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Penn President Amy Gutmann introduces Climate Action Plan 2.0, which serves as Penn’s blueprint for environmental excellence.

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Apr 15,2010

PhillyCarShare has introduced its new Keystone Plan especially designed for individuals who don't need a vehicle often but still want the convenience of car sharing....Read more »

Mar 24,2010

Vanessa Martinez, The Daily Pennsylvanian -- Last week, PhillyCarShare — a company that rents cars to insured drivers over the age of 19 — announced that it will offer a new rate plan...Read more »

Feb 2,2010

Business Services’ Transportation and Parking Department launched a Commuter Survey in conjunction with its annual Parking Survey for the first time this past fall.

Business Services’...Read more »

Dec 7,2009

Tuesday, November 3, gave Penn commuters a severe case of the Mondays, as thousands of University students and staff members awoke to learn the news of a strike that had been called by the leaders...Read more »

Oct 21,2009

Calder Silcox, The Daily Pennsylvanian -- Philadelphia cyclists are showing the true potential of pedal power — and the University is encouraging this trend on campus as well. According...Read more »

Oct 8,2009

With the addition of new bike parking corrals, bike lanes and safety instruction, Penn is renewing its commitment to creating a haven for members of the biking community. Ample bike parking...Read more »

Jun 1,2009

Penn has been designated as one of the Best Workplaces for Commuters by the National Center for Transit Research (NCTR) at the University of South Florida for meeting the Environmental Protection...Read more »

Oct 8,2008

"I think that there's no one size solution fits everybody so that's what this fair is all about is to say 'let's find something that fits your needs."
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Feb 1,2008

"The nonprofit was founded by five people to make getting around without a car easier. They hoped that doing that would reduce car ownership, thereby forcing people to drive less and benefiting...Read more »

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The 2014 Power Down Challenge resulted in a combined savings of over 35,000 kWh across campus –enough to power 3.3 homes’ electricity for one year.

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