B&F Supports Alternative Transportation Efforts


Walking to work has many perks for Kevin Hegarty—one highlight is the opportunity to get some fresh air and exercise before the start of his busy day.

Joining a vanpool is a great way to save money, be sustainable, and build a sense of community, like these vanpool riders coming from Brighton. (Nancy DeMarco, Janelle Cramer, Robert Pelcher, Diane Peck, Rahul Rattan and Barbara Stevens)

The Brighton vanpool members enjoy a lower-stress commute together.

Wish you had a reserved parking spot? With an official U-M vanpool, you could! Learn more at http://ltp.umich.edu/alt-trans/vanpools.php

Riding U-M buses is free, convenient, and supports the U-M sustainability goal to reduce carbon emissions from passenger transportation.

Kevin Morgan, manager of The Office of Campus Sustainability Energy Management Program, is a regular bike commuter, setting a great example of sustainability.

Bicycle lockers add a perk for U-M bike commuters–besides being active, being sustainable, and saving money, that is!


To learn more, visit the Logistics, Transportation, and Parking Alternative Transportation website.