Commuting analysis team exploring options beyond driving

By: 
Adam Fisher, Sustainability Communications
Release Date: 
3/30/2020

For three-quarters of U-M staff and faculty, the daily commute begins and ends with the turning of a car key. But from a carbon impact perspective, the effects of a commute are a product of more than a single car trip.

In support of the President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality, an analysis team of students and faculty is examining commuting trends at U-M, with the goal of reducing vehicle miles traveled.

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