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Did you know? Ride to work at Vanderbilt for free on an MTA bus

March 3, 2014 — [Originally posted by MyVU] All full-time Vanderbilt employees, graduate students and Vanderbilt University Medical Center volunteers are eligible to ride to and from work for free on an MTA bus. Simply swipe your ID card upon boarding the bus. The ID should be used only for rides to and from work. Contractors, former employees and...... KEEP READING »

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Amp would increase alternative transportation options to and from campus

December 16, 2013 — [Originally posted by MyVU] The Vanderbilt community may soon have a new transit option for traveling to and from campus. The proposed bus rapid transit (BRT) system, called the Amp, would increase the number of alternative transportation modes already available to staff, faculty and students. By 2016, the number of cars that travel on the...... KEEP READING »

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Amp Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project gets green light for funding from FTA

August 13, 2013 — [Originally published by Nashville MTA] The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has given the green light to officials at the Nashville Metro Transit Authority (MTA) on their quest to pursue federal funding for Nashville Mayor Karl Dean’s proposed Amp Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project, which will connect East and West Nashville. MTA was notified late last...... KEEP READING »

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MTA offers special Music City Star train tickets to Wilson County Fair August 17-24

July 16, 2013 — [Originally published by Music City Star News] The Music City Star will provide train service to the Wilson County Fair on Saturday, August 17th and Saturday, August 24th. An allotment of 400 tickets will be available to the general public for each day. Cost is $20 for ages 13 and older, $15 for ages 6-12,...... KEEP READING »

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Enterprise CarShare offers new transportation option on campus

June 12, 2013 — [Originally posted by MyVU] Using alternative transportation to get to work—such as MTA buses, the Music City Star, carpools or vanpools—helps the environment and saves you money, but it may leave you without a mode of transportation to attend a meeting, run a quick errand or grab a bite to eat during the work day....... KEEP READING »

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May 17 is National Bike to Work Day

May 15, 2013 — Celebrate Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 17. Amenities for bikers on campus include shower areas and bike racks. In addition to being a healthy and cost-effective mode of transportation, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reports that biking one mile saves almost one pound of greenhouse gas from being produced. By biking to work,...... KEEP READING »

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Clean Air Week events informed, entertained

May 7, 2013 — [Originally posted by MyVU]   Vanderbilt’s Sustainability and Environmental Management Office (SEMO) and the Clean Air Partnership of Middle Tennessee hosted a Clean Air Week scavenger hunt near Vanderbilt’s Central Library on May 1. This and other activities were held to celebrate Air Quality Awareness Week April 29–May 3. At the events, Vanderbilt employees and...... KEEP READING »

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Nashville residents, visitors taking advantage of bike sharing programs

April 15, 2013 — [Originally posted by WSMV] Reported by Jennifer Johnson Apr 12, 2013 5:54 p.m. If you’ve noticed a lot of green and red bikes around town lately, it’s not your imagination. Nashville now has two different bike sharing services that you can take advantage of, but there’s one huge difference: one’s free and the other isn’t....... KEEP READING »

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BRT for Music City: getting connected

April 1, 2013 — [Originally posted by InsideVandy] Megan Barry summed things up nicely: “We can’t lay down any more asphalt, so it’s time to actually solve the problem.” Barry, a former adjunct faculty member at Vanderbilt who currently serves as the Nashville Metro Council member at-large, was referring to the impetus for the East-West Connector, Nashville’s ambitious public...... KEEP READING »

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Infographic: Sustainability efforts creating a greener Vanderbilt

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