Join students, faculty and staff during the annual winter Bike to Work Day on Dec. 13.
After years planning so that major city streets would not be in gridlock on the day of a Ram home game, the first two games point to a transportation success.
Whether you are a seasoned cyclist, or thinking about trying a two-wheeled commute for the first time, there are a variety of opportunities on campus
Find out where to go and how to get there with the special Commencement layer of the interactive campus map.
CSU is offering benefits-eligible employees a new way to save on commuting to work with a pre-tax commuter transit account, and Human Resources is kicking off a new green initiative this month to let employees go paperless for their W-2 and other payroll information.
Campus construction building up, not out, to create and preserve the unique CSU experience.
Faculty and staff 50 years and older can get Back on the Bike, thanks to a Kaiser Permanente grant. The grant, awarded to Parking and Transportation Services, supports a program to help faculty and staff become more comfortable riding a bike to work. The program, Back on the Bike, is now seeking participants for sessions starting the fall semester. The program, geared toward engaging more people in active transportation and physical activity, helps CSU employees who want to bike to work assess their health, tune up their bike, get safety gear, and learn tricks to travel in traffic and overcome other safety or comfort obstacles through personalized travel training. To qualify, faculty and staff must be at least 50 years old, live within a Fort Collins zip code, and want to commute by bicycle. Training helps with health, safety concerns Back on the Bike will offer faculty and staff travel training programs including: