Cold weather may limit the number of bicycle riders around campus this winter, but Parking and Transportation Services officials believe now is the time for students, staff and faculty riders to prepare for better weather ahead by following the Bike IUPUI program.
With approximately 20,000 parking spaces and 13 parking garages on the IUPUI campus, the staff of Parking and Transportation Services deals with many challenges.
Sustainability and expedience are the goals for the new To-Go program offered by Tower Dining in a partnership between Auxiliary Services and Chartwells, IUPUI's food-services provider.
The Campus Commute shuttle system has been in operation for less than a year, but it continues to offer faculty, employees, administrators and students value for their work-related travel between the IUPUI and Bloomington campuses.
Faculty, staff and students who want to take advantage of the health and financial benefits of two-wheel transportation can take a spin through two campus websites for things bicycle-related at IUPUI.
Transit Day at the Statehouse is the one day during the Indiana General Assembly session dedicated to mass transit advocacy and provides transit supporters the chance to join others from around the state to meet with their state legislators, sha >> Read More
See how our dependence on oil and other fossil fuels impacts our national security and what can be done about it. Hear from special guest speakers Mayor Ballard, Mayor Brainard and Dan Martin on their experiences. There will be free raffle >> Read More
IUPUI's Fresh Produce Market takes place from 10am-2pm on the 3rd Thursday of every month and is hosted by Chartwells at the Campus Center Food Court (first floor).
The market has a large variety of fresh >> Read More
Have you come up with a way to reduce IUPUI's environmental impact or promote campus sustainability? Submit your idea, and you could win a Greening IUPUI grant to make it happen. IUPUI dedicates a total of $50,000 annually to fund thes >> Read More