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Transportation Center

Transportation Center

Minimizing traffic and pollution in and around campus.

Students, faculty and staff at DU are encouraged to drive less and take alternative forms of transportation whenever possible. Transportation Solutions, a local nonprofit transportation management association, runs the Transportation Center on campus to bring you biking, walking, transit, carpool, and car share resources. When fewer people drive to DU alone, we reduce our carbon footprint and make the air cleaner for everyone.

My Way to Go: Helping you get around -- any way you want to go!

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My Way to Go is a new, regional transportation tool that can help you find biking, walking, transit, and car/vanpool options to get you to your destination.

Interested in the option with the smallest carbon footprint? You can find that out. How about the option that will burn the most calories? You can find that too. You can even see the cost of driving to see how much you can save by trying another option. Sign up to track your trips and watch the carbon and dollar savings stack up.

Tracking your trips will not only provide you with real-time information about your environmental impacts, miles not driven and cost-savings, it also helps the Transportation Center and DU track effectiveness of commuter programs, as well as the contributions of My Way to Go toward campus sustainability efforts.

To join My Way to Go:

  1. Visit and click "Register" on the top right
  2. Create an account with your email address or Facebook account (be sure to select "University of Denver" as your network)
  3. When you finish, you should see a dialog box that says, "Welcome! Your account has been created and you are now logged in."

DU Transportation Committee

The DU Transportation Committee is a part of the Sustainability Council on campus. We work to advance the adoption of sustainable transportation on and around the University of Denver campus. Committee meeting times for the remainder of the 2013--2014 academic year are: January 8, February 12, March 12, April 9, May 7, and June 4 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on the second floor of Craig Hall (Mexico room or common area.) Meetings are open to anyone. Please join us if you're interested.