Colorado State University’s Parking and Transportation Services has received the Association for Commuter Transportation’s 2018 Transportation Demand Management Excellence Award for a University.
It is the latest in a string of sustainability awards for CSU. The university has received Platinum designations from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education and the League of American Bicyclists.
CSU is one of three Bicycle Platinum Universities recognized for promoting and providing a more bike-friendly campus for students, staff and visitors. The university, through Parking and Transportation Services, has also taken steps to promote alternatives to single-occupancy vehicle travel by allowing all students and employees to ride transit for free with a CSU ID.
“We are honored to recognize Colorado State University and the other recipients of ACT’s 2018 TDM Excellence Awards, recognizing them for their commitment to implementing progressive TDM programs for their employees and students,” said David Straus, ACT executive director. “The impacts of these programs improve the lives of commuters and benefit us all with more livable and sustainable communities.”
The award was accepted on Nov. 13, in Nashville, Tennessee by Dave Bradford, director of Parking and Transportation Services.
“Colorado State University is proud to receive the TDM Excellence Award,” said Aaron Fodge, alternative transportation manager. “We believe this honor reflects our dedication to grassroots collaboration across campus, strong partnerships with the City of Fort Collins, and community that cares fostering all modes of transportation. We appreciate ACT’s acknowledgement of our university.”