and traffic. Take part in active transport to benefit from the saved gas and the extra exercise.