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Metro bike share program coming to campus

Jul. 30, 2012—[Originally published by myVU] Nashville is expanding its bike-share program to include a fee-based, automated kiosk system called Nashville B-cycle, and two kiosks will be located on the Vanderbilt campus – one at the corner of 21st Avenue South and Terrace Place, and the other in the park near the intersection of Medical Center Drive...

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Celebrate the Tour de Nash on May 19

May. 9, 2012—On Saturday, May 19, Walk/Bike Nashville’s signature event, the Tour de Nash highlights the new Music City Bikeway. As Nashville’s largest organized bicycle ride, the eighth annual Tour de Nash provides an opportunity to get out and get active, introducing residents of Nashville to our city’s growing network of bike lanes and greenways. “The Tour...

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New Weekday Bus Service for Madison, Lakewood Communities

May. 3, 2012—Weekday service on two new lines –Route 27 Old Hickory and Route 36X Madison Express – begins Monday, April 30. Route 27 Old Hickory will provide weekday service in Old Hickory via Lakewood. Also, a new route in Madison – Route 36X Madison Express – will offer express travel between Madison and downtown Nashville. New...

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SHADE GROWN: An evening of environmental poetry, spoken word, songs, comedy and short performances

Mar. 26, 2012—SHADE GROWN: An evening of environmental poetry, spoken word, songs, comedy and short performances. Wednesday, April 18 5:00-7:00 pm Commons Center Dining Hall In celebration of Earth Day, the Sustainability and Environmental Management Office (SEMO), in partnership with Vanderbilt Dining Services and the Vanderbilt Institute for Coffee Studies, will host “Shade Grown”, a coffee house...

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April 18 Green Bag Luncheon to introduce community to sustainability discussion group

Mar. 23, 2012—The Sustainability and Environmental Management Office (SEMO) and the American Studies Sustainability Project will sponsor the eighth and final installment of the Green Bag Luncheon Series on Wednesday, April 18 from noon to 1 pm in Sarratt 189. Join Rebecca Selove (Peabody ’84) and her husband John Patrick, Northwest Earth Institute (NWEI) Ambassadors, for an...

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Vanderbilt Ventures awards re{cycle}, brings bike rental to campus

Jan. 31, 2012—[Originally featured on InsideVandy] by Camille Parker Biking as a means of transportation on campus and around Nashville will now be more accessible to students through a new on-campus bicycle rental business. Starting in mid-March, re{cycle} will offer all undergraduates daily bicycle rental for $10 a day, payable on the Commodore Card. Re{cycle}, a student-led...

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RTA increases fare for five bus routes

Jan. 4, 2012—[Originally published by Vanderbilt News and Communications] Effective Jan. 6, 2012, rates will increase for five RTA bus routes: Route 89X Springfield/ Joelton Express Route 91X Franklin/ Brentwood Express Route 92X Gallatin/ Hendersonville Express Route 95X Spring Hill Express Route 96X Nashville/ Murfreesboro Relax & Ride Regular fare (one way) is $4 and not sold...

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WeCar vehicle sharing program comes to campus

Nov. 26, 2011—by Vanderbilt News and Communications The Office of Traffic & Parking announced the addition of a new car sharing program to Vanderbilt’s campus as of Nov. 22, 2011. In order to give faculty, staff and students more choices, WeCar, a division of Enterprise, now has five vehicles on campus. One vehicle each is located in...

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Law professor sees progress where environmental and economic good meets

Nov. 18, 2011—by Amy Wolf [Article originally published in Vanderbilt View] Environmental law and property law expert J.B. Ruhl said he considers himself part of the “radical middle” when it comes to helping craft solutions to controversial environmental issues. “Sometimes you need to take an environmental good and pair it up with an economic good to get...

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Fifteen ways to go green this holiday season

Nov. 17, 2011—by Liz Entman, Vanderbilt University News and Communications The holiday season is traditionally a time of plenty, but it can also be a time of excess. The average American household generates 25 percent more trash during the holiday season. And who has never thrown away freezer-burnt leftovers because nobody got around to eating them? Add...

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