Universities: Hubs of Car-Free Transportation

In this webinar hosted by the Coalition for More Responsible Transportation, we explore how colleges, including the University of Wisconsin-Madison, are invested in making it easier for students and staff to get around without having to drive their cars on campus.

University campuses are ready-made spaces for sustainable, multi-modal transportation in Wisconsin. In this webinar hosted by the Coalition for More Responsible Transportation, we explore how colleges, including the University of Wisconsin-Madison, are invested in making it easier for students and staff to get around without having to drive their cars on campus. Young people are already more attracted to living car-free than older generations. Car-free campus transportation can help students (and staff) form non-driving mobility habits and preferences that stick. Presenters on this webinar include UW-Madison Commuter Solutions Coordinator Mary Ebeling, UW-Madison student and WISPIRG Summer Program Associate Christina Zordani, and La Crosse MTU Transit Operations Manager Jim Krueger, Jr.