The University’s Transport and Parking Office has launched its 2013 Travel Survey.
Students and staff travelling to University by bike are being urged to be vigilant when it comes to locking up their bikes.
Staff and students are invited to a series of roadshows offering information about different forms of sustainable travel at the University of Edinburgh from the 5 December.
Construction work will start at the Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine in January 2013. Travel arrangements will be affected for many University staff and students based at this location.
A series of roadshows offering free bike lights and information and advice for cyclists and motorists will tour University of Edinburgh and NHS buildings from 25 October.
As the clocks go back, staff and students across the University are being invited to learn more about cycling at a series of cycle roadshows at Kings Buildings and one in the Central Area.
As part of National Liftshare Week there will be a Tripshare matchmaking event at the Roslin Institute on Friday 5th October 2012.
A new campaign to make Edinburgh's streets safer for cyclists is to be launched in April. Streets Ahead, the city’s road safety partnership is running a series of roadshows at various University locations as part of a major road safety campaign aimed at increasing awareness for rules of the road, and encouraging respect among road users.
A two-week trip to South America’s largest country has enabled four Edinburgh students to discover Brazil for themselves.
The University has published its Social Responsibility and Sustainability Highlights 2010/2011 Report, building upon the achievements showcased in our first review.
Companies could cut emissions and save millions of pounds by replacing business travel with virtual meetings.
To mark October’s national Liftshare Week, the University is encouraging staff to team up with colleagues for their daily commute.
Set a new goal for 2011! Get active by taking part in the ‘A Better Way to Work’ Challenge, a free competition to encourage people in Edinburgh to find a better, more sustainable way to work between 7-27th February.
The University’s car-sharing scheme could offer staff a way to beat fuel price increases.
The University now has 860 Tripshare Members. Find out how you can reduce the cost of car travel.
This article was published on Jun 24, 2011