- Sustainability at SCU
- Campus Operations
Santa Clara University's transportation demand management (TDM) programs and policies are geared toward reducing single-occupancy vehicles travelling to and from campus. A recent campus study found constructing and maintaining a new parking garage could cost over $38,000 per parking space. We believe that investing in TDM programs will improve transportation efficiency for all Santa Clara University students, faculty, and staff. We are constantly exploring new incentives and programs to help the University avoid additional costs while reducing our transportation-related greenhouse gas emissions. For more information about Santa Clara University's transportation services, please visit the Transporation Services website.
Learn more about how SCU's parking policies can help the University achieve its climate neutrality goals while withstanding the simultaneous expansion of the geographic area and population of the campus.
一道本不卡免费高清Santa Clara has partnered with Zipcar to expand transportation opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and community members. After enrolling in the program on , participants can choose to reserve a Toyota Prius, Scion xB, or Honda Insight. Most vehicles are available for use 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There are five vehicles located in the Mission lot and eight located in the Accolti lot.
Transportation Demand Management Plan Task Force
This Task Force is developing a Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Plan that enables the University to achieve its commute-related carbon neutrality goals by 2029 withstanding the simultaneous expansion of the geographic area and population of the campus.
Millie Kenney, Transportation Services
Cara Uy, Center for Sustainability Coordinator
Laura Ceja, Transportation Services
[Seat vacancy], Human Resources
C.J. Gabbe, Environmental Studies & Sciences Faculty
Helen Kassa, Undergraduate Student, Associated Student Government
Andrew Ishak, Parking and Transportation Committee, Communication Faculty
Eric Hagle, Graduate Student, Law
John Veargason, Planning and Projects
Suds Jain, Planning Commission, City of Santa Clara
John Davidson, Senior Planner, City of Santa Clara
Debby Fernandez, Associate Planner, City of Sant Clara
Calyn Hart, CivicSpark Fellow, City of Santa Clara